Industrial electronics repair
Industrial electronics repair services include professional electronics products such as: Industrial communication systems, control systems and power systems.
TDR is specialized of industrial electronics repair which require high quality and performance. TDR has specific industrial electronic repair program which take into account full scope of industrial electronics repair activity.
Removing waste time: All unnecessary steps must be removed. Products are clearly moving to next phase without delay.
Improving processes: Strict process analyses which will help to improve both processes and practices. Bottle necks can be eliminated, when facts show where products to be repaired are unnecessarily lying. Clear process steps also help controlling the phase of the products in the process and knowing always what the next step is.
Managing capacities: It is usual that work flow to the repair center varies. Sometimes the faulty stocks are full, sometimes empty. Ideally the customer and repair center plan and forecast together the capacities in order to reduce volume variation. The total cost analyzed together with industrial electronics repair service provider and customer: this way both parties win. Savings by collecting larger shipments might be in the end more costly due to the repair center capacity challenges. On the other hand, the outcome can be just the opposite. Total cost can be lower, but repair time increases – which also has its costs.
Focusing on repair quality prevents additional costs. The industrial electronics repair should be managed with high quality results in the first place. If repairs are not done carefully, the final testing fails… and the work has to be done again. Secondly high-quality repairs perform better in use and avoid another failure. Responsible and skillful repair technicians and engineers are an asset for high productivity.
Securing material management: The industrial electronics repair process should not be prolonged due to component or even packing material shortage. Professional purchasing and materials management are important enablers of a smooth repair process.