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the process or result of changing from one appearance, state, or phase to another

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On 1 January 2015, Lithuania adopted the euro as its official currency andthe changeover is running smoothly and according to plan.
Its latest report, Staggering Trainee Changeover, states: "There is a clear need for change in the process of trainee doctor changeover.
With increased speed and lower changeover time resulting in higher productivity, the platform allows manufacturers to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of their automated production lines.
The amount of changeovers, and thus the amount of product variety, is logically limited by the amount of time spent and the obstacles faced with each changeover.
The printed message automatically changes when the compound changes, eliminating the need for manual changeover.
Discussion of the importance of rapid changeovers and the great revenue-increase opportunities that can come from reducing changeover time.
Whether you run a small cabinet shop with 15 employees or a larger plant with 150 employees, you must minimize the negative effect of changeovers on the cost and throughput of the item being manufactured.
Schedules were characterized by high-volume runs of the same products with few changeovers and long lead times.
The benefits of reduced downtime resulting from faster changeovers and less downtime make the gun system, named Chameleon(TM), ideal for applications ranging from sift-proof packaging to bottom gluing in bag and sack assembly operations.
For example, the Ottawa shift system removes the need for quick changeovers and provides longer periods between shift changes.
When forecast error is high manufacturers produce and ship the wrong products to retailers; increasing inventory, transportation costs, manufacturing changeovers and stock-outs.
The report presents the most important aspects of the smooth and successful changeover and draws some conclusions for future changeovers in other Member States.
is said to dramatically reduce downtime for product changeovers, enhance control over product dimensions, reduce scrap, and eliminate shutdowns for die maintenance.
There are several key considerations when designing a food manufacturing facility to enable quick equipment changeovers.