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6 Steps for Keeping
Your Industrial Plant
Relocation on Track
[ Exclusive SlideShare Guide ]
“There’s no margin for error in an
industrial plant relocation. It’s
important to plan every aspect of
the project, even d...
Step #1: Create a layout of the new facility.
First, draft a layout of the new facility that will serve as the map for the...
Step #2: Review your equipment, parts, and materials.
The less you move, the faster and more
efficient the process will be...
Step #3: Develop a relocation and installation schedule.
Limit the amount of downtime in your facility.
Stagger the reloca...
Step #4: Design and build required packaging.
You might think you simply need either cardboard or wooden boxes. However,
c...
Step #5: Create work instructions for contractors.
Determine who will actually disassemble the
equipment and package the p...
Step #5: Create work instructions for contractors.
Create detailed work instructions
for your packaging crews. Make
sure y...
Step #6: Log all parts, materials, and equipment.
Finally, before you start the actual work of packaging and
relocation, i...
Step #6: Log all parts, materials, and equipment.
An industrial packager will likely be able to
barcode every item and pac...
Step #6: Log all parts, materials, and equipment.
You need transparency and verification to verify that the relocation was...
12
THE BOTTOM LINE ➜
“Moving into a new facility can be a
complex and challenging task.
But with the right plan and the right
partner, you can ...
14
For more information, or to discuss your own plant relocation:
http://info.deufol-us.com/plant-relocation
http://blog.d...
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➜ 6 Steps for Keeping Your Industrial Plant Relocation on Track — Deufol North America

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➜ 6 Steps for Keeping Your Industrial Plant Relocation on Track — Deufol North America

  1. 1. 6 Steps for Keeping Your Industrial Plant Relocation on Track [ Exclusive SlideShare Guide ]
  2. 2. “There’s no margin for error in an industrial plant relocation. It’s important to plan every aspect of the project, even down to the smallest detail. 2 Follow this 6-step checklist to get started. ➜
  3. 3. Step #1: Create a layout of the new facility. First, draft a layout of the new facility that will serve as the map for the relocation process. Your layout serves as the foundation for the rest of the relocation plan. Start here, and the rest of the plan will fall into place more easily. 3 ▰ Where do certain machines go? ▰ Where are you storing materials and inventory? ▰ How should shelving be installed in the facility?
  4. 4. Step #2: Review your equipment, parts, and materials. The less you move, the faster and more efficient the process will be. Audit your equipment, parts, and materials and determine whether they should be relocated, refurbished, used, or scrapped. Take some time to review your equipment and your inventory. You may be able to lighten the load for your relocation and make your facility leaner and more efficient. 4
  5. 5. Step #3: Develop a relocation and installation schedule. Limit the amount of downtime in your facility. Stagger the relocation process so you can keep some systems running in the old facility and start others as quickly as possible in the new. Consider your production requirements and your core processes. Then create a schedule that allows you to stagger your relocation and minimize the disruption of the relocation. 5
  6. 6. Step #4: Design and build required packaging. You might think you simply need either cardboard or wooden boxes. However, cardboard or wood packaging could cause serious damage to your products from exposure to heat or moisture, vibrations from transit, and other factors. 6 Consider working with a partner who specializes in industrial packaging and relocations. They can analyze your needs and identify risks. They can then design and build custom containers and boxes that minimize those risks.
  7. 7. Step #5: Create work instructions for contractors. Determine who will actually disassemble the equipment and package the parts, materials, and other items: either your in-house employees or contractors. Then, give clear instructions on exactly how and when each piece should be packaged and how it should be loaded. Don’t let your workers make their own decisions and judgment calls about how best to package your products and equipment. 7
  8. 8. Step #5: Create work instructions for contractors. Create detailed work instructions for your packaging crews. Make sure your instructions answer all questions about the packaging process. If you work with a packaging partner, they should be able to create these plans for you. 8 [ CONTINUED ]
  9. 9. Step #6: Log all parts, materials, and equipment. Finally, before you start the actual work of packaging and relocation, inventory all of your items that are moving to the new facility. This gives you a mechanism to ensure quality on the receiving end. Determine whether you have the technological capabilities to track each part and package through the relocation and view the entire process in real time. You can leverage your relationship with an industrial packaging partner to gain access to this kind of technology. 9
  10. 10. Step #6: Log all parts, materials, and equipment. An industrial packager will likely be able to barcode every item and package. They can scan those items as they move through the relocation so you always know where they are. The packager may also use photo documentation technology to verify the condition of items at each stage. That way, you can catch damage as it happens and pinpoint exactly when and where the damage occurred. 10 [ CONTINUED ]
  11. 11. Step #6: Log all parts, materials, and equipment. You need transparency and verification to verify that the relocation was a success. Without the right technology in place, you can’t measure performance. 11 [ CONTINUED ]
  12. 12. 12 THE BOTTOM LINE ➜
  13. 13. “Moving into a new facility can be a complex and challenging task. But with the right plan and the right partner, you can make it a seamless and pain-free transition. 13
  14. 14. 14 For more information, or to discuss your own plant relocation: http://info.deufol-us.com/plant-relocation http://blog.deufol-us.com/ Schedule a Consultation: 888.539.0617

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