Michael Jonsson, owner and CVO of AD-plast in Anderstorp, has been digitalizing and automating his business since the mid-1990s. Now, Boards on Fire is the next step in this investment to increase participation across the entire staff.
Digital solutions that streamline their processes and sharpen their customer offer are an important part of the development within the Heidelberg Materials Group in general. Therefore, they chose to invest in daily management, pulse meetings and continuous improvements in Boards on Fire.
Nordic Nest is one of the Nordic region's largest and most profitable e-retailers. The warehouse in Kalmar has about 250 employees and during the high season the number of employees grows to up to 400. Hampus Bergdahl is a warehouse and logistics developer, he works to continuously improve shipping, warehousing processes and systems. With Boards on Fire, they trim the business minute by minute.
With over 30 years of experience, IS Plåt is, to say the least, a pro when it comes to stainless steel. Through investments in a state-of-the-art machine park and a high degree of automation, they have positioned themselves at the forefront of the industry. Now they aim even higher with the help of visualization in Boards on Fire.
Holtab is one of the Nordic region's leading suppliers of solutions for power transmission with products such as substations, distribution stations, technology houses and low-voltage switchgear. Step by step, they have digitized the business with Boards on Fire. They visualize supply shortages and run daily management on several levels.
The bed and sofa manufacturer Scapa was one of the first industries to start using Boards on Fire's solutions fully in its operations. And it has paid off. Increased commitment, more implemented improvements and increased productivity are some of the benefits that factory manager Miika Porkola highlights.