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Management Process Alignment – The Strategy for Maximized Profit for Chemical Companies?

Author / Editor: Laura Rokohl / Dominik Stephan

The understanding of complex market scenarios and the ability to react to sudden changes, can often make or break an established business. This scenario has more implications in chemical companies has the risks are higher. This article takes a closer look at how technology can help over power issues and steer a company in the right direction.

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Expanding portfolios have caused the number of products to grow, thereby requiring the responsiveness of manufacturing plants to improve
Expanding portfolios have caused the number of products to grow, thereby requiring the responsiveness of manufacturing plants to improve
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The economic picture for the specialty chemical industry remains uncertain. Numerous complex challenges continually threaten to ‘slay’ the business of chemical operators on a day-to-day basis. To be a leading ‘player’ today, overcoming these challenges is crucial to stay competitive and ensure the entire supply chain is optimized. Expanding portfolios have caused the number of products to grow, thereby requiring the responsiveness of manufacturing plants to improve.

Supply chain leaders need to evaluate issues affecting their business where operational ‘slayers’ can kill profitability. Hence, they must make adjustments to keep the operation sustainable and be able to respond quickly to customer demands. It is important to identify some of the main challenges that harm the business in order to put in place appropriate measures to safeguard commercial targets.