In today's environment "Cost and Speed to Market" are two important criterions to survive. Manufacturing Engineering Service (MES) is the profession that helps any organization become competitive and dynamic by being aware of the needs and expectation of the growing global economy, benchmarked quality and high degree of Flexibility among the External and internal customers.
MES has a dynamic history and a potential future. The rapid development of technologies contributed a lot to the engineering services. Whether in a recessionary or booming economy "Lack of efficiency and productivity," is the primary bottleneck.
MES emerged as a service provider in L&T to meet the growing needs for system integration in all types of organizations by serving at planning and design solution to ensure profitability, responsiveness, quality and continuous improvement of product and service, through their life-cycles.
"Secret of Survival" is making desired products (P) of high quality (Q) at lower cost (C) with speedy delivery (D) and assured Safety (S) from starting to finish.
Efficient value added offerings focus on concurrence, integration and life cycle:
Our offerings deal with organizational as well as human prospective. The first concern is the system that results from planning and design. The interfacing of people with machine, where the design of total system must include not only the physical elements of the machine but also the vital human links, obtaining maximum output by different philosophies such as Lean, Six sigma, "what-if analysis" etc.
The second concern is the operation of the system when it is installed or being installed. Robot, assembly and plant layout itself will have the impact on operations; here we offer our customer to get a virtual walkthrough to analyze planned throughput through virtual manufacturing.
Being Productive By Lean
The core idea of Lean is to add value to customers and the organization by reducing or removing waste from a company's operational processes with the ultimate aim of achieving zero waste. To achieve this, lean thinking focuses the management towards optimizing the flow of products or services across entire value streams rather than having the management focus on individual processes flowing horizontally across departments, assets and technologies.
Lean applies to all business sectors, be that manufacturing or services. Being lean is a way of thinking and acting for the entire organization and is not only about cutting waste or reducing costs."
Also most important is to effectively bring together people who take part in developing the specification of a system and who deal with operations. Our professional discipline is concerned with designing effective system and developing robust processes with the purpose of integrating people, technology and material for improved overall effectiveness.