Mill Products

By focusing on sustainability and resiliency, you can future-proof your mill products manufacturing business enterprise-wide.

Mill Products

By focusing on sustainability and resiliency, you can future-proof your mill products manufacturing business enterprise-wide.

Supply chain resiliency meets sustainability

Today, resiliency and sustainability are crucial to success in the mill products industry – and metals, pulp and paper, packaging, and textiles manufacturers are under extreme pressure to adapt. Digital modernization is key to achieving this goal and more.

Pulp and paper industry

Paper manufacturers – including producers of paper pulp and graphical, brown, and hygiene paper – must deal with frequent supply shocks, rising costs, and labour shortages. Manufacturers must be able to control paper mill costs while ensuring on-time customer delivery – adapting quickly to source new suppliers and transport options as needed

Metals industry

To thrive in today's uncertain world, metal manufacturers need full visibility – from sourcing raw materials to securing spare parts for repair to transportation. Whether for aluminum, sheet metal, steel, or custom metal fabrication, manufacturers must maneuver through shortages and take steps to mitigate the cost and risk of future disruptions.

Sustainable packaging industry

Packaging manufacturers are under pressure to balance costs – from procurement to manufacturing to transport – across plastic, recyclable, compostable, or biodegradable packaging. Manufacturers must manage physical assets for peak efficiency, create quotes fast, and complete orders as expected to please customers while meeting sustainability goals.

Sustainable industrial materials

The global focus on emissions, waste reduction, and a circular economy is driving a major shift in industrial materials manufacturing. Low-carbon products, such as green steel and aluminum, are among the eco-friendly materials now in demand. To ensure sustainable production, companies must manage an adequate supply of recycled and green materials.

Textile industry

With pressure from eco-conscious consumers, textile manufacturers – including carpet and rug, yarn, and fabric manufacturing companies – are moving to the circular economy. To meet sustainability and customer delivery commitments, manufacturers need responsive supply chains to help handle natural resource and materials shortages.

Wire and cable manufacturing

In both wire manufacturing and cable manufacturing, real-time insight is crucial. Companies must be able to check availability for sales instantly, track progress against plans, and see when customer demand changes while knowing when machines are below capacity, quality is off, or trucks are delayed by pinpointing and analysing exceptions.

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