SCHULER Concept Study

Strategic road map for the further development of a company

Continuous growth and changes in objectives and framework conditions usually go hand-in-hand with a further development of established structures. The SCHULER concept study is a strategic road map for the further development of your organization and internal structures. We will draft a strategic concept together on site, which is, of course, tailor-made to match your corporate goals, processes, production and organization. The objective: identifying potential to increase efficiency and improve performance. The concept study offers you the basis to make focused decisions, implement suitable measures and align your company in a tailor-made and long-term manner.

  • Products - How can design engineering details be simplified or cleaned up? Is it possible to give components a modular design? Source: Hanjo Kreyer

  • Which future manufacturing concept matches the development possibilities?

  • Which material flow guarantees the shortest route and the most efficient production?

  • Which means of transport permit the implementation of the most efficient internal logistics?

  • All relevant information flows from order intake to shipping thanks to data flow organization.


  • Passgenaues, strategisches Konzept als Fahrplan für künftige Entscheidungen
  • Entscheidungssicherheit, da nachfolgende Entscheidungen auf nachvollziehbaren Erkenntnissen und Fakten basieren
  • Konkrete Optimierungsvorschläge zur sofortigen Umsetzung
  • Vorschläge zur langfristigen Weiterentwicklung des Unternehmens

  • Products: How can design engineering details be simplified or cleaned up? Is it possible to give components a modular design?

  • Manufacturing principle: Does order-specific manufacturing (MTO) with batch size 1 match the order structure? Or does it make sense to produce parts for interim storage (MTS)? Which changes should be introduced?

  • Material flow and machine positioning: How can parts and batches flow even more efficiently through production in the future?

  • Logistics in production: Which methods of transport are suitable for raw material, components and auxiliary materials?

  • Organization: How can it be ensured that information flows correctly and smoothly from order intake to shipping?

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