The PSI subsidiary PSI Metals Non Ferrous GmbH will be presenting solutions for production management in the metal industry from 14-16 September at the world's leading fair for the aluminium industry "ALUMINIUM 2010" in Essen. At the PSI stand (Hall 6, Stand 6A32) aluminium producers and processors can learn how processes in molding and milling can be holistically harmonised and optimised with PSImetals.
On the basis of examples of customer solutions for the Hamburg foundry of Hydro Aluminium Deutschland GmbH and for the foil manufacturer Teich AG, PSI will show how PSImetals optimises the use of material with regard to the composition of batches and scrap utilisation, completely controls material throughout all the processes, attains a greater transparency in all the processes by increased automation and standardisation of processes and thereby creates greater satisfaction for manufacturers and customers.
PSImetals, as the solution for production management in the metal industry, supports all the processes from planning through production to delivery with products tailored specifically for this industry. Taking the complex requirements in the production of steel and aluminium into consideration PSImetals allows manufacturers to expand their competitive advantages. Corporate goals with regard to the volume of inventory, productivity and throughput are optimally attuned to customer-oriented goals such as flexibility, punctual delivery and quality. The new product version PSImetals combines the advantages of the products previously marketed in parallel by the companies AIS, 4Production and PSI into a single integrated solution.
PSI AG develops and integrates complete solutions, on the basis of its own software products, for the management of energy networks (electricity, gas, oil, heat, water), cross-company production management (metals, automotive, mechanical and plant engineering, mining, logistics) and infrastructure management for telecommunications, transport and safety. PSI was founded in 1969 and employs 1,400 persons in the group