Andea Guide: MES in Complex Assembly

What if there was a way to help you improve manufacturing in a complex assembly environment? What if the missing piece you have been looking for was just right there?

Implementation of a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) software can help streamline the production process, but the key to success is choosing the right tool, a deep understanding of the environment, and a well-conducted implementation.
In the newest Andea Guide, we share the knowledge we gained over the years regarding working in a complex assembly environment. Our experts: James Montgomery, Director of North American Operations, Tomasz Gesiarz, Service Manager, and Lukasz Horodecki, Solution Architect at Andea, have answered the pressing questions regarding the use of MES in complex manufacturing.  

  1. How do we typically handle changes to the production orders and associated work instructions?

  2. What are some of the hidden challenges we have experienced when deploying MES in a complex assembly environment?

  3. How do we handle ‘first article’ parts in production?

Those are just some of the questions you will find in the Guide.

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MES in Complex Assembly

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