Many times most bosses and senior journalists want to ask this question. This is a difficult question to say, whether it is appropriate or not. The point is which Angle you look at.
Consumers don't care whether our production is intelligent or not.
They only care about the buy ceramic tile, color whether accord with his thoughts, the product is health and safety, prevent slippery, antifouling and durable, easily processing shop is stuck, the merchant's perfect and thoughtful service, and I get the products and services is convenient enough.
As for whether the brick is custom-made, whether it's not customized, whether it's artificial, whether it's made by hand, it's 2,000 square meters per day, or 20,000 square meters, that's not what they care about.
Dealers don't want us to be smart.
The so-called sales in the tile industry is nothing more than that the manufacturer presses the capacity into the dealer's warehouse and then restores the goods in the dealer's pocket.
Once the manufacturer realizes intelligent production, it means the dealer will share more inventory in the future. The current market is not good, and they are at risk of exploding. Therefore, intelligent production is an added insult to them.
Workers don't want us to be smart.
No one wants his job to be stolen. But can not deny the fact that most of the workshop workers will lose their jobs because of intelligent manufacturing, especially those little skilled labor workers, such as moving bricks and so on, they will be more difficult to find a new job.
Investors, of course, are hungry for smart production.
Because it can be cheaper and more efficient, intellectualized production is indeed deeply beloved by investors.
You can see, the newspaper of the investors, they frequently spoke and said "this year, how much to increase our sales task/breakthrough one hundred million yuan", "we will be how much new production lines this year," "to consider the enterprise need to do big and stronger"...
It is conceivable that capacity is so entrenched that they rarely seem to see problems in terms of consumers, dealers, grassroots workers, industry and society.
Administrative managers should be uneasy about intelligent production.
In the short term, intelligent production does make people look good. It can reduce energy consumption, reduce enterprise's harm to the ecological environment, and improve local industrial production value.
But in the long run, the problem is serious, for two simple examples: first, the old inventory has caused a headache and suddenly added so many new inventory, what should we do? Second, so how do we deal with the workers who lose their jobs?
Therefore, with regard to intelligent production, we should not consider whether we need it or not. You think fit, it fits, that's the best answer.