Digital production - Sustainable products - Black figures

Digital production - Sustainable products - Black figures

B/S/H Hausgeräte GmbH and its award-winning dust masonry plant in Bad Neustadt impressively prove it: economic production at the German location is possible even in highly competitive consumer markets. However, this is only possible if change is actively shaped and the potential of digitalisation and sustainability is fully exploited.

Digital process chains from ordering raw materials to networked production of blower motors to fully automated plastic injection moulding on the one hand, and sustainability and energy management on the product and process side on the other, point the way to the future in exemplary fashion.

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Responsible Alina Brühmann
Last Update 21/12/2023
Completion Time 11 hours 11 minutes
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BSH Fabrik der Zukunft Lernreise
  • Teaser
  • Day 1
    • Free Preview
    • Operations@BSH
    • Operations strategy for small household appliances
    • Technology as competitive driver
    • How to "Learn & Grow" in a digital company
    • Discussion round
    • Sustainability in small household appliances: projects & tools; environmentally friendly products & business models
    • Smart Grow
    • A paradigm shift - Sustainabilty@BSH
    • Discussion round and conclusion
  • Day 2
    • Free Preview
    • Discussion round
    • Fabrik Bad Neustadt - A location in transition
    • Our sustainable approach in product and factory
    • Fully automated plastic and recyclate use
    • Blower production - networking, traceability (and autonomous control) + compressed air and energy data management
    • Digital maintenance
    • Logistics 2.0
    • Local container management
    • Scalable data harmonization in the cloud for self-service analyses
    • Conclusion