Hjerno can now handle even more emergency repairs

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Hjerno can now handle even more emergency repairs

In the autumn of 2019, we established a permanent evening shift in our production, which has proven to be incredibly efficient and of great benefit to our customers.

In order to increase the flexibility of the evening shift - and, among other things, enable them to handle an increased number of emergency repairs - the employees of the evening shift have over the last few months been in training with the day shift to learn how to operate even more processing machines.

"We have recently seen a marked increase in repair orders. We are therefore extending the flexibility of the evening shift so that they to an even higher degree can perform urgent repairs throughout the night, which is a strong desire from many customers," explains Managing Director Aage Agergaard.

Eight-hour head start on repairs

He adds that of course all repairs cannot be performed in one night.

"But it still means that if we receive the tool at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, next morning we may have been working on it for eight hours."

Trained by Hjerno's most skilled employees

Until now, the employees of the evening shift have mainly had fixed tasks on fixed machines. In order to increase flexibility and thus capacity, the employees have in recent months been trained in operating even more machines - which requires, among other things, better knowledge of the various control systems of the machines.

"Therefore the employees in question have been trained by our most skilled operators. This also to ensure that they speak the same language when handing over tasks. We can see that this is one of the things that matters most in relation to the handover between the day shift and the evening shift," says Production Manager Kristian Jessen Hansen.