Premier EuroCase cuts lead time in half
February 14, 2019 | 4:30 pm CST
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DENVER, Colo. — Premier EuroCase has reduced its standard lead time from 10 business days to five. Premier EuroCase is a privately-held, full-service panel processor that specializes in laminating, manufacturing and custom components.

This increased efficiency is possible due to optimizing internal processes, and investments in automated machinery that speed inventory retrieval, cutting, and edgebanding.

By the end of the second quarter, Premier EuroCase will be the first company in the U.S. to have a completely autonomous production line from TFL production to finished banding. The line will consist of an automated inventory retrieval system, automated HPS robotic saws, and an automated laser edgebander, all integrated into a single autonomous system.

“Our investments in automated technology are paying off for our customers as we cut lead times without sacrificing quality.” Andy Wilzoch, president of Premier EuroCase, said. “We’re leveraging our lean manufacturing innovations to benefit current customers and attract new ones on the things that matter most to them: speed, quality, and price.”

Premier EuroCase has already implemented the new lead time on standard panel and door orders. Their product portfolio (Reflekt, UltraMatte, Ion, Roücke HD, Roücke TFL, and HPL) offers more than 75 stocked color options for several markets including residential, commercial, multifamily, education, hospitality, and retail store fixtures. See http://www.premiereurocase.com.

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