Kellogg Creates Flexible Manufacturing

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June 14, 2015 at 11:15 am  •  Posted in Industrial  •  0 Comments

Kellogg’s Integrated Project Delivery System aims to create repeatable manufacturing processes that can be used in any Kellogg plant globally. Currently, challenges arise because a high-performing manufacturing plant in the United States, for example, won’t perform in the same way in an emerging market. “The word ‘flexibility’ pops up in everything we do, from packing innovation to product innovation, and the ability to develop technology in a master program gets us to deliver on that,” says Bob Reed, vice president of global engineering.

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