Enhancing Packaging Line Efficiency for Improved Equipment Performance

Enhancing Packaging Line Efficiency for Improved Equipment Performance

03/22/2017, 4:15 PM - 5:00 PM

Meeting Room 3


A primary challenge for life sciences manufacturing is to ensure uptime and throughput within their packaging operations. Inefficiencies in the packaging operation can contribute more than 20% to your waste, in addition to increased maintenance costs, throughput reductions, and quality breaches. One proven solution is using an integrated OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) solution that provides oversight, management and analytics for optimizing your packaging lines. It has been shown to increase packaging efficiencies by at least 10%, productivity by 20% and quality by 15%. This presentation will discuss the foundation of what OEE can provide life sciences manufacturers, with some real-life use and benefits.


  • Wen Jian Lee


    Life Sciences Offer Manager

    Schneider Electric Software Holdings

    Wen Jian joined Schneider Electric as Offer Manager, industry solutions for Life Sciences vertical. Prior joining Schneider Electric, Wen Jian was...

  • David Mills





Type of Session

  1. Type of Session

Learning Objectives

  1. Learning Objectives 1. Participants will learn what OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is, and why it should matter to them in their packaging operations. 2. Participants will learn what a Manufacturing Execution System is, and why it can assist in the pursuit of quality within a packaging line. 3. Participants will learn different methodologies for implementing an OEE solution, to choose the correct one for their environment.


  1. Track
    Enhancing Processing & Production Utilizing Innovation

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