Make It Happen for Food Production Planning Excellence

November 18, 2021 | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Online Event
Supply chain and production planning in the food manufacturing industry is a constantly changing landscape of consumer tastes, new product introductions, suppliers, recipes, ingredients and processes. Making optimal decisions in planning—while controlling costs, maintaining product quality and ensuring timely market delivery—is an uphill task filled with complexity and numerous factors to take into consideration.

Some of the key challenges faced by food manufacturers warrant the introduction of a digital solution for production planning:

  • Rising uncertainty in suppliers and the labor market demand agile supply chain planning
  • Innovation in production is necessary for keeping up with ever-changing market demand
  • Unique constraints such as ingredient storage and expiry need to be taken into consideration
  • Learn what it takes for your company to unlock operational excellence in food manufacturing.

Join us along with our partners at DS and gain insights into best practices for recipe-based production planning at The Kraft Heinz Company with Jesse MOYA, Staff Data Scientist. Discover considerations and best practices for optimizing material usage and throughput using the DELMIA Quintiq Supply Chain Planning solution and project insights from The Logic Factory.

What is the DELMIA Operations Series?

The DELMIA Operations Series is a series of monthly online meetings taking place every third Thursday of the month. Attendees can look forward to a variety of exclusive and insightful industry-specific online sessions, ranging from High Tech and Industrial Equipment to Retail and Transportation & Mobility. Each session introduces compelling expert insights on the challenges that companies are facing in their specific market, industry-relevant trends, and innovation topics that will help organizations build resilience into their operations today and prepare for the “next normal”.

About Roel van den Broek

Roel received his master’s degree in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Amsterdam. He joined The Logic Factory in 2008 and has been on the board since 2010. Roel has extensive experience as a management consultant, with an aptitude for designing and implementing solutions while recognizing business value. He has successfully completed a multitude of projects focused on transport logistics & industry for national and international companies.