Dirk M. Sweigart

On-Demand Webinar: A Case Study in Efficiency Optimization through MES

Like many large-scale manufacturers, when building their new production facility as part of a client contract, Contract Pharmacal Corp. (CPC) designed the plant to operate using minimal manpower. This worked out to be about four operators working on each of the eight lines. However, as part of their contract, they were required to provide their client with insight into line capacity and production efficiency, a difficult task to do manually given the minimal staff they planned to have working the production lines.

Optimizing Production and Enhancing Product Quality for Contract Pharmacal Corp.

As operations continued to grow, Contract Pharmacal Corp. (CPC) – a manufacturer of premium...

Webinar: Using the TrakSYS Platform to Optimize Production and Enhance Product Quality

Contract Pharmacal Corp. (CPC) – a manufacturer of premium pharmaceuticals, over-the-counter...

Making Your Case: The ROI of MES

I recently put together an article for Pharmaceutical Engineering, entitled Justifying Your MES...

Maximize Productivity with Existing Equipment and Employees

It’s clear that if there was a way to increase productivity and data reliability without...

Beyond OEE: Next steps for MES Implementation

One typical “entry point” for manufacturing execution systems (MES) is often the desire to have...

Helping a Multi-Billion-Dollar Global Organization Improve Manufacturing Efficiency with MES

When a multi-billion-dollar company has manufacturing operations spread throughout more than 120...

Get More Out of Your Production and Process Control with MES

As Industrial Internet of Things (IIot) strategies and more connected smart systems quickly make...