About the Webinar

In food manufacturing and distribution, profitability is all about the details, including plant downtime and maintenance, overtime, purchasing practices, raw materials management, customer service practices, and measuring performance against goals. How do CFOs, controllers, and plant managers determine if they are bleeding cash through inefficiencies and lost opportunities?

In this training webinar, Daniel Campos (Managing Partner, London Consulting Group), presents best practices for implementing operational performance improvement projects to help companies find and quantify areas where they can enhance revenue, reduce costs, and increase profits. As a result of assessments and the implementation of improvements, organizations typically achieve a variety of competitive advantages, including more accurate forecasting, improved communication between sales, production, and procurement, and a greater focus on profitable clients, products, and production lines.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The importance of operational performance improvement assessments and the methodology behind them
  • How to build a roadmap for the process
  • How OEE and software solutions help increase the visibility of manufacturing efficiency in your food facility
  • How the operational changes you make as a result of performance improvement assessments can yield better accountability from organizational leaders

Daniel Campos

Managing Partner | London Consulting Group

Daniel is Managing Partner at London Consulting Group, a multinational operations consulting company with presence in 22 countries. He has over 15 years of experience serving Fortune-500 and family-owned clients in the USA, Mexico and the Americas, in industries as diverse as food manufacturing, healthcare, insurance and medical devices. He received a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering in his native Mexico. Daniel enjoys family life in Irvine with his wife Lucy and their two daughters, where they like to travel and camp out under the stars.

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