After inspiring and hectic Bauma 2013 with 530,000 visitors from over 200 countries I feel confident to share with you some tips for trouble-free precast factory delivery. This blogging continues the views on profitable precast production lifecycle presented in the part 1.
Optimizing the production flows
A good precast production technology and investment planning is characterized by close cooperation of various building construction stakeholders. When entering a factory building phase, more direct communication between a precaster and a machinery supplier more efficient precast factory.
A precast factory building can be used many ways as a space. To optimize the efficiency of the factory, effective layout of different processes is a key. The layout of processes in the factory should not only minimize the movement of employees and production equipment, but also the logistics at the production site.
Another critical production efficiency issue is concrete transportation and distribution at the site – to make it as smooth as possible both inside and outside the factory. Also, different geographical locations may require different concrete production solutions resulting varying transportation needs.
In a machinery start-up, installation supervision and raw material and concrete mix consultation are provided to ensure factory’s optimal operation. The overall timeframe of the factory set-up can vary between 0.5-1 year.
By the way, do you know Bismayah already?
A good way to follow precast factory delivery almost in real-time is via Bismayah project. It is the biggest precast concrete project in the world so far. The brand new precast city of 500,000 inhabitants and 100,000 apartments will be built in Iraq in 7 years. Bismayah starts in full speed just now. Elematic is chosen to a one-stop-supplier for a precast concrete factory that will be the world’s largest of its kind.
Petri Vesa, Sales Director, Elematic