Kritische succesfactoren voor bedrijfstijdverlenging bij VDL ETG

Donkelaar, J.L. ten (2011) Kritische succesfactoren voor bedrijfstijdverlenging bij VDL ETG.

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Abstract:The aim of this study is to present critical success factors which should support VDL Enabling Technology Group (ETG) in their realization of a reduction in cycle time. Currently they work at VDL ETG with traditional work schedule and they want to obtain the reduction in cycle time by extending their operating time. The VDL Group is an international industrial company focused on the development, production and sale of semi-finished products, buses and coaches and other finished products. It is a conglomerate of flexible, independent companies, each with its own specialty. The strength of the VDL Group lies in the mutual co-operation between the companies. VDL ETG Almelo is a division of the VDL Group, VDL ETG Almelo operates in the business of system integration of mechatronic (sub)systems and modules for “Original Equipment Manufacturers” in the high-tech capital equipment industry and in the area of production mechanization. As a system supplier, VDL ETG covers the value chain from (co-) engineering through parts production to assembly and testing. One of these (sub)systems is the NXT Wafer Stage, which is produced for the customer ASML. The NXT Wafer Stage module is part of the ASML TWINSCAN NXT platform, the assembled, a machine for the 'Integrated Circuit (IC) market for computer chip manufacturers such as Samsung, Intel and many others. The introduction of the relationship between VDL ETG and ASML is one of the main reasons VDL ETG wants a cycle time reduction. ASML is a major customer, which in the summer of 2010, experienced an increase in demand for its TWINSCAN NXT platform thus logically also increased the demand of the NXT Wafer Stage module assembled by VDL ETG. Research question and central concepts The main research question of this study is; “Which critical success factors play a role of importance in a successful implementation to extend the operating time?”
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:85 business administration, organizational science
Programme:Business Administration MSc (60644)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/61481
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