Planning & Production Control and Coverage can make any necessary changes to the duration and order of any production tasks pending, along with the quantity of resources to be assigned. It can even add new tasks to adapt the process to actual day-today production needs. It takes into account the real availability of resources, materials, tools, shifts and any other unforeseen circumstances that may arise. It also monitors and controls any OSW from both partners and preceding stations.
Tracking of production process tasks based on the engineering master planning
Highly experienced consultants with a thorough understanding of Planning & Production Control and Coverage methods processes and tools, in order to support production activities.
Planning & Production Control and Coverage activity provides benefits in terms of time, cost and quality. This is based on continuous improvement, IT tools, know-how and synergies across other programmes.
Planning & Production Control and Coverage Activities
¬ Planning and production control activities
¬ Final Assemby Line (FAL) master plan
¬ Update unified plan (Up)
¬ Operational plans
¬ Process standardisation
¬ Analysis, generation & update of follow-up reports
¬ Support to production
¬ Manage industrial meeting and minutes report
¬ Guarantee the supply chain of materials to FAL
¬ Provide delivery dates of the materials
¬ Missing parts management of the stations
¬ Control of the work order life cycle
¬ Continuous improvement
P&PC experts ready to lead and manage
Qualified engineers with experience in the aerospace industry and trained in Airbus tool systems
AERTEC Solutions has an extensive workforce of highly qualified engineers with experience in the aeronautical industry. They are trained and certified in some of the following key concepts:
¬ Conocimiento de las herramientas del sistema Airbus TLB y SAP SP1
¬ Filosofía de gestión profesional de proyectos (PMP)®
¬ Producción ajustada (Lean Manufacturing)
Any specific requirements in terms of training in methods
and tools can be discussed with the project manager or
department leader in charge of the service.