Our goal is to optimize operating costs and take advantage of existing investments made by Operations, ensuring Company’s income flow while improving Customer Service quality and risk level.

All of that with an appropriate Government Model able to guarantee continuity of the results achieved by the Company.


Review our comprehensive value chain strategy to address business challenges in the new context.

Today’s context presents us with new restrictions that businesses must face, considering the ideal positioning of each link in the value chain. It also requires that we rethink our business strategies to ensure the survival of the company in the mid and long term. > SEE MORE

Generate alternatives that guarantee the availability and continuity of materials and services.

The challenge of lining up alternatives that ensure supply—maximizing the level of service and minimizing risk in a timely manner—is even greater when seeking to sustain operations without losing competitiveness.

Understanding the process of the entire value chain, interactions with other departments and suppliers, support technology and management quality are keys to identifying the improvements that lead to a “best-in-class” performance. > SEE MORE

Develop a flexible operation with an integral vision that accompanies variations in demand. 

In ensuring the sustainability of businesses, it is essential to maintain an adequate and dynamic balance between operating costs, the level of compliance/service to customers, new safety and hygiene requirements, and flexibility in the face of variations in demand or availability of resources, without sacrificing the quality of the goods produced.

Understanding and adapting production chain processes, interdependencies with suppliers and other internal departments, tech support and management quality are critical to achieving efficiencies that allow for world-class performance. > SEE MORE

Minimize risks and ensure the prevention and protection of workers, optimizing remote maintenance.

Maximizing the level of service to ensure the availability and useful life of company assets represents the main challenge for maintenance areas.

The key to being competitive is to achieve an optimal balance between maintenance costs, intervention time on assets, and the right mix of face-to-face/remote intervention to maximize productivity.> SEE MORE

Adaptation and evolution to maximize the reaction capacity, visibility, and versatility of logistics.

Optimizing the use of resources for the most efficient management possible with the highest reaction speed is one of the main pillars of the logistics and distribution functions.

To this end, it is essential to manage logistics capacities and ensure the planning of bulk resources for the transportation of raw materials and semi-finished products, as well as for the distribution of finished products, in order to ensure their traceability. Likewise, it is necessary to consolidate the programming of the equipment and infrastructure for the provision of support services for the operational areas.

Proactive management of in-house or outsourced distribution services enables monitoring to ensure process flows and control in terms of efficiency and costs.> SEE MORE

Hyper-accelerate transformation of processes and adoption of Industry 4.0 solutions.

Information technology (IT) is a powerful resource for enabling remote execution of tasks. Moreover, this means of business development represents a competitive advantage.

In supply chain management, IT is an essential tool. It contributes to cost reduction, improved information flow, synchronization and integration of processes, collaboration between parties, and access to reliable information for decision making. > SEE MORE

Reorganize effective teams, working remotely and securely.

The new panorama is demanding that firms rethink the way they do business and adapt. For the correct functioning of the supply chain, the organizational model must respond to the business processes involved, in terms of size, structure, roles and responsibilities, development plans, alignment with the organization’s results and expected performance levels.

The organizational design of the operational areas and the production planning process must be aligned to achieve greater efficiency, taking into account factors such as the required capacity over time and the flexibility of the shift schedules. > SEE MORE

Defend the operating margin under the concept of “Zero-Based Business.”

The association of costs and potential revenues with all the supply chain activities makes it possible to explore initiatives with an economic impact without neglecting the efficiency of the processes involved. “Zero-based business” techniques facilitate a structured approach to work.

The challenges of the new context require greater care of working capital (reduction of inventories and/or increase in asset productivity) to ensure the company’s sustainability. > SEE MORE