Are your daily operations antiquated?
Learn how Tetra Pak empowered their workforce to improve plant productivity and drive excellence in their operations
Despite our advances in automation and the progress of industry 4.0, many of the tools and processes we use in support of our daily operations are antiquated. The result is disconnected information not available at the point of need.
For many companies, the current way of capturing and sharing operational knowledge is not effective. Work instructions are stored in binders off the plant floor, they are often incomplete and out of date. The main reason being because instructions are still largely written and in paper format, making it time-consuming to create, update and publish. And these instructions are ineffective because reading text takes longer to understand and can be easily misinterpreted – if a picture is worth a thousand words; video is worth a million. We are also experiencing unprecedented change triggered by a global pandemic and a rise in remote work. Traditional written formats can’t keep up with the rapid pace of information in today’s industrial environments.
Tetra Pak have have implemented a solution that significantly helped them to improve in team collaboration and knowledge exchange, with the connected workers. If you are interested to hear more about this solution, you can watch our recorded webinar where Johan Lantz, Global World Class Manufacturing Implementation Manager, is talking about how this solution have helped them to improve plant productivity and drive excellence in their operations.
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Don't worry, we recorded it. In this webinar, you will learn about how they have implemented a solution that significantly helped them to improve in team collaboration and knowledge exchange, with the connected workers.