They often immerse themselves in their drawings for minutes at a time, highly concentrated and virtually motionless, checking every detail and asking themselves questions: Can the harness be built at precisely this transfer line in this particular plant? How can I achieve the optimal production time? How many cutting machines, testing systems and templates do I need? In searching for answers, our production planners think about the customer’s demands, as well as about the production worker, who needs to translate his directives into practice, keeping an eye on the costs required and the possible adjustments that might be necessary after production begins. When developing the concept, he or she needs to recognise, evaluate and take into consideration all possible variables – because, in the final analysis, the entire production depends on this: from the construction of prototypes to the mass production of the final harnesses.
A job that leaves no room either for weak nerves or for vanities. Because sometimes concepts have to be adjusted at short notice; for example, when the customer wishes to change the motor or the cooling unit in his vehicle at the spur of the moment. This is why a certain sense of calm is one of the key characteristics of any production planner – as well as an attention to detail and the readiness to take on a great deal of personal responsibility. In the office or at the test bench. Alone or in dialogue with others. At the beginning or the end of the production process. Projects come to an end on a regular basis, but they are never completely relinquished. Because, in the end, the production planner is always responsible to seeing to it that his or her concept delivers what it promises: an optimal production.
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