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Applying simulation analysis in the design process

By applying simulation analysis to production systems with high variance, you will be able to identify queues and bottlenecks, balance resources and identify non-value-adding activities.


When designing new or restructuring existing production systems with high variance, it is often difficult to decide how many resources to apply in the system and when to apply them. Applying simulation analysis in the design process clarifies the flow and timing of activities, resource utilisation and lead times. Furthermore, simulation analysis allows you to compare alternative solutions and, thus, select the best solution.

We will help you balance the resources in the production chain from developing the simulation model, conducting the dynamic analysis by using the model and to supporting the final decisions of the new system set-up.

Claus Ørum-Hansen
Claus Ørum-Hansen
+45 3085 8023


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