Bridgestone (Changzhou) Automotive Products Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Bridgestone Tire, is replacing its current manual scheduling system with a high-speed scheduling system developed by Tokyo-based Asprova. Bridgestone (Changzhou), located in Changzhou, China, produces and supplies shock-absorber parts to car manufacturers such as Toyota as its Tianjin location and Nissan at its Guangzhou location. Bridgestone is replacing its current manual scheduling system with a high-speed scheduling system developed by Tokyo-based Asprova.
"Our business is developing fast. The number of new products is ever increasing. By replacing our current manual scheduling procedures with Asprova's high-speed scheduling system, we expect our customer satisfaction level to greatly improve as a result of better precision and response time in handling orders and last-minute changes. We believe that this will maximize our company's profit level," says Yoichi Ohira, vice president of Bridgestone (Changzhou).
Shenzhen Eastnet Co., Ltd. will provide Bridgestone with training on the new high-speed APS system.
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