Manufacturers face different types of challenges from space constraints to a need for modularity, productivity constraints to the ability for a single machine to do multiple-functions. A thorough assessment of the manufacturer’s requirement allows us to think of relevant solutions. This may be in the form of a customised solution for a specific customer or a solution that benefit an entire segment of customers. This orientation of assessing requirements and developing solutions is what we refer to as ‘Think Solutions’.
Thinking of solutions is not an easy approach to adopt, but it’s the path we’ve chosen. Sometimes it means going through a lot of analysis to provide the customer an off the shelf machine, but we follow this process with the satisfaction that we gave him not just any product, but the right product.
‘Think Solutions’ means that we don’t stop with identifying one solution to a customer’s requirement. Instead we look at multiple solutions so that we can deliver greater value for the customer’s investment. This also allows us to offer different options to customers that they can choose from.
Solutions sometimes require us to create something completely new that pushes the boundaries of our design, technology and innovation skills. Creating anything new has an element of risk in it but we have built the courage to constantly innovate for our customers.