ELIX Polymers maximizes EBIDTA with real-time analytics for S&OP

Better decision-making process

Improved supply chain visibility

Fast scenario generation

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Building a High Maturity Control Tower to Improve the Customer Experience 

Companies in the chemical industry face several challenges, including industry consolidation, growing competition and raw material price volatility. ELIX Polymers was looking to build a high maturity control tower to create the right customer experience and maximize EBITDA. Their process is a key pillar in that control tower. They were searching for enabling technology to improve supply chain visibility and analyze scenarios to arrive at the right planning decisions during S&OP meetings. ELIX chose AIMMS S&OP Navigator as their technology to facilitate real-time scenario assessments during monthly planning meetings. 

 

About ELIX Polymers

Operating from its head office in Tarragona, Spain, and with Sales support teams in all key markets, ELIX Polymers is a specialist provider of tailor-made solutions for high quality thermoplastics applications. With a track record of over 40 years, ELIX Polymers is an expert in ABS polymers, serving over 300 clients in more than 40 countries with 263 employees. The company reported a turnover of €228 million in 2018.