success story #1
Robert Bosch GmbH.
Bosch is one of the world’s leading semiconductor manufacturers.
For almost 50 years, the company has been producing a range of semiconductors for use in consumer and entertainment electronics, wearables and vehicles. In their Reutlingen based factory for 200mm semiconductors, Peakboard was introduced to display target/actual comparisons of individual production stages in real time using various Andon boards.
success story #2
At ZARGES in Weilheim, around 30 monitors present details about all the company’s production line processes in real time. This helps the light metal manufacturer to improve its utilization of production robots. The company has installed a complete MES, and is also mining new information from its data, which it uses for its business intelligence.
success story #3
BIZERBA SE & Co. KG.
success story #4
GBA Group is among the leading analysis laboratories and service providers in Europe. Its core competencies are in the areas of environmental, food, consumer good and pharmaceutical analysis.
In order to optimize their project-related internal communication in 14 locations, GBA Group was searching for a cutting-edge IT solution. Peakboard was implemented at their Pinneberg location in order to share lab information to a wide variety of employees via four monitors at central locations throughout the company.
success story #5
Johannes Giesser Messerfabrik GmbH.
success story #6
Prym Consumer Europe GmbH.
success story #7
MUNSCH Kunststoff-Schweißtechnik GmbH.
success story #8
Joh. Clouth GmbH & Co. KG.
success story #9
Helmut Fischer GmbH.
With some 800 employees worldwide, Helmut Fischer GmbH is a full-service supplier in the field of surface testing and has been developing precision instruments for surface measurements since 1953. Helmut Fischer uses Peakboard at regularly scheduled shop-floor meetings to ensure process transparency in production and logistics and, at the same time, to monitor delivery reliability, quality, and costs, as well as to identify potential disturbances at an early stage.