When the input produces output faster than the next step, the bottleneck will appear. Do you know the negative consequences of these situations? Unnecessary employee stress, wasted costs, delayed delivery, low quality products, lost revenue, and customer unhappiness are all generated.
The common indicator is that long wait times and backlog of work are bottlenecks. Once the bottleneck has been identified, these two methods can be tried by you, because you need to pinpoint and solve problems.
A step-by-step flowchart needs to be created. Because of that, we can help you figure out where the bottlenecks are. You can try the “five why” trick. Ask yourself why you have such a problem and keep asking “why,” and believe that you can always figure out the truth. It’s important for each of us to figure out the truth.
Third, it’s easier to work because of project use techniques.
Because with new technology at the loading dock and around you, your job and your employees’ work will become easier. You can try these methods to improve your efficiency.
What you need to do is upgrade or buy management software. Because you need to improve the visibility of the loading area, coordinate the on-site and sub-stage trailer, manage the transfer period. For example, when a truck stops or leaves the dock, you know, because the sensor on the dock door notifies you. Automated packaging. Now, hand-wrappers or old stretch wrappers are replaced by modern semi-automatic stretch wrappers. In fact, machine packaging is much better than manual packaging, and labor and film costs can be greatly saved. It’s very good. Create jobs. Mobile computer carts with power supply need to be used because unnecessary pedestrian flow needs to be eliminated. It’s not ok to go back and forth in another room. What you need to do is to use a computer or printer to print, weigh, scan, etc. Finally, you need to collect the data in one place.