For chemical manufacturers, being able to react quickly to quality variations or unexpected conditions will set them apart from the competition. Providing compliance documentation will ensure swifter movement through the supply chain.
Traci Purdum, senior digital editor, talks to David Weger, a senior Industry Marketing Manager at Microsoft, to understand the importance and benefits of Track and Trace.
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Chemicals companies are fairly complex organizations that are dealing with worldwide challenges including consolidation, regulatory issues, complex value chains and collaboration. In this Webcast, IDC Research Analyst Kimberly Knikle discusses strategies chemicals companies can implement to achieve profitable growth by improving their end-to-end sales lifecycle processes. Submitted by Microsoft Dynamics
In this video, Ray Rex, President of Hammond's HALOX Division, and Gerry Kaoukis, Hammond's IT Director, discuss their formula for reducing IT costs by 39%, reducing document management costs by 80%, improving service levels, increasing cross sell opportunities, and empowering their customers.
Chemical Processing's Editor-in-Chief has visited more than a few facilities in his time and, frequently, first impressions can be telling. For instance, it's often apparent from a cursory view how well a site is maintained and the quality of housekeeping.
See how this advanced technology multi-stage end suction pump provides an ANSI dimensional solution that will fit into an existing pump and piping footprint and offer optimized duty points to maximize pump efficiency and minimize internal wear.
Chemical Processing's Editor-in-Chief discusses a study that points to considerable cash flow benefits from better performance.
Effectiveness in using resources differs markedly among some major chemical companies and that difference has a significant financial dimension, according to a recent report "Sustainable Value Creation by Chemical Companies."
Chemical Processing's Editor-in-Chief notes that President Barack Obama announced his first nominees for the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB): Rafael Moure-Eraso, Ph.D., to be chair and Mark A. Griffon to be a member. If confirmed, these appointments would bring the board back to a full complement of five members.
Chemical Processing's Editor-in-Chief points out that chemical companies continue to face financial pressures. With funds tight for capital expenditures, there's less motivation to send engineers to the show, especially when firms also are curtailing non-essential travel to save money.
Chemical Processing's Editor-in-Chief reports Asian countries are gaining momentum according to the National Science Board's report to the President and Congress on the state of science, engineering and technology in the U.S.