is performed for the specified production capacity and according to the product quality requirements. It creates requirements for materials, defines requirements for composition and quantity of equipment, size of the main and auxiliary areas, load requirements for engineering networks, functional structure and qualification requirements of personnel.

Stages of implementation


Production Audit

  • Assessment of design documentation;
  • Assessment of the production process;
  • Assessment of labor intensity of processes.

Concept of the Project

  • Development of a work plan specifying the time frame for the preparation of the concept project;
  • Development of a work plan specifying the time frame for the preparation of the concept project
    (route), applied parts/components, tools, materials, production and special equipment and tooling);
  • Development of routes for parts kitting feed;
  • Selecting of nomenclature and calculation of the number of containers (details/parts);
  • Preparation of forms (examples) with accompanying technical documentation (Process Chart, Standart operation chart, Standart works chart, Workplace arrangement chart, Processing instructions);
  • Project budget calculation;
  • Preparation of variants of the project concept (presentation);
  • Selecting the implementation option and approving the project concept.

Project Implementation

  • Preparation of a detailed work plan with an indication of the project implementation time limits;
  • Approval for the responsibility assignment matrix[ (RASIC);
  • Coordination of the project budget and scope of works;
  • Signing a contract;
  • Approval of equipment and tooling specifications;
  • Preparation of equipment, tools and accessories’ specifications for manufacturing / procurement.

Development of design documentation

  • Design documentation of special equipment (devices) + labor intensity assessment;
  • Design documentation for specialized containers + labor intensity assessment;
  • Design documentation of organizational furniture+ labor intensity assessment.

Development of engineering documentation

  • Development of Process Charts;
  • Development of Standart operation charts;
  • Development of patterns for Standart works charts;
  • Updating the Manufacturing Standarts for Process Charts, Standart operation charts, Standart works charts, Workplace arrangement charts.
RESULT: technological project

Assessment of the main and auxiliary materials used

  • Process matching;
  • Properties and characteristics;
  • Methods of standartization for rationing and consumption of materials.

Selection of materials

  • Determination of the effective materials;
  • Determination of cost-effective materials.

Calculation of the demand for materials

  • Calculation of the required amount of materials to carry out the processes;
  • Calculation of norms of consumption of materials.

Supply of materials

Fast and timely delivery of materials.

RESULT: reduced consumption rates; increased productivity and product quality.

Assessment of the equipment used

  • Compliance with the technological process;
  • Characteristics and applicability;
  • Economic effect.

Selection of the equipment

  • Identifying efficient equipment;
  • Identifying cost-effective equipment.

Estimation of the demand for equipment

  • Calculation of the required amount of equipment to perform processes;
  • Calculation of the required number of repair kits and special tools for repair and maintenance.

Supply of the equipment

Fast and timely delivery of equipment.

Development of the special tooling

  • Determining the required special tooling;
  • Development of design documentation;
  • Production of a prototype;
  • Testing;
  • Batch production.
RESULT: automation of processes; improvement of product quality and performance.

Assessment of the existing personnel

  • Familiarization with the production structure;
  • Familiarization with the staff schedule.

Estimation of the personnel demand

  • Development of a cyclogram of processes;
  • Development of process balancing (Yamazumi diagram);
  • Determining the required number of personnel to support the processes.

Manufacturing personnel structure

Development of a scheme for effective interaction of production units.

Training sessions, training and controll of skills

  • Conducting introductory training (familiarizing the employee with the specifics of work, organization and General requirements for labor protection);
  • Preparation of an individual training program;
  • Conducting training;
  • Implementation of knowledge control;
  • Development of the training matrix (reflecting the degree of knowledge of the worker).

Organization of training stations

  • Identification of the necessary stands for the training;
  • Development of design documentation for stands;
  • Production of stands.
RESULT: trained personnel for timely and high-quality performance of tasks.