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Three Pocahontas employers are adding more than 150 new positions: Waterloo Industries Inc., 100 jobs; The Magee Co., 35 jobs; and Pro Group Inc., 20 jobs.
Waterloo Industries reduces cycle times 20% and cuts WIP and product scrap levels - all thanks to a new manufacturing execution system.
Managing its shop floor operations with a scheduling board hung on the plant wall and paper-based tickets for orders and work-in-process no longer worked well for Waterloo Industries. The manufacturer of tool boxes found this manual process to be cumbersome.
* Waterloo Industries Inc., a tool box maker with about 500 employees.
Waterloo industries, Waterloo, Iowa Application: Controls the sequence of jobs on the shop floor and tracks in real time the status of 3,000 individual parts used to produce a broad line of toolboxes.
WATERLOO INDUSTRIES Inc., a toolbox manufacturer, is expanding its Pocahontas operation for the sixth time since opening in 1972.
Waterloo Industries, opened in 1972, makes Sears Craftsman tool boxes, benches and cabinets.
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