Grammer Investing in Seat Production at Haselmühl in Germany
Project “Mayflower” is ushering in exciting times for the Grammer plant in Haselmühl, Germany, where one of the company’s largest production facilities for commercial vehicle seats is being completely realigned with immediate effect. The goal is as clear as it is ambitious: Haselmühl is to become the world’s most modern site in its field.
Unlike the historic sailing ship of the Pilgrim Fathers, to which the project owes its name, it is not only the destination of the “Mayflower” which is clearly defined. In addition, all the stages of the project have been planned in as much detail as possible. The basic structure is composed of nine fields of action whose initials form the word “Mayflower” – from “M” for “Mastered and Predictive Processes” to “L” for “Leadership in Digitalization” and “R”, which stands for “Resilience to External Influences”.
Comprehensive investment program
To start off, sub-projects have been defined and a comprehensive investment program set up