Most of the components in an automobile are made of plastic. The component complexity ranges from simple locks to complete center consoles in which electronic components are installed and which are partially painted. The integration of new technology and production processes in order to serve increased market and customer requirements plays an important role. Cost pressure, environmental protection and weight reduction are just three competing requirements that need to be combined. In addition to our core competence – methodical and structured project management – the [bu:st] group is characterized by experience and understanding in the development, industrialization and production of these components.
Together with you as a customer, we carry out both operational and advisory projects in an implementation-oriented and pragmatic manner using our methods based on experience and skills.
Throughout the entire product development process, from individual components or complicated assemblies to the control of capital goods and industrialization, we bring our customers’ projects successfully into series production through transparency, rhythm and communication. Efficient deadlines offer space for product and process optimization, and stringent change management enables us to react to customer requests even at late project times.
By definition, every project is unique. In combination with knowledge and experience, we support you in the conception, planning and implementation of your project.
A platform development of concept and technology topics in the plastics sector adapted to market trends reduces the time-to-market for individual customers and sets the basis for the innovative strength of the product portfolio.
Ensuring manufacturability at an early stage through synchronous product and process engineering and the controlled coordination of interface issues enable the components and production systems to be optimally designed.
The early transparency of the product concept and the resulting capital goods optimizes the logistics processes in the series plant and thus forms the basis for a long-term, smooth production process.
Careful selection of suppliers, coordination with the tool manufacturer and high product maturity at the time of release reduce the number of adjustment loops and thus save an enormous amount of project budget and time.