Solid as Steel: Production Planning at thyssenkrupp

Solid as Steel: Production Planning at thyssenkrupp

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Publication Date:
February 11, 2016

Industry:
Manufacturing

Source:
Kellogg School of Management

thyssenkrupp Steel Europe, a major European steel company, operates a so-called push-pickling line (PPL) in Bochum, Germany. The PPL produces a particular type of steel strips that are sold to B2B customers, mainly in the automotive industry. In spring 2014, a senior vice president of thyssenkrupp Steel’s production operations and one of his production managers notice that over the span of ten years the production facility regularly did not meet its planned production volumes. They set out to determine the drivers for the deviations from planned production figures with the ultimate goal to improve the production planning process at the Bochum PPL. Students will step into the shoes of Markus Schulze-a production manager at thyssenkrupp Steel-as he searches for performance drivers at the Bochum PPL and analyzes recent production data to build a forecasting model for production planning.

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