A lot has changed since the war started. The cost of metallurgical material, its lack, disruptions in the supplier chains up to the sharp increase in the energy costs. Product prices were often valid only for several hours and most orders could not be confirmed in terms of material availability. That ultimately affected the precision and quantity of deliveries. Almost no machine was complete when entering the assembly line.
We had to react and start doing things differently. To maintain the production operation, it was enough to have at least the main components for the machine assembly to allow its handling along the line and towards the storage areas. When the missing parts were procured, the machines did not go back to the assembly lines but they continued to new designated workstations.