Repositioning Process 1.19.10

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Repositioning Process 1.19.10

  1. 1. Pr ogr a m Re posit ion ing Te a m Parkway’s Service Team Approach Systematic Flow Communications © 2008 Parkway Products, Inc. | http://www.parkwayproducts.com
  2. 2. W ha t I s Pr ogr a m Re posit ioning? • A standard, repeatable, and measurable approach to managing and delivering solutions • Systematic management of multiple, concurrent tool transfer processes • Removal & re-installation of existing equipment -or- • Procurement of new equipment • Efficient new production start up (machine calibration, FAI, PPAP, etc.) • Comprehensive management of time, cost & quality Re posit ioning goe s be yond t ool t r a nsfe r s. Re posit ioning a lso include s t he t r a nsfe r of k now le dge , e quipm e nt , pr oce sse s, a nd qua lit y. © 2008 Parkway Products, Inc. 2 Confidential & Proprietary
  3. 3. Pa r k w a y EM P & Re posit ioning Experience in a wide range of repositioning programs Straightforward single tool transfers Dedicated work cell migration Complete captive molding plants repositioned to Parkway facilities Primary molding equipment Secondary operations Processes In the past 2 years, Parkway EMP has repositioned: 450 Part Numbers 37 Molding Presses 2 Complete Operations International experience Original program locations include: US, Mexico, China, Europe Destinations include US and Mexico © 2008 Parkway Products, Inc. 3 Confidential & Proprietary
  4. 4. Re posit ioning Tools & Ca pa bilit ie s Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) employed in the repositioning process. Dedicated cross-functional transfer team, consisting of plant and corporate level resources Detailed communication & task management toolbox, centralizing: Risk Assessment Permissions/Approvals Scope Commercial Requirements Capital Requirements Quality Tooling Process Requirements Environmental/Health/Safety Inventory Logistics Production Startup ISO9001, TS & UL Quality Systems © 2008 Parkway Products, Inc. 4 Confidential & Proprietary
  5. 5. Re posit ioning Te a m s Parkway Solution Team Customer Team Quality Quality Engineering Purchasing & Engineering Logistics Repositioning Manager Program Manager Plant Manager © 2008 Parkway Products, Inc. 5 Confidential & Proprietary
  6. 6. Re posit ioning Qua lit y & Engine e r ing Process Start Release & Reciept of LAI Production Startup parts & current drawings Syst e m a t ic Flow Dimensional Verification PPAP Submittal LAI/drawing deviations reconciled Tool transfer Tool Transfers Material & process verification © 2008 Parkway Products, Inc. 6 Confidential & Proprietary
  7. 7. Re posit ioning Com m unica t ions Program Mgmt Weekly Meeting Schedules Updated Priorities Reviewed (Shared Excel data sheet with processes defined & measured) Teams review all support issues (Flexibility to keep process on time ) © 2008 Parkway Products, Inc. 7 Confidential & Proprietary
  8. 8. Re posit ioning Sum m a r y Parkway brings an experienced team! We work to a common goal! Last 6 years no supply interruptions. System calibration prior to tool transfer Calibration of quality & engineering Deviation requirements defined at start of process to ensure prompt startup We work hand in hand with your team with open door policy on our facilities. © 2008 Parkway Products, Inc. 8 Confidential & Proprietary
  9. 9. Pa r k w a y EM P: Sh a ping. Solu t ions. More Information: Randy Schuster 859-393-5428 rschuster@parkwayproducts.com © 2008 Parkway Products, Inc. | http://www.parkwayproducts.com

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