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Common Sense Manufacturing Practices Driving Sustainability Improvements

Posted in Adhesives & Sealants Industry, November  2022 With the increase in interest in sustainable materials and manufacturing, there will be a significant opportunity for U.S. manufacturers that use common sense, good manufacturing practices. In fact, because manufacturers have realized that it is far less environmentally friendly and energy [...]

Case Study: Strategies to Successfully Navigate Inflation

As originally published in Brushware Magazine on Sept/ Oct 2022. Inflation continues to plague the world with escalating prices across a spectrum of products and services. The price of oil and gas has continued to rise and supply chain challenges persist, creating inflationary pressures across the board. Even though [...]

Global Report: Supply Chain Management: The Haves and The Have-Nots… and Not Everyone Will Survive

Reprinted with permission from GLOBAL REPORT CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY 2022 Supply chain complications are more than just an inconvenience to the construction equipment manufacturing industry. Successfully navigating the supply chain has never been more essential to the financial health of our industry and the difficulties involved are creating [...]

Gaining a Logistics Edge with Inventory Management

Logistics costs have been staggering. According to the 33rd Annual State of Logistics report produced by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals by the global consulting firm Kearney and presented by Penske Logistics, U.S. business logistics costs rose by 22.4% last year.

Lisa Anderson, Manufacturing & SIOP Expert and President of LMA Consulting Initiates Cross-Organizational Alignment for Supply Chain Success

Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, known as the Strongest Link in Your Supply Chain® and President of LMA Consulting Group Inc., works with organizations to improve and protect supply chains by initiating cross-organizational alignment.

Using ERP & Related Technologies to Automate, Digitize & Thrive

Manufacturers utilize less than 20% of the full functionality of their ERP systems. But the key question is, why does it matter? In today’s inflationary and supply chain disrupted business environment, manufacturers need to automate and digitize to ‘do more with less’ and thrive during these volatile times. One important way to achieve this goal is to further leverage your ERP system where it will make a difference.

Lisa Anderson, Manufacturing & SIOP Expert and President of LMA Consulting Protects Supply Chains by Focusing on Visibility and the SIOP Process

Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, known as the Strongest Link in Your Supply Chain and President of LMA Consulting Group Inc., works to protect client supply chains by focusing on supply chain visibility and driving the SIOP (Sales Inventory Operations Planning) process.

CNN Business: Why Apple Can’t Quit China

"There is no doubt that tech manufacturing wants to move out of China. They cannot afford the risk of continued disruption to supply, and they want to gain better control over their ability to serve customers," said Lisa Anderson, President of LMA Consulting Group."
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Washington Frank: The Top 16 ERP Experts You Need To Be Following This Year

Lisa Anderson President of LMA Consulting Group, specialising in the supply chain, ERP and S&OP to help manufacturers and distributors elevate business performance. She provides expertise and advice on maximising the customer experience and enabling profitable, scalable, and dramatic business growth.

Supply Chain Collaboration & VMI to Get Ahead of Economic Challenges

Manufacturers are experiencing continued inflationary pressures threatening customer service and profit margins with record-breaking price increases and lack of material availability.  To add fuel to the fire, they are also starting to worry about preparing for a potential recession.
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