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Consulting Services

header9The challenges facing manufacturing companies are growing ever larger and more complex. From increasing cost pressures, shortening delivery deadlines, growing globalisation and the fulfilment of quality requirements and legal regulations. You need an experienced partner by your side when facing these challenges.

The perfect manufacturing process doesn't come about from one day to the next; it must be developed systematically.

With more than 35 years of experience in countless projects in the manufacturing industry, the team at A+B Solutions has the necessary skills to help you. To do so, we don't just analyse manufacturing processes, we also look at all the neighbouring areas throughout the entire product creation process (development, planning, work preparation, production). We accompany you from the initial contact through analysis, advice, sales, project development and integration all the way to project completion. We also accompany and support you as required through the on-going modification and optimisation of your processes. That's why we consider ourselves reliable partners for all those questions relating to parts manufacturing.

Our approach

  • An initial general as-is assessment of your current manufacturing process and all factors influencing parts manufacturing gives us a precise picture of your current processes and any gaps and initial potentials for optimisation.
  • The analysis takes place in meetings with key actors and process experts from the relevant areas and takes around one to two hours per participant.
  • This process has proven itself and guarantees that your processes are not unnecessarily hindered through day-long absences of individual employees. Depending on the size and scope of the project, this first assessment takes one to two days. We then assemble this new knowledge in a presentation (current situation, gaps, potential for optimisation, recommendations, further steps to take) given to all participants in the project. Subsequent steps for successful implementation are then mutually agreed.