Changes in demand patterns are driving major transformations in global manufacturing industries and supply chains. Addressing decarbonisation and sustainable manufacturing is just one of the urgent focus areas. Rapidly changing market dynamics and operational environments are driving demand for faster adaptation via new product lines and variations, with a simultaneous focus on lean production and minimising costs. Digital manufacturing and automation have a clear role to play here, including new future-proof production methods to enable manufacturers to succeed in ever-changing markets. Furthermore, with supply chain disruptions a constant threat, businesses need to be able to rapidly respond and manage these risks.
Staying relevant is just one of multiple, ever-evolving challenges. As your strategic partner and manufacturing consultant, we provide solutions that will ensure your manufacturing activity is effective and drives value from your investments. We will help you scope and implement new innovations across plants, industrial processes and distribution centres and harness specialised services for your manufacturing supply chain. By ensuring sustainability is an integral part of every project, we will build a better future together. Stay ahead with our extensive expertise, cross-sector insights and strategic thinking – together we will find the answers that will unlock a positive future.
Each industry faces its own unique barriers and nuances. Royal HaskoningDHV brings together integrated design and project management services that are tailored to your market dynamics. Our sustainable solutions will transform your manufacturing processes, optimise your supply chain and deliver future-proof investments. Engineering, procurement, and construction management projects (EPCM) around the globe have honed our expertise in fast-tracking, simplification, modularisation and automation.
The search for radical new solutions to modern food production deployed our multidisciplinary expertise in consultancy, engineering and project management. Using design thinking a provisional business case was presented: an innovative future-proof food production plant, implemented globally to reduce costs and lead times. The project involved our client’s global centres, each with its own culture, interests and challenges expected to be solved by the project.