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GOLDWIND: Goldwind Shortens Financial Consolidation Time, Improves Production Efficiency, and Reduces Inventory Holding Costs
 

Company:
 Goldwind Science and Technology Co., Ltd
Sector:
 Turbines
Supply Chain Visibility Production Efficiency Planning & Scheduling


Goldwind Science and Technology Co., Ltd. is the world’s largest research and manufacturing enterprise for permanent-magnet, direct-drive wind turbines. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s MIT Technology Review has twice recognized Goldwind as one of the global, top-50 most-innovative companies. In 2013, Goldwind supplied more than 14,000 turbine units to customers, which eliminate the combustion of approximately 13 million tons of coal annually, reduce carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 39 million tons, and support reforesting of approximately 21 million cubic meters of land. The company is listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

Challenges
- Enhance interoperability between supply chains and manufacturing systems across 12 wind-turbine assembly plants to improve production efficiency
- Provide a consolidated view of enterprisewide business processes to reduce time and cost for month-end settlements and shorten the group-consolidation cycle time
- Improve efficiency of production planning, scheduling, and resources allocation to increase wind-turbine production capacity, boost labor productivity, and ensure timely customer delivery
- Enable users to rapidly create and share updated content for manufacturing operations, such as wind-turbine spare parts specifications, and for better analytic capabilities to improve quality control and customer service

 





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