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Energy Transition in the Chemical Industry

December 01, 2023

High-Performance Factors: Innovation, Continuous Improvement and Transparent 24/7 Shift Communication

Energy Transition in the Chemical Industry
Energy Transition in the Chemical Industry

The energy transition is one of the biggest challenges facing the chemical industry, which relies on energy-intensive processes. In order to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and cut energy consumption, the industry must develop and implement innovative solutions. In doing so, it is important to take volatile market conditions into account and maintain competitiveness. The experts Dr.-Ing. Klaus Müller, Senior Consultant Continuous Improvement at kmleanmanagement, and Veit Hora, COO at eschbach, show how the chemical industry can successfully shape the energy transition by using three high-performance factors: Innovation, Continuous Improvement and transparent 24/7 shift communication. These factors make it possible to make production processes more efficient, more flexible and more sustainable. People play a decisive role here, as they are the carriers of knowledge and change. With a continuous improvement approach, the chemical industry can master the digital and ecological transformation and secure its future viability.

This white paper shows how an energy-sustainable production system works and how every single employee in production plants makes a contribution to achieving goals. Gain new insights into how digital Plant Process Management (PPM) combined with the power of Continuous Improvement (CI) can drive the energy transition.

Interested? Learn more in our free eBook, available for download below.

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