Japan2007

50 %
50 %
Information about Japan2007
Travel-Nature

Published on March 30, 2008

Author: Crystal

Source: authorstream.com

CIM and MIS in Digital Network Age 9th FAGAT in Beijing June 11, 2007:  CIM and MIS in Digital Network Age 9th FAGAT in Beijing June 11, 2007 JAGAT Managing Director Ryoichi Yamauchi Outline of Presentation:  Outline of Presentation <Back ground > ・What’s JDF JDF is essential standard format in realizing Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) ・What’s CIM Automation achieved by allowing distribution of information between both the Management Information System (MIS) and production equipment. ・More important thing than realization of CIM in the Japanese printing industry. ←The levels of productivity achieved at production sites are already very high. ・Japanese printing companies will be more interest in ① optimization of the overall digital network including CIM ② construction of an advanced MIS <Outline> ①The current state of the Japanese printing industry and the need of major streamlining ②Cases from a mid-sized successful Japanese printing company with advanced MIS. ③What ‘s 「 total optimization」 and 「 advanced MIS」 The roadmap to achieve total optimization.       Maturing growth in printing  ←Maturity of Japanese economy and printing demand ←Over capacity caused by advancement in printing technology ←Reduced added value in prepress Process:        Maturing growth in printing  ←Maturity of Japanese economy and printing demand ←Over capacity caused by advancement in printing technology ←Reduced added value in prepress Process Effects from the diffusion of the Internet:  Effects from the diffusion of the Internet ・Advertising spending among  the 4 major media has gone down for two consecutive years ・Media-mix has become the norm in advertisement planning ・Lowering the position for both broadcast media and paper media among advertising media Declining Shipment of Printed Products vs. GDP Ratio and GDP Elasticity Value :  Declining Shipment of Printed Products vs. GDP Ratio and GDP Elasticity Value ・GDP elasticity values of printing industry in advanced countries drop below 1.0. ←Maturity of the demand ←Less added value in prepress ←Reduced prices due to overcapacity ←Negative impact from the diffusion of the Internet ・U.S. printing industry’s case 2006:0.8 2007:0.7 2008:0.6  Changes in supply and demand balance with number of business establishments:   Changes in supply and demand balance with number of business establishments ・Demand and supply balance  1 ~1985    demand > supply  1985~1990   demand = supply  1990年~     demand < supply ・The number of business establishments followed the changes in the demand and supply ・Projection of GDP Growth Rate  2% on average year-over-year for the next 10 years ・The total population has started to decline →The demand and supply gap of approximately 2% is expected   →Lead to even stronger competition ・Over 10,000 companies during the next 5 years will be making their way out of industry. The need to create a new Mechanism ○Reducing prices and turnaround time to 1/2 in the next five years time:  The need to create a new Mechanism ○Reducing prices and turnaround time to 1/2 in the next five years time ・Future requirements for cost cutting and reduction of turnaround time will be unachievable only through introducing new production equipment. ・Offset printing presses : 52,000  Web offset pres : 1,450 ・ Number of 8 color sheet-fed offset presses is increasing ←Convert two 4 color presses into one 8 color press →Reducing manning requirements from 3 to 2 persons → Eliminating almost half day for drying ・The level of productivity achieved by the leading edge printing press  is close to reaching their ultimate level.  Printing presses productivity reaching ultimacy ○Case Study: Vanfu,Co. Inc. :   Printing presses productivity reaching ultimacy ○Case Study: Vanfu,Co. Inc. ・Founded as a phototypesetting business  →expanded through service bureau ・First installed 4-color sheet-fed press 7 years ago  The company certified capability of printing  10 4-color very short run jobs per hour→ Only 6 minute for 1 job ・Accept only jobs with a short run no more than 3000 copies. ・Greatest characteristic is their ability to “guarantee”  quick delivery (1 day) and open prices ・Sales went from “\0” to “US$40million” in 7 years! ・Can we expect the emergence of any new press that will bring     reduction in cost and turnaround time to one half of current level. Any technologies for streamlining after CTP?:  Any technologies for streamlining after CTP? ・6000 plate setters for aluminum plates installed world wide annually ・3,000 CTP plate setters already installed in the Japan ・60% of total lithographic plates are CTP ・Diffusion of CTP will saturate by 2008 ・CTP has been a big contributor in reducing costs & turnaround past 10 years  → Can we expect the emergence of any new equipment enabling similar reduction in time and cost as CTP? ・What will be able to achieve to reduce cost and turnaround by 1/2 ? →The solution lies in streamlining non-production operations   at least in JAPAN Streamlining the remaining white collar employees ○Less than 30% of sales staff’s work is directly associated with sales ○measures to improve this situation ①Reducing traveling time  →Send and receive copies and proofs through communication lines. ② Reducing time for generating slips  →Introduction of effective estimation applications ③Cutting down on time spent on various communications  →Sharing Information using the web.:  Streamlining the remaining white collar employees ○Less than 30% of sales staff’s work is directly associated with sales ○measures to improve this situation ①Reducing traveling time  →Send and receive copies and proofs through communication lines. ② Reducing time for generating slips  →Introduction of effective estimation applications ③Cutting down on time spent on various communications  →Sharing Information using the web. Challenges in printing companies:  Challenges in printing companies <goal> ・Reduce current prices and turnaround to one half <the measures> ・ Streamlining at the production site would not be enough ・ Streamlining at non-production operations will become essential. →Remove obstacles in distribution of information, Resolve bottlenecks in communication, Improve efficiency in administration activities. →Not only introducing CIM is enough → Introducing EC/EDI, Rebuilding management systems are imperative. Success stories from streamlining non-production operations:  Success stories from streamlining non-production operations <Outline of the company>  Number of employees:150 Annual turnover : 4.5 billion yen, sales profitability of 8%. Equipment 12 web offset , 8 multicolor sheet-fed press, 2 other printing presses + plate-making , post press equipment ・What is unique →Not using MIS functions for calculating figures or generating slips only, →Automating time-consuming, cumbersome activities   through various simulations using computer capabilities, ・Result  Succeeded in achieving over 200 million yen cost reduction on a annual basis  5% improvement in profitability   Streamlining non-production operations (1) ○Improving sales productivity:    Streamlining non-production operations (1) ○Improving sales productivity <situation> ・Extremely more administration work compared to work to be accomplishing. ・Took a lot of time to prepare estimates ・Different sales staffs were providing significantly different estimations for a product with the same specifications. ・There were exceeding profits but at times there were significant losses. <measure to improve> ・The standardization and automation of the estimation process. <result> ・The estimation is completed in 5 to 10 minutes. ・The number of sales staffs has been reduced from 45 to 25.  →Nearly 100 million yen reduction per year in labor costs. Streamlining non-production operations(2) ○Improved productivity in production control:  Streamlining non-production operations(2) ○Improved productivity in production control <situation> ・ Experienced personnel had carried out production control →high labor costs. ・Difficult to maintain profitability with high labor costs in a non-production department. <measures> ・Development of a system that would allow anyone to manage scheduling. →Automatically calculates the cost of the products to selects the most suitable printing press →System can selects machine capable of carrying out the production in time for a specific delivery date. →Schedules can be viewed on site via the Internet. <result> ・Only 3 production control staff for these three plants with plate-making capability, 22 printing presses and finishing equipments Streamlining non-production operations (3) ○Reduction of transportation costs and sales operations :  Streamlining non-production operations (3) ○Reduction of transportation costs and sales operations <situation> ・The company receives 35,000 orders annually ・Sales staffs make arrangements for delivery for each item.  →Deliveries for the same area around the same time of the day were made by different transportation companies .→high delivery cost( 7% against annual sales value) →Time consuming work on the sales staffs <measures> ・Automatically groups deliveries having close delivery timing and location by computer simulation ・Shipping assignments information will be automatically transmitted to transportation companies, the invoicing from the transportation companies to printing company were made automatically over the Internet.→ EDI (Electronic Data Interchange). ・Drivers of the transportation companies get information timely through mobile phones. <result> ・Over 100 million yen worth of cost reduction per year.  Streamlining non-production operations(4) ○Increased customer satisfaction、reduced operation :   Streamlining non-production operations(4) ○Increased customer satisfaction、reduced operation <situation> ・The biggest impediment within the production is the communication with external parties, such as customers and subcontractors. → Bottlenecks in improving production efficiency and reducing turnaround time. →Many people need to be involved in order to answer inquiries from customers   +Customer needs to wait in frustration. <measures> ・Developed system customers could check the printing and delivery schedules on their own using the web.. <result> ・Improved trust and reliability from customers. ・Sales and production control are relieved from the burden of responding to inquiries. Summary of cases:  Summary of cases ・Computers are used without limiting use to calculation and generating slips ・MIS is equipped with automated simulation and administrative processing functions, ・Developing a mechanism that combines the Internet and web. →Streamlining the various non-production operations has significant impact. →Streamlining should not focus just on CIM but need to set a broader scope From phase one to phase two of digitalization        ○digitization of each tool, equipment            → networking digitized tools, equipments :  From phase one to phase two of digitalization        ○digitization of each tool, equipment            → networking digitized tools, equipments Phase 1 Phase 2 PostScript for DTP Auto-plate Change CIP3/PPF(ink key control). etc CIP4/JDF(CIM,EC/EDI, MIS) Automation of each tool Collaboration between production equipments Collaboration between all System in the work flow Slide19:  Overall picture of total optimization with digital networking ●more automation (CIM) ●improvement of customer satisfaction (EDI/EC) ●execution of precise management (integrated systemization, digitized slip) ●increased efficiency in non-production operation  (computer simulation, Web) production sales, production control management   Components for digital network ・CIM, JDF compatible production equipment, MIS, standardization, EC/EDI ・Advanced MIS will be the core of the digital network. ・Advanced MIS must feature new function exceeding conventional capabilities like calculation and generating slips:    Components for digital network ・CIM, JDF compatible production equipment, MIS, standardization, EC/EDI ・Advanced MIS will be the core of the digital network. ・Advanced MIS must feature new function exceeding conventional capabilities like calculation and generating slips      Details for advanced MIS:       Details for advanced MIS         Roadmap for total optimization ○Advancement of MIS is the first in many cases Thank you for your attention:  Thank you for your attention

Add a comment

Related presentations

Related pages

Japan Japan (2007) - IMDb

The movie tells the story of Imri, who at 19 goes to live in Tel- Aviv, but dreams of moving to Japan. Through his relationships and encounters and in ...
Read more

japan2007 - Auftrittsfotos - foolpool - comedy.show ...

Vielen Dank für die Fotos an: Birgit Bode Objektverschönerin München - Videos - Fotos in Studioqualität - Fotos unserer Auftritte
Read more

JAPAN 2007 - 日本 2007

Dieses Wochenende habe ich so unglaubliche und wunderschoene Sachen erlebt... und das muss ich euch natürlich gleich erzählen :-) am Freitag abend war ...
Read more

Japan2007 - YouTube

Japan2007 from the Lordi's Videoblog 02.05.2007 register.lordi.org/videoblog. Category Music; License Standard YouTube License; Music "Hard ...
Read more

Johannes LeBong Notizen | Bericht aus Japan

Reisebericht Japan 2007 Seite 2 ...
Read more

japan2007 and shelf | vandango

For all the fans of the japan2007 theme for enlightenment: i'm working on a new version with shelf support. I'll release it in a few days.
Read more

Japan 2007

[Japan 2007] [Zeitliche Reihenfolge]
Read more

Liste der Nummer-eins-Hits in Japan (2007) – Wikipedia

Vom 1. Januar 2007 bis zum 31. Dezember 2007. Die letzte Woche im Jahr fällt mit der ersten Woche des neuen Jahres zusammen. Angegeben sind die ...
Read more

japan2007 - YouTube

japan2007 Stanley Yap. Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 3 3. Loading... Loading... ... Standard YouTube License; Show more Show less. Loading ...
Read more

FIFA Klub-Weltmeisterschaft Japan 2007 - FIFA.com

FIFA.com nutzt Cookies, um Informationen zu sammeln. Finden Sie mehr darüber hinaus.
Read more