Inside every company, there is a better one. These case studies are an illustration of how Staufen can help you find that better company. Learn more about the challenges and obstacles other companies have confronted — and how Staufen helped them overcome them.
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MAQUET - Operation future
The first heart transplant was performed in 1967. The company that manufactured the operating table? Maquet. Nearly 50 years after this ground-breaking procedure, this subsidiary of the Getinge Group from Sweden underwent an operation of its own – under the guidance of Staufen.Go to page
Kreissparkasse Göppingen - Lean pays off
KSK Göppingen - Lean pays off
Firmly rooted in its city and region, the Kreissparkasse (district savings bank) in Goeppingen takes a local approach. For over 40 years, Sparkasse Tower has been an unofficial emblem of this city of roughly 60,000 inhabitants. Throughout the district, Kreissparkasse Goeppingen employs 1,100 people in over 50 branch offices.Go to page
A breath of fresh air
Aerzener - A breath of fresh air
For 150 years, Aerzen has been producing equipment for compressing gases. And for decades, this machinery has been used around the world in blowers, to provide aeration at wastewater treatment plants, and for processing drinking water on cruise ships.Go to page
LTLS - Take off
Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services (LTLS), a fully-owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Technik, is one of the leading suppliers of logistics solutions for the aviation industry. The greatest cost factor here is time. With global growth propelling LTLS forward, by 2012 the moment had come for them to increase the efficiency and flexibility of their processes.Go to page