Automation & Data Acquisition

Elsewedy Electric Integrates RFID in 26 Factories

OGTech and Feig Electronic support Elsewedy Electric using RFID as a reliable data capture technique for the automation of the supply chain.

Both OGTech and Feig Electronic support Elsewedy Electric using RFID!

In most of the Elsewedy Electric factories, there are four main areas – raw materials, production/ sub-assembly, quality and finally, the finished product.

In each of these areas, three main processes are applied – receiving, storage or processing (depending on the area in question) and lastly, issuing. Taking the area of raw materials as an example, the raw material is first received, then stored in a warehouse and issued for production. Production then receives the raw material and processes it in the production line to be issued for quality. The quality area receives the raw material, processes it and will then issue it either for the finished product area or back to the production area if any modification is required. In the finished product area, it will also be received for the quality, stored and then issued to the customer.

Andreas Löw, Marketing & Corporate Communcations, FEIG ELECTRONIC & Ahmed Ghallab, Regional Commercial Manager, OGTech & Samuel Kirlos, Project Manager, OG Tech in an interview with RFID & Wireless IoT Global.

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Andreas Löw
Andreas Löw
Marketing & Corporate Communication
Weilburg, Germany
Andreas Binder
Andreas Binder
Head of Product Line PANMOBIL, International Sales
Cologne, Germany
Sascha Schöll
Sascha Schöll
Key-Account-Manager Identification / RFID
Weilburg, Germany
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