Productivity Analysis

Productivity

Increasing productivity and improving efficiency are top concerns for manufacturing managers and packaging engineers. According to the Packaging Machinery and Manufacturing Institute’s Productivity and Profitability Trends Report, the majority of U.S. manufacturers in packaging-dependent industries measure packaging productivity. Nearly half of the study’s respondents said that addressing machinery and equipment issues offers the most potential for further productivity gains.

Maximum throughput is critical for today’s packaging lines. Understanding the "bottlenecks" and causes for downtime are essential. Knowing how to navigate these barriers to production, and applying time-tested solutions, will increase your teams productivity. With 50 years of experience, our experts can help you build an easy to maintain and reliable operation with increased throughput and automation. SPS offers comprehensive onsite Production Line Analysis and Reporting which helps to bring all of these key components together in an easy to understand comprehensive format.

undefinedIn addition to production line efficiency, the selection of the correct packaging materials and methods will help get your product to market at the lowest unit cost. Proper material selection can eliminate many hidden costs associated with inventory management, production flexibility, unexpected downtime, excess labor, and unhappy consumers.

SPS is an industry leader in packaging equipment, material and technical services. We will help you develop a robust Lifecycle Packaging Model that will include the following components:

  • Packaging Line Automation
  • Operator and Maintenance Training
  • Preventative Maintenance Programs
  • Inventory Management
  • Lean Material Principles

Call us today so we can take a look at your Packaging Productivity. Our team of experts will provide the recommendations you need to enhance the overall profitability of your operations.

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