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GRANPAK ADOPTS HIFLOW AS ITS SOLUTION TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY 

GRANPAK sees increased production metrics, without increased staff 

 “Because of the rapid growth of our company, we knew we needed to implement an MIS. After implementing HiFlow, we did see increased production capacity as well as improved organizational procedures. Automation through HiFlow has increased our production capacity without the need to hire new employees.” – Mariusz Korczak, CEO, GranPak   


About Granpak 

 Granpak is a family company specializing in the production of cardboard and laminated packaging for 20 years. Granpak offers services from concept to finished products to its customers in the EU. Granpak chose HiFlow as its MIS system to be able to take on more work with fewer resources and optimize its operations. Read the complete case study on Granpak. 

Reporting tools collect real time accurate data 

With a comprehensive MIS for packaging manufacturing, Granpak is able to analyze processes before and after production, in real time. Error and downtime reports indicate points where changes or improvements are needed. Management can analyze performance of machines, as well as individually assess operators. It takes just a second to draw up reports on any analytics and business intelligence based on the data housed in HiFlow’s database. 

Connected systems allow visibility and control 

Through HiFlow’s MIS, Granpak personnel have instant info about status of each job, projects, PO amount, inventory, tools, workflow and many more with just one click in a system from their desks. When a quote becomes a job, HiFlow’s Workflow Diagram is instantly created and allows planning and scheduling to see all parameters of the job. What other factors influenced Granpak’s decision to use HiFlow?

-Comprehensive end-to-end functionality ·         

-Quality control statements generated automatically ·         

-Tools, machines, and templates management ·         

-Fast estimating, and quote to job ·         

-And one very important factor – HiFlow’s years of experience in supporting packaging companies in the international market 

Read Granpak’s Case Study.

It’s the new norm. Managing connected processes and data and automating day-to-day manufacturing operations has undoubtedly become the best strategy to help operations remain productive, efficient and effective in today’s challenging printing and packaging manufacturing industry. Implementing Industry 4.0 is no longer just an optional expense, taking second place to buying new equipment. The data show that adoption of Industry 4.0 can only add momentum to print manufacturers as they grow and morph in the coming decade.

Bring Industry 4.0 capabilities and Smart Factory into reality by implementing an MIS/ERP management system.

Have questions? Connect with one of our packaging & printing solutions consultants at HiFlow Solutions www.HiFlowSolutions.com.

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