CASE STUDY: Trek Bicycle speeds customer deliveries and improves operational efficiency 

Trek Bicycle Corporation, a leading specialty bike manufacturer based in Wisconsin, United States, has realized huge manufacturing efficiency gains through digital manufacturing.

CASE STUDY: C. E. Schneckenflügel increases sales 100% by accelerating customer delivery time 

C. E. Schneckenflügel, Germany’s leading screw blade manufacturer, is leveraging Siemens Opcenter Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) to improve production efficiency, cutting customer delivery time by 50%.

CASE STUDY: Plastoform increases production efficiency by 8% with more efficient scheduling 

Plastoform, one of Europe’s leading thermoformable plastic material manufacturers for the automotive, agriculture and marine industries, is realizing huge gains in production efficiency with automated scheduling.

An Integrated APS and SCM disrupts traditional Supply Chain Management 

It is no secret that supply chains, involving hundreds or thousands of external suppliers, partners and third parties, are becoming increasingly strategic and complex. Moreover, supply chains are increasingly forced to keep pace with the new model of the circular economy. 

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Planning for a more resilient supply chain

Using digital collaboration to achieve productivity and delivery goals When manufacturers are asked to characterize their supply chain today, resilient…

Manufacturing operations management (MOM) – Harmonized MES, QMS, APS, and MI

Watch this video to learn how a harmonized MOM solution that includes MES, QMS, APS, and Manufacturing Intelligence helps cut costs, improve quality, and accelerate the end-to-end manufacturing cycle.

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What’s new in Opcenter APS 2204

Increase resource utilization and on-time delivery We are excited to announce that the latest version of Opcenter APS 2204 has…

What’s new in Opcenter Scheduling SMT 2204

Discover the new user experience to streamline shop floor operations This release offers an updated look and applies the latest…

Man checking inventory in a warehouse. He has employed a make-to-stock strategy instead of make-to-order.

Make-to-order versus make-to-stock planning: What makes sense for you?

Whether your manufacturing company currently approaches planning primarily through a make-to-order (MTO) or a make-to-stock (MTS) strategy, it may be…