Cabot Improves Quality by 30% and Reduces Variability with Global Manufacturing Execution System
Cabot standardized on Aspen InfoPlus.21 across all manufacturing sites, improving product quality by 30% and reducing product variability by 20%.
Major European Chemical Producer Implements Planning and Scheduling Software for Elastomers and Styrenics
Learn how a major European chemical producer implemented aspenONE Supply Chain Management, integrated to their SAP ERP system, and was able to reduce inventories by 20%, achieve 97% on time deliveries, and reduce the number of campaign transitions by 20%.
Dairy Producer Glanbia Increases OEE and Throughput with Real-Time Performance Management
Glanbia Food Ingredients implements AspenTech MES solutions to increase annual savings and boost product yield while reducing energy consumption.
Leaks in Reboiler Detected With Months of Advance Notice
Learn how a manufacturer of engineering thermoplastics discovered the root cause of recurring failures in their shell-and-tube reboilers using Aspen Mtell prescriptive maintenance.
Petrochemical Production Facility Drives Value and Maximizes Return with Non-linear APC
Non-linear Advanced Process Control (APC) improved SCG’s product stability and quality, minimized variations, and enabled enhanced transition strategies.
Multivariate Statistical Analysis Finds the Bad Actors in Light Component Losses
This petrochemical company launched an Aspen ProMV™ pilot project to investigate light component losses that go to the bottom of a fractionation column and pressurize the downstream column. Using Aspen ProMV for continuous processes, a model was developed, and bad actors that are highly correlated to the light product loss were identified. Aspen ProMV’s optimization tool was also utilized to provide better operating conditions to reduce losses.
혁신을 위한 패스트 트랙: 신제품 개발 시간 및 비용 절감
Qenos 사가 Aspen Plus®의 회분식 모델링을 어떻게 자사의 공정에 적용하여 변화하는 고객의 요구에 맞춰 플랜트 검증 단계를 최소화하고, 고객 맞춤형 제품을 신속하게 시장에 공급할 수 있었는지 실제 사례를 소개합니다.
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Shell Adopts Global Supply Chain Process to Increase Profitability and Drive an “Enterprise First” Strategy
After the company identified uncommon operating procedures at each of its many refineries — which led to inefficiencies and lower margins — Shell launched “Enterprise First,” an initiative designed to standardize processes and technology across the organization. The key to driving this strategy — and meeting its objectives — is an integrated aspenONE® Supply Chain Management solution that helps Shell optimize refinery production, reduce costs and increase margin.