food processing($7 billion revenue)
to determine best product mix by production line and to support projected future growth
As Hershey pursues a strategy to go more global, there were some assumptions about how the supply chain worked and what the right decision would be that needed to go through the filter of objective analysis.
Greg Kaiser • Vice President, Global Logistics and Customer Service • Hershey Company
descriptive • prescriptive analytics
supply chain • finance
data governance • model extremely complex operations from manufacturing through customer deliveries
- $3 million
savings opportunities by changing product mix
capacity gain opportunity identified
methods to handle increased demand
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