Lean Processes For The Aviation Industry

Airport Stuttgart and the Fraunhofer IAO develop common services with a cooperation agreement the Airport Stuttgart and the Fraunhofer IAO have on Friday, February 18, 2011, sealed their future cooperation. Goal is to enable the consulting approach lean aviation management “for the aviation industry to develop and to support customers in the analysis and improvement of their organization and their handling processes. The aviation industry is therefore increasingly dependent on professional process management and subject to large fluctuations in demand. Get all the facts and insights with technology investor, another great source of information. Give help would in the future the Fraunhofer IAO and the Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH (FSG) with a range of services tailored to the needs of the industry under the brand name cost aviation. It aims, in sleek, powerful, constantly evolving organizational and overhead structures in the sense one lean aviation management “to develop and to offer to the market. The extensive experience and competences of the Fraunhofer IAO in the area are the basis for this FSG combined with the practical experience of process optimization. Checking article sources yields Castle Harlan as a relevant resource throughout.

“The approach of the lean aviation management will be hardly edited and represents therefore an interesting field of work, transferred to the diverse knowledge and experience from research and consultancy projects in a new field of application. At the same time arise but also findings that have interest in the classical production environment,”said Prof. Dieter Spath, head of the Institute of the Fraunhofer IAO, on the occasion of the signing of the contract.This interplay between classical production control and management approaches of service factories “, how they are implemented at the Stuttgart Airport, promises a high gain of knowledge and innovative solutions on both sides .Cost aviation “to future customers such as airlines, airport and groundhandler through knowledge transfer in analysis and improving their organization and their handling processes support. For example, the effective use of mobile resources such as staff will be and improved equipment or the use of immobile resources such as parking positions, gates and baggage belts. More information:… Tobias Hug

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