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Different industries, different challenges

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Chemicals

Balance challenging trade-offs

Serving a specialty and commodity market, chemicals supply chains are caught between the uncertainties of global demand and the push effects resulting from the various batch, campaign, and continuous or semicontinuous production flows. Assets must be used to their full potential.

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Consumer goods

Why be afraid of short product life cycles?

There are tough challenges in the consumer goods industry. Competition is fierce, margins are tight, and product life cycles are getting shorter. Demand is volatile, phase-ins and phase-outs must be managed, asset utilization must be optimized, and DC networks must be balanced.

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Life sciences

The constant dash turns to satisfaction

The life sciences supply chain is in a constant flux. Pharmaceutical companies are constantly engaged in making the right products in the right way at the right time. They need to orchestrate all operations, from chemical synthesis or biological fermentation through drug product manufacturing, packaging, and distribution.

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Metals

Too complex to manage? Think again!

The inherent complexities of your metals supply chain tend to impact your customer service, increase inventory levels and raise costs. It is vital to maximize asset utilization, minimize scrap, keep inventory levels low, and improve delivery performance.

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Paper, film & packaging

Embracing the global digital era

Paper and plastic film markets are evolving, leading to volatile demand dynamics and evermore complex manufacturing challenges. Campaigns need to be tuned to demand, balancing the mix of operations and optimizing cutting and trimming plans.

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In addition to the industries featured above, we’ve developed solutions for food and beverage, dairy, animal feed, starch, cement, floor covering, tires, aerospace, mining, glass, rubber, textiles, wood, and more.
  • Chemicals
  • Consumer goods
  • Life sciences
  • Metals
  • Paper, film & packaging
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Chemicals

Balance challenging trade-offs

Serving a specialty and commodity market, chemicals supply chains are caught between the uncertainties of global demand and the push effects resulting from the various batch, campaign, and continuous or semicontinuous production flows. Assets must be used to their full potential.

Consumer goods

Why be afraid of short product life cycles?

There are tough challenges in the consumer goods industry. Competition is fierce, margins are tight, and product life cycles are getting shorter. Demand is volatile, phase-ins and phase-outs must be managed, asset utilization must be optimized, and DC networks must be balanced.

Life sciences

The constant dash turns to satisfaction

The life sciences supply chain is in a constant flux. Pharmaceutical companies are constantly engaged in making the right products in the right way at the right time. They need to orchestrate all operations, from chemical synthesis or biological fermentation through drug product manufacturing, packaging, and distribution.

Metals

Too complex to manage? Think again!

The inherent complexities of your metals supply chain tend to impact your customer service, increase inventory levels and raise costs. It is vital to maximize asset utilization, minimize scrap, keep inventory levels low, and improve delivery performance.

Paper, film & packaging

Embracing the global digital era

Paper and plastic film markets are evolving, leading to volatile demand dynamics and evermore complex manufacturing challenges. Campaigns need to be tuned to demand, balancing the mix of operations and optimizing cutting and trimming plans.

More coverage

In addition to the industries featured above, we’ve developed solutions for food and beverage, dairy, animal feed, starch, cement, floor covering, tires, aerospace, mining, glass, rubber, textiles, wood, and more.

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