Integrating Manufacturing and Supply Chain

  • Are you worried about rising ingredient / energy / packaging costs impacting margins?
  • Interested in how implementing shop floor continuous improvement efforts could offset rising production costs?
  • Would you like to understand how you calculate inventory holding costs put in place to offset production variances?
  • Would you like to be able to build a business case to fund continuous improvement efforts based on both production and supply chain cost savings?

If you answered “YES” to any of the above, then I invite you to attend a webinar I am hosting on Thursday the 21st of March at 2pm EDT. In this webinar, Peter Hock, Vice President of  Continuous Improvement at ConAgra Foods and I will look at what it takes to develop a business case for integrating manufacturing into the supply chain. Real world customer examples and calculations will be provided that can be used as a template for your own continuous improvement strategy.

Attendees will each receive a free copy of a white paper GE recently developed around this topic covering the development of the business case in more detail.

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Barry Lynch

Barry, Global Marketing Director – Automation Hardware at GE's Automation & Controls business, passionately believes that connected machines, mobile data analytics and workforce enablement don’t have to be hurdles in business today. He leads the strategic direction of the company’s automation and information systems programs to help customers apply the power of the Industrial Internet to their businesses. By connecting machines, data, insights and people, our technology solutions deliver critical insight for greater operational efficiency, effectiveness and optimization. Learn more about how Barry works at GE on LinkedIn or follow him on Twitter at @BarryLynchGE.

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