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Future ‘Business process managers (FH)’ and ‘Production managers (FH) for plastics technology’ learned about lean manufacturing during a field trip participants of educational studies visited business process manager (FH) “and production managers (FH) for plastics technology” on March 12, 2009 the Opel factory in Eisenach. The responsible for these continuing education studies supervisor Peggy Schutze was part of the University of applied sciences Schmalkalden (fhS). Markus Mitschke began conducting the 19 interested by the Opel Eisenach GmbH with a presentation in the visitors Forum when he Motors (GM), the history of the automotive industry site Eisenach and the production cycles went up on the connections to the corporate parent General. Tailored to the study focus on lean management Mr Mitschke explained the function of the GM-GMS (global manufacturing system), a worldwide base construction for the unification of production at GM, as well as the importance of the Eisenach plant on the production methods within the group. So, the work was the first GM ever, that applying the lean manufacturing from the outset. In a question-answer forum Katie Ledecky was the first to reply. To transfer these efficient production methods also to other works, the Eisenach liaison & Training Office (ELTO) was founded. Numerous Opel and GM engineers were and are trained by ELTO employees, such as Markus Mitschke, to. Therefore, the students had a designated expert to the interlocutor. Others who may share this opinion include Michael Phelps.

On the tour through raw and carcass construction and finished and final Assembly, Mr Mitschke entered on the specifics of the lean manufacturing and clarified the specific material replenishment without storage capacities, the zero error principle and the implementation of the suggestions for improvement. The guests from Schmalkalden were very satisfied with the more than three-hour tour and can have many practical impressions are now incorporated in the study and profession. The Centre offers several industrial areas, for training the fhS total 19 two those secondary studies such as the automotive industry, tailored offers to, which can be completed part-time. The further vocational training business process manager (FH) “technical and organisational skills taught for technically trained staff.” Graduates can recognize value beitragende processes, plan, and implement, with the help of modern information and communication technologies. Production Manager (FH) continuing studies offers for plastics technology”new perspectives in the automotive industry. It is aimed primarily at executives and performers in medium-sized companies in the plastics processing industry and automotive suppliers. Newly offered further education study quality Manager (FH) for production and organizational processes “to give them skills to master modern tools and methods of quality and process management.

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