Demand Driven MRP

DEMAND DRIVEN MRP IS A GREAT METHOD TO INCREASE SERVICE LEVELS, REDUCE LEADTIME AND CUT INVENTORY COSTS

Hear about the experiences and benefits from Novozymes 2020 implementation

Many manufacturing companies are looking to improve their supply chain performance by improving short-term operational plans and create a better link to tactical planning.

With the Demand Driven Material Requirement Planning (DDMRP) method, they have found a way to make significant improvements that can be measured in double-digit percentages.

Real life experiences show, that DDMRP amongst other things can increase service levels by up to 20 percent; reduce inventory by 40 percent; and reduce lead time by up to 50 percent.

One of the first in Denmark

One of the first to adapt DDMRP it in Denmark is Novozymes, who did so in corporation with Syncronic. After running a few simulations to confirm their business case, a pilot project was created, which was so successful, that Novozymes now uses DDMRP in large scale and has it incorporated in its daily routines and systems.

Increase your Supply Chain responsiveness

In this webinar we look at the differences and benefits that Demand Driven MRP offers over traditional MRP. Furthermore, Novozymes will share their experiences and realized benefits and explain why and how they will broaden out the DDMRP concept in their global organization

Gain insights on:

  • What Demand Driven MRP is all about compared to traditional MRP
  • Why the DDMRP method is better suited for today’s planning challenges than traditional MRP, as the demand becomes more volatile
  • How Novozymes implemented Demand Driven MRP and the benefits realized so far
  • How to evaluate potential benefits from Demand Driven MRP for your specific organization and how to start up with a low-cost pilot project

SPEAKERS;

Peter Christian Graae, Head of Supply Chain Service in Novozymes
Stefan Glar-Hammersund, Partner, Syncronic

Kristoffer Steen, Principal SCM Consultant, Syncronic

February 11, 10:00 am - 11:00 am CET

The webinar is Free of charge.

Register here


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