Valmet’s management team has made modularity a cornerstone of its operation’s development, including the digitalization and “fit-for-purpose” visions.
Edscha Trailer Systems. How product architecture embeds customer needs, drives product planning and delivers business results.
Sidel. How product architecture embeds customer needs, drives product planning and realizes cost leadership and agility.
Johnson Controls Hitachi. How market segmentation clarifies customer needs, links company strategy and drives product planning.
MTS Systems. How a product architecture reduces unique part numbers, lowers customer project costs and shortens lead times.
Dynapac. How a product architecture helps reduce time to market for local variants, strengthens central product ownership and reduces cost.
Trane Commercial Air Handling. How a product architecture strengthens product leadership, reduces cost and goes beyond lean and process automation.
Guldmann People Lifting Systems. How a product architecture increases the number of variants, reduces cost and enables growth in new markets – building a bridge between strategy and results.
Whirlpool case story. How product architecture increases the number of variants, reduces costs and enables a rapid refresh of models – building a bridge between strategy and results.
Dellner offers production and after market services for train connection systems. Find out more about their customer-centric design and modular product architecture.
Peab is one of the largest contractors for building and home construction in the Nordics. Their modular product architecture enables flexible, affordable and attractive housing.
Alfa Laval supply gasketed plate-and-frame heat exchangers. Two key enablers for their cutting-edge order-to-configure process are configurability and an information model.
Bosch TT’s heat pump businesses faced a number of challenges. The company implemented a modularity program supported by Modular Management and achieved dramatic results.
How was Wärtsilä able to reduce complexity and accelerate value creation for the world’s most efficient engine?
Acquisitions, regional product variations and low-cost competition all meant Husqvarna needed to find new ways to rationalize part numbers, lower costs and globalize product design.