2nd annual             Challenges & solutions in organizational implementation             of end-to-end processes in the ...
2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013                  25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN   ...
2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013                             25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hote...
2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013                  25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN   ...
2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013                  25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN   ...
2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013                  25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN   ...
2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013                  25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN   ...
2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013                  25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN   ...
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  1. 1. 2nd annual Challenges & solutions in organizational implementation of end-to-end processes in the chemical industry and impact on effective process management 25th – 26th February 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel Berlin More than 15 Case Studies | IceBreaker Session | Challenge your Peers | Evening Session | World CafÉ session http://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com Researched & Developed by
  2. 2. 2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013 25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN OVerview 2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Strategies 2013 SPeakers & Moderators Main Topics Luca Rosetto, Corporate Vice President Corporate Operations & > Operational excellence & process optimization Responsible Care in the chemical industry: Success indicators and DSM / The Netherlands business enablers for plant managers and global Dr. Dirk Holbach, Corporate Vice President International Production operations responsibilities Henkel AG & Co. KGaA / Germany > Process Excellence and business improvement in safety / regulatory, safety / production, Dr. Gerhard Gigl, Senior Vice President, Head of Div. Launch & logistics, purchase, quality control / quality Production Site Germany assurance and maintenance Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG / Germany > Intelligent energy management in chemical Gerd Pösch, General Manager Operations Sasol O&S production: continuous, integrated strategies Sasol / Germany and systems for a holistically optimized and economical energy management Otto Schnurr, Former Executive Board Member INEOS Phenol and INEOS ChlorVinyls / Germany+UK > Plant debottlenecking and optimization in chemical industries Hubert Scheuermann, Chief Manufacturing Officer > Lean and S&OP Cultural Transformation in Synthomer GmbH / Germany Global Batch Chemical Manufacturing Dr. Karsten Eller, COO > Long term maintenance & plant asset manage- Beckers Group / Germany ment development as an element of operations excellence Philipp Kohn, Operations Network Lead Powder Coatings EMEA > Strategic selection of a production site – DuPont Performance Coatings EMEA / Germany reasons, design, roll out and conclusion Wolfgang Laures, Global Supply Chain & Operations Director > Human error prevention & Behavioral safety Avery Dennison / The Netherlands management in chemical production for Wes Oren, Director Global Manufacturing Americas, EIMEA and Asia sustainable manufacturing improvements HB Fuller / USA > MES as a booster of Operational Excellence in Manufacturing – using automation to achieve Debbie Keehn, Global Supply Chain Director review by exception, vertical integration of a Celanese Corporation / USA (tbc) MES in a global & local SCM and manufacturing Karin Born, Global Head Six Sigma + Lean initiative SGL Excellence network SGL Carbon SE / Germany > Human Error Prevention & Behavioural Safety Management in Chemical Production for Kief Hess, Director, Global Process Safety sustainable manufacturing improvements Chemtura Corporation / USA > Challenges for restructuring and site develop- Marc Labeille, Business Excellence Director, Engineering Plastics ment after a mayor acquisition GBU Rhodia > Vertical & Horizontal integration of Manufacturing Solvay S.A. / Belgium Excellence in a SCM and manufacturing network Dr. Herbert Maier, Head of Global Competence Center Energy & > Implementing a successful production (planning) Utilities system & integrating a global supply chain Clariant International AG / Switzerland management system to manage inventory, peak demands and reduce time to market Klaus Weckheuer, Manufacturing Director Grace GmbH & Co. KG / Germany John N. Papageorgiou, Head of Engineering Lanxess Rubber NV / Belgium Business PartnerS Thomas Walz, Vice President Operations ESK Ceramics GmbH & Co. KG / Germany Neil Heffernan, Principal Consultant Stroud Consulting / UK we.CONECT business peers Thorsten Hofmann, Partner Take advantage of solution-oriented individual Stroud International / Germany meetings that we can arrange with these Hans van Driessche, Business Improvement Leader Germany – CEE partners before and during the Sun Chemical NV / Belgium conference. Dr. Kristina Platkowski, Director Operations Synthetic Rubber Styron Germany GmbH / Germany Researched & Developed byhttp://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com Page 2 / 9
  3. 3. 2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013 25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN aGENDAContents ICEBREAKER Session | Sunday, 24th February 2013P. 2 | Overview Speakers & Moderators we.CONECT ICEBREAKER Main TopicsP. 3 | Overview Our Icebreaker Session consists of small round tables with speakers, business partners Business Partners and attendees where the audience will discuss the main challenges and cutting edge Icebreaker topics of the conference in a relaxed atmosphere. Glass in hand, make your way around Icebreaker Round Tables our round tables and get to know each other. Enjoy food and drinks at the opening of theP. 4-6 | Conference Day 1 conference, break the ice and get the show on the road. Challenge your Peers Evening SessionP. 6-8 | Conference Day 2 World Café Session 20.00 | Round Tables Pre-conference drinks and Icebreaker Round Tables with speakers, business partners & participants ICEBREAKER Round Table Lean-Change Management on a global scale and implementation on a local level – challenges & advantages for successful execution in global plant network Debbie Keehn, Global Supply Chain Director, Celanese Corporation / USA (tbc) Business Partners Stroud Consulting Chancery House | 53-64 Chancery Lane | WC2A 1QS London, UK Phone: +44 (0)8700 102 106 | Email: info@stroudconsulting.com www.stroudconsulting.com we.CONECT business peers Take advantage of solution-oriented individual meetings that we can arrange with these partners before and during the conference. Make excellent contacts with decision makers to expand your network and generate leads from the best contacts in the business. For further information please visit http://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com. Travel Partner REFERENCES OF OUR PAST conferences “I would like to congratulate you for the professionalism of your organization and all the special sessions you organized in order to generate discussions between attendees and get to know each other.“ Philippe Heim, TOTAL Refining & Chemicals / Belgium “Very interesting, professionally organized event with competent and really international presence!“ Tobias Zaers, BIS / Germany Researched & Developed byhttp://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com Page 3 / 9
  4. 4. 2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013 25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Monday, 25th February 2013 8.00 | Registration with coffee and tea 8.30 | Welcome and introduction by we.CONECT and the Chair we.CONECT Strategy Track (1) Operational excellence & Process optimization in the chemical industry – Success indicators and business enablers for plant managers and global operations responsibilities 8.45 | Case Study Challenges in scaling down a global manufacturing excellence framework from the business side to the shop floor > How to translate a company’s Business Strategy into an Operations’ strategy? > How to embed this Operations strategy into different Business Units? > How to deploy the Business Units’ Operations strategy to sites? > How to bring strategy down to the shop floor? Luca Rosetto, Corporate Vice President Corporate Operations & Responsible Care, DSM / The Netherlands 9.20 | Case Study Manufacturing excellence through competitive leadership: How to achieve common goals in the triangle production, quality and supply chain? > Steering Operational Excellence > The magic triangle: Productivity / Supply Chain / Quality > Factors of change: Vision – Strategy – Capabilities – Incentives – Resources > Leading the change – Change Management and Sustainability Thomas Walz, Vice President Operations, ESK Ceramics GmbH & Co. KG / Germany 9.55 | Case Study A four years journey to Operational Excellence at the German Launch & Production Site of BI > Productivity – Flexibility – Complexity: An holistic and strategic approach to Operational Excellence > Standardized and sustainable implementation of BI Lean > Enhancement of flexibility and agility by strategic workforce planning > Definition of complexity parameters and handling within the given conditions > Critical success factors in implementing an Operational Excellence System Dr. Gerhard Gigl, Senior Vice President, Head of Div. Launch & Production Site Germany, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG / Germany 10.30 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone we.CONECT Strategy Track (2) Vertical & Horizontal integration of Manufacturing Excellence in a SCM and manufacturing network 11.00 | Case Study Improvements in production, sales & operations planning in a diversified Synthomer production network > Strategic alignment of business demand and production capabilities > Operational excellence as a global standard > Combination of high throughput and specialty production in a virtual plant > Chances and risks in an after acquisition period Hubert Scheuermann, Chief Manufacturing Officer, Synthomer GmbH / Germany 11.35 | Case Study Vertical integration of an OPEX & Manufacturing Excellence approach in a global & local SCM and manufacturing network > Develop a global IT platform / IT Organization in global chemical manufacturing network > Implementation of Lean Manufacturing, Lean Management and Lean Design > Integration into OPEX, implementing a KPI tree to steer the SC on a cost center as well on the global SC level, Integration efforts for SCM > Synergy effects in the global production network Dr. Philipp Kohn, Operations Network Lead Powder Coatings EMEA, DuPont Performance Coatings / Germany 12.10 | Case Study Strategic planning and technology transfer to east-European, BRIC production sites > New construction or maintaining sites? > Assessment or remediation > Expansion of production at the site > Logistics – what is the most feasible location? Tba 12.45 | Lunch with Networking Zone Researched & Developed byhttp://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com Page 4 / 9
  5. 5. 2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013 25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Monday, 25th February 2013 we.CONECT Best Practice Track (1) Challenges & Success Factors in integration of manufacturing excellence at the Shop Floor 13.45 | Case Study With Lean & Six Sigma from green field investment planning to high performance production > How Lean 3P simulation allows to reduce significantly space and costs needed for investments > How Six Sigma successfully supports start up and flawless running of production lines > How Six Sigma and Statistical Thinking helps to understand real customer needs and achieve cost and quality leadership Karin Born, Global Head Six Sigma + Lean initiative SGL Excellence, SGL Carbon SE / Germany 14.20 | Case Study 12 years of Six Sgima at GRACE: Challenges, learnings, KPIs and Success Factors > Program evolution: key challenges and learnings during the integration of Six Sigma in the Operations System from different perspectives > Six Sigma from a Product Life Cycle perspective: Objectives, Organization, Focus Areas, High- and Lowlights at different stages > Linking Six Sigma with Manufacturing Strategies: From Planning to Execution > Application of tools and KPIs during 12 years of Six Sigma: The classroom meets the factory floor Klaus Weckheuer, Manufacturing Director, Grace GmbH & Co. KG / Germany 14.55 | Case Study Managing technical & operational issues in commissioning new process plants > Safety and risk, isolation & testing > Integration of operating plant, mechanical completion and integrity checking > Plant preparation and isolation, utilities and electrical system commissioning > Specific equipment / commissioning issues, machinery/ rotating equipment, vessels, towers and pipe work etc. > Removal of hazardous substances and purging Instrumentation commissioning Tba we.CONECT Best Practice Track (2) Human Error Prevention & Behavioral Safety Management in Chemical Production for sustainable manufacturing improvements 15.30 | Case Study Successful strategies for managing capital investment projects > Why are capital investment projects so important / what is at stake? > Key points to get right in the early planning stages > How to manage expectations of stakeholders and leverage on roles of steering committee & project manager > Portfolio management for site based capital projects > Which project organisation do you need to have in place > Using project controls to effectively execute projects and work with third parties > Experience from international projects John N. Papageorgiou, Head of Engineering, Lanxess Rubber NV / The Netherlands 16.05 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone 16.35 | Parallel Round Tables we.CONECT Challenge your peers – What would you do? Based on your input we will create these Round Tables, each with one moderator. The participants interact, describe & discuss their specific issues, approaches and solutions regarding the conference topic. we.CONECT Best Practice Track (3) Implementing a successful production (planning) system & integrate a global supply chain management system to manage inventory, peak demands and reduce time to market 17.35 | Case Study Achieving superior results through the implementation of a flexible economy adjusted production system across different regions and cultures > Implement a global and standardized A3 strategy deployment process for target setting and global alignment > How to develop a robust S&OP process that flexibly reacts to local economy changes? > What are the challenges, trends and developments in each region (AP, NA, LA, EU) and how to address them? > How to leverage the performance review system to rate and develop the organization to achieve superior performance? Wolfgang Laures, Global Supply Chain & Operations Director, Avery Dennison / The Netherlands Researched & Developed byhttp://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com Page 5 / 9
  6. 6. 2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013 25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Monday, 25th February 2013 18.10 | Case Study Taking continuous improvement to the next level transforming the organization by creating a CI culture > How do you generate passion for continuous improvement in a large organization? > Global organizations face different cultures in each region: How do you minimize the impact of this on the roll out of CI processes? > Overcoming resistance to change – both from senior management and shop floor staff Dr. Kristina Platkowski, Director Operations Synthetic Rubber, Styron Deutschland GmbH / Germany 20.00 | Dinner and end of day one NETWORKING Dinner aGENDA Conference Day 2 | Tuesday, 26th February 2013 8.30 | Welcome and introduction by we.CONECT and the Chair we.CONECT SOLUTION Track Asset Management as a part of OPEX 8.40 | Case Study Requirements put to the test of energy reduction without investments – processes to reduce energy consumption at chemical sites > Lessons learned from the lifecycle management of plants and equipment in relation to their energy consumption > Global roll-out of an energy management system > Continuous quality improvement processes applied to energy reduction > From quick checks and energy efficiency to a systematic and fully integrated energy management system for maximum ROI & business value Dr. Herbert Maier, Head of Global Competence Center Energy & Utilities, Clariant International AG / Switzerland 9.15 | Case Study Long term maintenance & plant asset management development as an element of operations excellence > Maintenance excellence as one major element of Operations Excellence (beside Energy, Process Control / APC and Project Management) > Asset strategy & Asset management for improved availability, early problem detection and short maintenance downtimes > From cost cutting to long term maintenance improvement planning, maintenance excellence and overall cost reduction Gerd Pösch, General Manager Operations Sasol O&S, Sasol / Germany 9.50 | Case Study MES as a booster of Operational Excellence in Manufacturing in our Solvay GBUs ex Rhodia Marc Labeille, Business Excellence Director, Engineering Plastics GBU Rhodia, Solvay S.A. / Belgium 10.25 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone Researched & Developed byhttp://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com Page 6 / 9
  7. 7. 2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013 25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN aGENDA Conference Day 2 | Tuesday, 26th February 2013 we.CONECT World Café The World Café will be initiated with short statements 10.50 | Short Statements Each World Café moderator gives a short description of the specific Café Short Statement Strategy & Improvement Café 1 How does sustainability actually deliver value & How can we translate sustainable manufacturing operations into genuine business value for profitable growth? > Aligning sustainable goals with corporate objectives > Focusing on customer requirements to deliver sustainable products > Leveraging sustainability as an entrepreneurial activity across the value chain > Implementing a sustainable thinking culture approach at the shop floor Dr. Dirk Holbach, Corporate Vice President International Production, Henkel AG & Co. KGaA / Germany Short Statement Integration Café How to ramp up a manufacturing excellence project and how to transfer ownership to the local management and other departments in order to mix top down & bottom up approach? Hans van Driessche, Business Improvement Leader Germany – CEE, Sun Chemical NV / Belgium Short Statement Human Error Prevention Café Human Error Prevention & Behavioural Safety Management in Chemical Production for sustainable manufacturing improvements Otto Schnurr, Former Executive Board Member, INEOS Phenol and INEOS ChlorVinyls / Germany+UK Short Statement Strategy & Improvement Café 2 On-demand data access across chemical operations – connecting global operations > Implementing a cross-site, cross-company solution for data management during chemical manufacturing > Providing centralized access to view and analyzing data on-demand > Allowing manufacturing teams to collaborate effectively through effective data management > Improving process efficiency and maintaining product quality > Planning & Optimizing multi-purpose production Thorsten Hofmann, Partner, Stroud International / Germany Neil Heffernan, Principal Consultant, Stroud Consulting / UK 11.10 | START WORLD CAFÉ PART 1 | EACH SESSION LASTS 30-40 MINUTES we.CONECT and the chair open the World Café, explaining the principles and set the World Café etiquette. Strategy & Integration Café Human Error Strategy & Improvement Café 1 Prevention Café Improvement Café 2 12.30 | Lunch with Networking Zone 13.30 | START WORLD CAFÉ PART 2 | EACH SESSION LASTS 30-40 MINUTES Strategy & Integration Café Human Error Strategy & Improvement Café 1 Prevention Café Improvement Café 2 14.50 | World Café Panel Discussion Panel Discussion & Summary of the World Café Session trough the Moderators 15.10 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone Researched & Developed byhttp://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com Page 7 / 9
  8. 8. 2nd Annual Global ManuCHEM Str ategies 2013 25 th – 26 th FEBRUARY 2013 | MARITIM proArte Hotel BerliN aGENDA Conference Day 2 | Tuesday, 26th February 2013 we.CONECT Best Practice Track (4) Plant Start Up, Design, Commissioning & Restructuring 15.40 | Case Study Global & Local Safety and PSM Rollout and integration in continuous improvement program at Chemtura > Build the journey to safety excellence toward an incident free workplace > Using Causal Mapping to achieve through investigations > Incident sharing key to achieve safety excellence > Near-Miss and Leading Metrics build strong foundations for safety excellence Kief Hess, Director, Process Safety, Chemtura Corporation / USA 16.15 | Case Study Challenges for restructuring and site development after a major acquisition Wes Oren, Director Global Manufacturing Americas, EIMEA and Asia, HB Fuller / USA 16.50 | Case Study Expanding your production footprint in emerging countries > Setting up plants in Bangladesh and Nigeria > Joint-venture versus doing it alone > How to deal with issues like safety or corruption? > Effective project management across the globe Dr. Karsten Eller, COO, Beckers Group / Germany 17.25 | Closing words from the chair and end of the conference REFERENCES OF OUR PAST conferences “I certainly enjoyed the sections and sessions – Top organization & conference!“ Kaveh Pourteymour, BP / UK “Great Event & Really interactive sessions!“ Ben Hopkins, DSM / USA “Well organized and excellent combination of topics.“ Thomas Gronauer, Bayer Bitterfeld GmbH / Germany “Creating new connections and expanding networks.“ Marc Labaille, Solvay / France “Very interesting, professionally organized event with competent and really international presence!“ Tobias Zaers, BIS / Germany “Perfect overview and multiple views!“ Dr. Manfred Selig, Wacker Chemie AG / Germany “Perfect background of participants, really advanced level!“ Dr. Wolfgang Rybczynski, SAP Deutschland / Germany Researched & Developed byhttp://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com Page 8 / 9
  9. 9. For more detailed informationabout Our speakers and interactive segmentsplease visithttp://manu-chem2013.we-conect.comWe are looking forward to welcoming you! Researched & Developed by

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