APPLICATION CLOSED - Machine shop capacity, planning and utilization
Functional area: Production Controlling, Tierp Works, Atlas Copco Industrial Technique AB
Recruiting Managers: Oskar Lindh, Production Controller, Tierp works
This target of this project is two-fold:
Firstly, to develop a method to measure and visualize current demands as a basis for back-on-track calculations and forecasting.
Also, to develop a method for measuring available machine capacity versus machine utilization within the Atlas Copco framework.
Tierp works is the main production facility for assembly tools within Atlas Copco Industrial Technique business area. This world-class production facility has both final assembly of tools and a machine workshop that produce key components.
The Tierp machine shop have a wide range of machine types with varying utilization patterns, shift forms and demands. Production is planned with a forecast-based cover time MRP system that nightly recalculates demands and scheduling. The combination of operational complexity and dynamic, forecast-based planning makes it difficult to define back-orders, when production is started on time, and the production needed to remove all backlog within a certain period.
This project will be considered a success if:
1. We have a method to on material, order and production cell level can show if production is early, late or according to plan.
2. Define the production needed on production cell level to be in line with demands and have no delayed production.
3. Calculate machine capacity and machine utilization as per the Atlas Copco framework
Relevant educational background
- Business and Administration
- IT/Computer science
Level of thesis project
- Master thesis
- Bachelor’s thesis
An interest in production and production planning
Good knowledge of SQL or equivalent
Our office is located in Tierp, Sweden.
As this is a project position for studies and not an employment, it does not qualify for seeking a work permit. We can therefore only accept applications from students who are either attending Swedish universities (i.e. already have a student visa) or, if they are attending universities abroad, are EU-citizens.
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