The chemical industry continues to deal with significant challenges including increasing safety and environmental requirements. At the same time, consolidation and globalization of the industry presents both problems and opportunities in terms of business strategy, supply chain design and information systems.
Flexibility and responsiveness along with cost-out pressure and increasing customer requirements challenges the industry. The requirement to deploy business strategy effectively continues to highlight the need for Integrated Business Planning processes.
Oliver Wight has worked with some of the world’s best known chemical businesses, including AkzoNobel, BASF, Borealis, Borouge, BWA Water Additives, Crown Paints, DSM, Famar, Hempel, Nufarm, Oleon, Sun Chemical, Synthomer. We have helped them transform their way of working to tackle these challenges through business excellence programmes, so they can plan with greater certainty in an increasingly uncertain world.
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Transitioning from Sales and Operations Planning to Integrated Business Planning
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Oliver Wight Conference Highlights
Highlights from Oliver Wight's third annual conference in 2016.
Oliver Wight Event For Healthcare Leaders
Highlights from Oliver Wight's 2018 event for healthcare leaders
Brexit: What next for British companies?
With the future still full of uncertainty how can British companies plan ahead?
Brexit Conference Highlights 2018
Highlights from Oliver Wight's 2018 conference about the impact of Brexit on businesses and their supply chains.
Creating Organisations of the Future, Today
Highlights from our unique workshop which took place in November 2019, focusing on the future of Integrated Business Planning, known as Enterprise Business Planning.
CPG companies that manufacture branded goods need to tackle fierce competition , increased manufacturing complexity
Pharmaceutical / Medical
Flexibility, agility and efficiency are key to surviving and thriving and the difference between success
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