When mass pro­duc­tion can meet in­di­vi­du­al de­man­ds. Even Kar­la’s. That’s In­ge­nui­ty for li­fe.

Handelsblatt Global Edition Magazine - - Editors’ Summit -

Un­til now, pro­duc­tion pro­ces­ses we­re eit­her fast or fle­xi­ble. In­tel­li­gent ma­chi­nes ha­ve chan­ged that. For a cos­me­tics com­pa­ny this me­ans being able to pro­du­ce an ent­i­re ran­ge of sham­poos using a sing­le as­sem­bly li­ne. It me­ans being able to bring their pro­ducts on­to shel­ves in half the ti­me. It al­so me­ans being able to re­act ef­fi­ci­ent­ly to even the most in­di­vi­du­al cust­o­m­er de­man­ds. This mat­ters be­cau­se it is a com­pe­ti­ti­ve edge for the ma­nu­fac­tu­rer. And it ul­ti­mate­ly ma­kes re­al what mat­ters by ope­ning up ma­ny new pos­si­bi­li­ties for ever­yo­ne. And that’s In­ge­nui­ty for li­fe.

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