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APICS Webinar: Measuring the Future: How to Achieve Superior Operational Performance in the Chemical Industry

Join supply chain leaders on May 2, 2017 at 10:00 AM CST.


The chemical industry faces challenges on a grand scale—new competitors around the globe, rapid technological advances, micromarket requirements, and industry consolidation. Yet even as executives wrestle with innovation for tomorrow, success today relies on efficient production. The first step in improving chemical plant performance is to benchmark against industry peers—and to plan for a more productive and profitable tomorrow.

In Measuring the Future: How to Achieve Superior Operational Performance in the Chemical Industry
, Manufacturing Performance Institute CEO, John Brandt, will detail specific management strategies and tactics that work hand-in-hand to achieve operational excellence. More importantly, he will provide specific metrics and quantitative targets that leaders must reach if they expect to achieve superior operational performance. Key themes and topics include:

  • Improving reliability
  • Increasing agility and responsiveness 
  • Reducing costs 
  • Maximizing return on invested capital (ROIC)

Don’t miss this chance to improve your organization’s productivity and profitability! 

APICS and The MPI Group lead the supply chain benchmarking space. APICS benchmarking incorporates over 20 years of data across industries, companies, sites and people, and is built based the SCOR metric hierarchy, combined with MPI’s robust historical data population. APICS, in alliance with MPI, works with chemical companies to assesses supply chain performance to implement transformative improvement plans. 

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