Wavin is an innovative solution provider for the building and infrastructure industry across multiple continents. Backed up by 60+ years of expertise, Wavin is geared up to tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges around: water supply, sanitation, climate-resilient cities and building performance. Wavin engages and collaborates with city leaders, engineers, planners and installers to help make cities future-proof and buildings comfortable and energy-efficient. Wavin (part of Orbia) has 10,500 employees in 40+ countries worldwide and operates under brands like Wavin, Amanco and Pavco. Wavin’s global head office is situated in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Inventory management is a crucial activity for Wavin. Even more so in the current environment with disruptions and volatility impacting all parts of the supply chain. An extensive learnings path was developed together with Wavin around the topic of Inventory Management. Learning objectives were refreshing the fundamentals, creating an end-to-end vision and approach and implementing improvements. The learning journey was completely remote, very interactive and tailored to Wavin. Learning path elements were e-learnings, theory webinars, business simulations, exercises, and discussions. The same learning path was delivered in both EMEA and LATAM (in Spanish).
Stedin is the grid operator in the majority of the Randstad region – a busy Dutch conurbation with complex infrastructure, where the heavy reliance on energy means that it must always be available to support working and living, today and tomorrow.
Now, in the midst of the energy transition, it is more essential than ever that Stedin can complete its projects on time and efficiently. This necessitates a tight grip on its production. Stedin has asked Involvation for support in realizing a short-term capacity management process.
The coming years smart meters will be rolled out in the Netherlands. Four grid operators have decided to jointly review the smart meter supply chain in an integral fashion. The expectations are that by cooperation between all chain partners including suppliers and contractors many benefits can be obtained for all parties involved. The cooperating grid operators have asked Involvation to support them during design and realization.
Stedin is the grid operator in the majority of the Randstad region – a busy conurbation with complex infrastructure, where the heavy reliance on energy means that it must always be available to support working and living, today and tomorrow.
Now, in the midst of the energy transition, it is more essential than ever that Stedin can complete its projects on time and efficiently. This necessitates a tight grip on its production. Therefore, Stedin has asked Involvation for support in implementing S&OP in the energy metering chain based on the principles of DDSCM.
Through a network of cables and pipelines, Enexis provides 2,7 million households in the north, east and south of the Netherlands with electricity and natural gas. This enables them to live and work comfortably. To enable this, Enexis maintains her existing network, builds new parts and develops sustainable and future proof solutions. Service and reliability are key.
To obtain high service and reliability levels, Enexis is introducing more professional supply chain management. To serve her customers better, Enexis strives for short lead times whilst maintaining high efficiciency. This can be achieved by ensuring both materials and employees to be available at the right time at the right place. To be pro-active, with the help of Involvation Enexis is introducing Enexis-wide tactical planning with a horizon of minimally 18 months. Efficiency will be improved by strengthening and developing operational planning within Enexis’ 10 sites throughout the country. In this way, Enexis is reliable for both business partners and our customers.