Carinafour’s Maarit Lappalainen attended ECOPRODIGI’s “Heading towards digital and eco-efficient shipping in the Baltic sea region” seminar in Copenhagen On November 20th. Watch this video to hear the key takeaways from the excellent keynote speakers and panel discussions. Maarit highlights the importance of integration for the future of the maritime industry, recognising that new technology Read more about ECOPRODIGI seminar: Towards digital and eco-efficient shipping in the Baltic Sea region[…]
Carinafour is attending the Digital Construction Week in London on October 17th and 18th. The focus is innovation and technology in the built environment, which is a topic that Carinafour places a great deal of importance on. At Carinafour, we’re always looking for ways to innovate and improve our customers’ processes through the use of Read more about New technology in the construction industry[…]
Digitalisation provides benefits at all stages of production processes, from simple task completion to managing entire processes. At Carinafour we recognise the importance of digitalisation for providing a platform and tools for significant, sustainable growth and improvement for our customers. Digitalisation requires investments in technology and to get returns from these investments, it’s crucial to Read more about Integrating technology, processes and people through digitalisation[…]
Carinafour, press release, 31st August 2018 at 11AM EEST Carinafour is participating in a consortium involving leading marine industry players to collaborate in developing new levels of performance and environmental efficiency for container vessels. The consortium is led by Dubai based Zaitoun Green Shipping Ltd (ZGS). Carinafour, as a leading-edge company in developing and operating Read more about Carinafour joins industry consortium to develop state-of-the-art container vessels[…]
Discussing the benefits of 3D scanning for the shipyard industry, attending ECOPRODIGI workshop in Klaipeda, Lithuania. Digitalisation of shipyard processes
Carinafour and Fira Palvelut Oy have signed a letter of intent aiming at a long-term strategic partnership
Carinafour’s Chairman of the board Ari Viitanen held a workshop as part of the Business Camp Turku event on the 4th of April which discussed competitiveness of companies as a leadership issue.
When the number of goods produced increases at our customer’s site, it is necessary to quickly increase the number of employees to meet the newly changed production requirements. In such a case, also the one-piece flow of production needs to be altered, in order to keep the level of unfinished products in minimum. When the number of goods produced increases at our customer’s site, it is necessary to quickly increase the number of employees to meet the newly changed production requirements. In such a case, also the one-piece flow of production needs to be altered, in order to keep the level of unfinished products in minimum.
Carinafour’s daily management system, C4 Floor Management, has been developed to respond to the requirements of our customers in the marine industry. C4 Floor Management is a part of the C4 Production System and in line with the principles of Kaizen; it is in continuous development in our company. Carinafour’s daily management system is an integral part of production scheduling, safety planning, communication and control. C4 Floor management also enables continuous development of production and manufacturing processes while ensuring fulltime controllability of production processes.
With the newly organised one-piece flow logistics, the materials are gathered to picking train wagons and the quantities of the materials have been synchronised with the set takt time of the assembly line. All of the quantities and delivery times in each wagon are known which assists the logistics employees in knowing what the assembly line employees need at different times and subsequently reduce the need to go back and forth to collect materials. Changing the logistics process has also resulted in increasing the number of the picked materials; before, the materials that were directly taken to the assembly line with a forklift truck are now also loaded to the picking train wagons with the rest of the materials, consequently reducing the forklift truck traffic inside the assembly hall.