Sanitation Benchmark Study
"How do sanitation practices affect manufacturing performance?"
For many companies, benchmarking manufacturing performance in relation to actual practices has been key to driving and sustaining higher performance levels. When enterprises benchmark manufacturing performance and examine corresponding strategies of best-in-class performers (lines, plants, and even other companies), they close the gap between today's performance and what could be.
Benchmarking activities can be as simple as comparing shifts, lines and product categories. But when the benchmarking effort spans entire plants throughout the enterprise, and leverages insight from across the manufacturing community, there is a shift in perception about what is realistic and possible.
Informance is preparing to research food and beverage manufacturing performance, and the effects of sanitation practices on OEE. This research builds on a manufacturing benchmark study that was published in the fall of 2009.
We invite you to participate by taking the survey. Everyone who participates in the study will receive the executive summary, and can use this insight to understand how sanitation practices impact their manufacturing performance.
Researchers will analyze sanitation practices in relation to other performance metrics and compare and contrast practices of best-in-class, average and laggard manufacturers. The study results will enable you to understand:
- The correlation between sanitation practices and OEE of different types of food and beverage manufacturing (proteins, sugars, liquids, etc.)
- The top 5 best practices to reduce the effects of sanitation on OEE
- The financial impact of sanitation practices
Informance benchmark studies leverage real-time manufacturing performance data. Manufacturers can use the benchmark study as a starting point to understand how they stack up against their peers and develop and action plan for operational improvement.
Please participate in this exciting new benchmark study exclusively for the food and beverage industry.