Manufacturers often deal with a lot of turmoil. As a result, managing day-to-day business needs requires balanced planning and execution, and many trade-offs along the way.
How do you know how these decisions will impact your operations in the coming days, weeks, months, or even years?
Trane Technologies, a leader in energy efficient applications for commercial and residential comfort, faced this challenge back in 2010.
And that’s when the company’s strategic initiative to gain more control over its supply chain began, starting with small and medium plants all the way to significantly advancing operations at its 750,000 sq. ft. vertically integrated manufacturing facility in Tyler, Texas.
Watch this discussion featuring supply chain and plant operations leaders from Trane Technologies. You’ll learn:
- The benefits Trane experienced when it transitioned from build-to-forecast to a lean-pull production model.
- What critical steps the company took to improve supply chain visibility, collaboration, and execution with its extended network of partners.
- Best practices on how Trane Technologies manages day-to-day operations and aligns production resources to actual customer demand.
- How Trane has managed through recent supply chain disruptions by strategically working with supply chain partners for lead time planning.
Tune in to learn how you can successfully make the shift from reactive to proactive supply chain and manufacturing operations management.