Tereos Sugar & Energy Brazil Improves its S&OP Process with Optimization Technology

Improved planning accuracy

More agility

More collaboration and integration

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Taking optimal decisions in a complex landscape

In the agribusiness space, companies struggle with several planning challenges. Supply chain flows are extended over a long period of time. There is an extensive horizon between the date of a supply decision and its final result. Raw material forecasting is difficult as climate conditions, pests and other natural forces impact its availability. Product prices are intricately connected to international stock exchanges and other indicators. To add to this complexity, there is rising competition in the market. To ensure that the correct decisions are made in an agile way, considering all of these intricacies and trade-offs, Tereos Sugar & Energy Brazil was looking to support its S&OP process with optimization technology. They chose UniSoma and AIMMS to accomplish this task.

 

About Tereos

Tereos Sugar & Energy Brazil is a subsidiary of the Tereos Group, the second largest sugar producer worldwide
and a leader in the alcohol and starch markets. Through 49 industrial sites in 17 countries and the commitment of its 25,000 employees, the Group achieved a turnover of €5 billion in 2017-2018. In Brazil, the company commercializes sugar and energy products, supplying the consumer market under the well-known Guarani brand.