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competitive edge

Metal production and manufacturing must meet tight delivery schedules whilst managing complex production sequencing - and dealing with last minute changes and rush requests. Production schedules can easily ramp up to thousands of inter-related jobs for just a few days production. Optimising this planning landscape whilst juggling resource constraints and fully obeying rules regarding manufacturing sequencing and tolerances can be incredibly difficult. How do you maintain a sustainable, profitable business that delivers on time, every time with the minimum waste and cost?

Generate production schedules that auto-balance supply and demand

Optimising production processes is one of the core capabilities of toc's planning platform. Our technology helps planners and production controllers visualise production loading to minimise bottlenecks and increase production line utilisation. Our innovative platform can help model the specific factory layout employed to plan in your controllers' language. Last minute and just-in-time manufacturing plans can be generated in seconds using our Rubix optimisation engine. The result is a competitive edge, minimising production steps and costs and maximising output.

Production Planning

Optimise your production resources to achieve high throughput, low inventory costs and satisfy customers

Supply & Demand Planning

Accurately predict and extrapolate planning of supply & demand to guarantee sufficient resources at the right time

toc Optimisation Platform


Production Optimisation

Set the goals of your planning problem and our engine will produce an optimal production schedule


Capacity Planning

Understand what level of capacity is required in order to fulfil known and simulated demand requirements


Scenario Planning

Generate different solutions to planning problems and quantitatively assess each one with scenario tools


Constraint Optimisation

Our Rubix Optimisation Engine utilises the latest algorithms to solve any planning problem

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