Manufacturing process

The way we aim at the very best

With our ideas we like to work solution-oriented and customer-focused. In development we strive for the best technical solutions and in close co-operation with our clients, we test our products extensively.

Phase I - Analysis Status Quo

Technical environment

  • Filling, Discharge
  • Handling, Warehouse
  • Technical equipment at the site
  • Product into the FIBC
  • ‘Current’ bag dimensions
  • Quality requirements
  • Key team members with hierarchy from purchase, logistic, filling, handling, etc

Phase II - Project Outline / Planning

Expected Orders

  • Quantity
  • Delivery dates
  • Stockkeeping solutions
  • Labelling, Palletizing
  • PO Numbers / SAP etc.
  • Workflow set up Production Planning
  • Planning & Instruction
  • Feedback with R&D on possible improvements Account Management
  • Briefing with local team
  • Project planning and goal settings
  • Finalize project map

Phase III - Implementation

Supply Chain Management

  • Logistics
  • Warehousing
  • Information system set up

Phase IV - Project Monitoring


  • Delivery conformity
  • On-time-delivery
  • Product quality
  • Trouble shooting
  • Reaction time
  • R&D development
  • Project goals implemented

SCM is used to

efficiently integrate

  • suppliers;
  • manufacturers;
  • warehouses and;
  • customers.

so that merchandise is

  • produced and distributed at the right quantities;
  • to the right locations and;
  • at the right time;
  • in order to minimize system wide costs while satisfying service-level requirements.