You can call me harsh… but that’s way too slow.
Assuming that there are 5 workers, working 6hours (very generous in Chinese factories). There are 30hours in total.
No, i don’t understand any process from factory production, so need not to awaring me that I know nth in production.
I live in hk which working environment requires quick quick quick and accurate.
Please, anyone please persuade me this is an effective production. In early Oct, the team promised to give workers enough mooncakes. They should have had more than enough energy to work much efficient!
The factory managers have already had briefing sessions, (I believe 2 weeks ago? ) to ‘make sure every step is correct’ as the team claimed. So, I assume production has no problems made And the only contributing factor of 150 devices/day is the efficiency of worker.
You may blame me that the timeline does not alter, why are you flaming? I have already given up the timeline! I’ve waited for 9-10 months, I really don’t give any xxx to the 1 week. I’m writing, trying to rationale myself the production rate.
According to this production rate, early birds want to receive their devices by Christmas? You really should pray for Jesus the savior( sorry to other religious members).
2500/150= 16.7 days. By the time, it’s already 11Dec. Who knows if there is power shortage which lead to 3days delay. Who knows if there is qc failed machines which lead to 3 days to compensate the failed devices. Who knows if kostatinos leaves China, the factory yet again fails us. By the time they compensate for the accidents, the devices will arrive the warehouse before Christmas. But will the logistics deliver @christmas time?
Before flagging me, persuade me that this is efficient, everything will go smoothly and the production will ramp up by 300% (which I still think not efficient).