PSI subsidiary PSI Metals Non Ferrous GmbH will be presenting solutions for production management in the metal industry from 09-11 October at the leading fair for the aluminium industry "ALUMINIUM 2012" in Düsseldorf, Germany. At the PSI stand (hall 9, stand 9F10) aluminium producers and processors can learn how PSImetals supports the optimisation of production processes. Recent solutions for energy management as a substantial part of a production management solution are in the focus of PSI's fair presence.
Based on various customer solutions for foundries PSI is demonstrating how PSImetals optimises not only classical objectives such as output, adherence to delivery dates and efficiency, but also the increasingly important cost factor of energy is integrated from the procurement through the short and medium-term planning to assertion in production management and aids in sustainable savings.
During the Aluminium Trade Fair also a job exchange forum takes place in Hall 13. PSI will be the exclusive sponsor of the "Recruiting Reception" in the afternoon of the 10th of October. Graduates of training programs from various universities will have the opportunity to get into contact with companies in the aluminium business to learn more about future working fields.
PSI Metals is a supplier of production management solutions in the metals industry combining SCM, APS and MES to optimise production and logistics. The software solution PSImetals enables manufacturers of steel and non-ferrous metals to ensure their competitive edge by helping them reach the goal of full, on-time, quality certified delivery of their customer orders, while respecting inventory, productivity and cost performance targets.
On the basis of its own software products, PSI AG develops and integrates complete solutions for energy management (electricity, gas, oil, heat), production management (metals, automotive, mechanical engineering, mining, logistics) and infrastructure management for transport and safety. PSI was founded in 1969 and employs more than 1,500 persons worldwide.