Manufacturing enterprise management system

What Is Implemented:
  • Forward planning
  • Production planning by site, both in MES factories and in a single system
  • Automated work resource planning
  • Fully automated recipe management
  • Automated system for metering and analysis of energy consumption (electricity, steam, gas, water)
  • Automated production waste management
  • Implementation of identification and access management system
  • Automated hygiene control
  • Industrial safety control
  • Incident management in production
an international company producing food and pet food with 7 sites on territory of the Russian Federation
Problematics and Inquiry:
  • Lack of uniform standards for production planning and non-transparent procedure for planning and plan management. The use of paper for planning
  • Lack of clear control of production and labor resources. Weak ERP integration of different enterprises
  • "Manual" dosage of ingredients in recipes, insufficiently effective control and management in the technological process
  • Lack of automated accounting and control of waste production
  • The need to implement automated hygiene control
  • The need for more effective incident management, the introduction of a unified system and increased transparency
  • Visual Basic
  • Java
  • Oracle
  • HTML
  • APIs
  • Rockwell
  • PC/104
  • HID iClass
  • Windows Embedded
  • C++
  • Microsoft SQL Server
Economic effects:
  • Reduction of production costs by up to 15%
  • Reduction of operating costs by up to 20%
  • Reduce energy costs by up to 20%
  • Reduction of equipment repair costs by up to 17%
  • Reducing the number of rejects
  • Reducing emissions
  • Reduced losses when reconfiguring equipment
  • Reduction of unscheduled equipment downtime