Production Service



Due to fast changing markets and ever shorter product lifecycles, either single production line or an entire production location can be planned and operated as a project, but before we start to plan product or service for the market we recommend to start with Market-Research finding out market needs, what customers will be willing to pay for and how they want it, market research is made by Knoritech, and if needed with outdoor assistance. Second is a “Way of Producing” such as:

  1. Job-Production which involves the production of single product or service.
  2. Batch production, which is production of batches of similar products.
  3. Mass production – large scale production such as medical plant manufacturing. For example, Covid-19 anti-virus vaccine, which involves flow production.


Knoritech services includes: Production Introduction, Production Planning, Deployment backed by current and future-plans (ramp-up project). Relevant Characteristics of Product Lines, Practice Area Expertise, Market Research, Classification of a Product Line, Production plan and strategy, Interactions Between Production and Strategy to Core Assets and Structure core assets. Industrial manufacturing processes, process development, implementation, production reliability, consistency, traceability, Usability, and evaluation. Effectively optimizing any production system requires an understanding of the production systems, objectives, and use of operations science which helps understanding and controlling production system’s behavior; enables to manage use of capacity, inventory, and time under the ever-present effects of variability. Manufacturing technology, engineering & industrial, mechanical and management science, and engineering, and optimization of complex processessystems, or manufacturing issues. Involved with engineering procedures in manufacturing processes and production methods.


Knoritech has over ten years of experience in manufacturing projects at various geographical areas and industries such as USA, Germany, China, Korea, Israel and more… Medical, dental, communication, military, optical, metal, material, and more. Establishing a production line, developing, and implementing working process, users, and procedures. Experience including direct and maturational employee management of groups and outsourcing. Negotiation, contracts, creative problem solving capabilities, consent, sharing and vision among organizations and stakeholders. Planning and executing new and adjust strategies. Pricing models, financial analysis and return on investment models. Development, improvement, and implementation of integrated systems and people, cost evaluation, knowledge, online information, data analysis, automation, energy saving, material processing, as well as analysis and synthesis. working with various tools and methodologies such as: MS Project DFM, DFT, Lean, 6σ, Muda, and more …


In the nineties, following the global industry globalization process, the emphasis was on supply chain management, and customer-oriented business process design. Theory of constraints developed by an Israeli scientist Eliyahu M. Goldratt (1985) is also a significant milestone in the field. The objective is to improve efficiency, drive up effectiveness of manufacturing, quality control, and to reduce cost while making their products more attractive and marketable.

Business Development

“Ask ten VP’s of Business Development what is business development, and you’re like to get just as many answers., such as: Sales, Partnerships, Concisely, other will say Vaguely, the startup folks will say evasively” Scott Pollack Contributor (Frobs)


Business development is the creation of long-term value for an organization from customers, markets, and relationships figuring out how the interactions of those forces combine together to create opportunities for growth; Long-Term Value – creating opportunities with added value to persist over the long-term, to keep the floodgates open so that value can flow indefinitely, succeed in consistently growing an organization.


Customers – “Customers are paying the bills”, pay you for your products and services, and without them you will not have any business to develop.

Markets – One way to understand markets is by geography – if I only focus on selling in the U.S. only. But customers also “live” in markets that are defined by their Sector, gender, age, preferences, industry, fields of interests and more.

Relationships – Connections that exist between all entities that engage in commerce. That includes relationships between various Stakeholders in any business network, such as those between employers and employees, employers, and business partners, and all the companies a business associates with.


Innovative and motivating environment creates new and advance business opportunities, drive the growth of customers, and help shape the future of an emerging technology. Support customers make the transformational move to new working process, product, and service by understanding their business issues, and adjust the service ass needed. Support customers with hands-on education, training, and mentorship will enable to grow, learn, and be successful. Follow-up projects, partnership, and customers with prospects services in a timely manner, identify and qualify leads and engage with customers in the early stages.


Liaise with customers ranging from startups to established enterprises, and across all levels and departments to help enable customer success and support adoption of services, procedures, and processes.  Work closely with top level management, investors, board the greater account management teams helping develop and meeting customer needs.


Business consulting for entrepreneurs in the formation of projects and work plans, executed professionally and efficiently using business management tools, workplan, knowledge, and experience. Training in business management, finance issues, marketing and sales, legal, legislative, and commercial aspects. Characterization of business ideas and participation in R&D ventures, transfer from development to production and more …

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