Webinar: 11th October 2007 Optimise your Metals Supply Chain

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Supply chain management is a key business process in the metals industry to leverage quality, cost reduction, asset utilisation, customer service levels and lead times.

Only an approach specifically designed for the industry can deal with the supply chain challenges metals manufacturers face every day:

Managing capacity rather than stock only

Maximising asset utilisation

Maximising factory throughput and production yield

Managing the complex routings

Managing the unlimited range of products

Reducing fulfillment lead-times and working capital

Tracking individual customer orders not only volumes

Promising reliable delivery dates

Real-time shop floor integration

Increasing planning and order fulfilment staff productivity

Learn how industry leaders do it

Be it for casting, hot or cold milling or different finishing operations, ArcelorMittal, Corus, Aleris and Severstal are already using OM Partners Metals Solution to significantly improve their customer service level while increasing their profit.

This webinar will show how industry leaders cope with these challenges, by looking at


Sales & Operations Planning,

Short term planning (including campaign or block planning),

Manufacturing and transport scheduling,

Material allocation,

Cutting optimisation,

Routing generation,

Order allocation/order promising

MES integration.

Join OM Partners to hear the expert views, and discuss with industry peers on supply chain planning issues in the metals industry.

Date and time

Thursday, October 11, 2007

3.30 PM Europe Daylight Time (GMT + 2, Brussels)

9.30 AM Eastern Daylight Time (GMT - 4, New York)

5.30 PM Russian Daylight Time (GMT + 4, Moscow)


Bart Van de Velde, President, OM Partners USA

Luc Schepens, Partner, OM Partners

Click here to register now


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