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Despite the broader macro-economic challenges and high inflationary environment the management of remains focused on meeting the consumer expectations by offering quality and value added products and managing cost pressures through value chain optimization initiatives and tighter controls on overheads.
Canadian researchers share the results of a large project to apply value chain optimization approaches to forestry.
He added: "We expect the Enterprise Risk Management to support our efforts to create systematic value and achieve comprehensive value chain optimization, among other targets, in line with the KPC ERM 2030 Strategy to build our capabilities in the areas of governance, processes, people and technology." Al-Adsani hoped that the conference would provide an opportunity to share expertise and improve performance.
These efforts are directed towards supporting entrepreneurs to actively engage in developing market-ready products; learn and practice value chain optimization, develop effective farm linkages to ensure incremental income for the growers.
* “The role of value chain optimization in achieving operational excellence” Led by Jaime Eysseric, General Manager - Value Chain Optimization, Chevron
As a participant in SISA's Value Chain Optimization activities, will be able to work with semiconductor equipment and materials suppliers on various issues of concern to the industry, including supply chain inefficiency and the lack of widespread acceptance of e-business practices.
This column will explore how one such approach, key supplier collaboration, can bring about sustained growth, improved risk management, efficiency through value chain optimization, and enhanced structural capabilities.
To deliver the additional value that CEOs now demand, supply management leaders are emphasizing innovation and growth, value chain optimization, risk management and supply continuity, and advanced cost management.