Fast Moving Goods (FMCG)
General Energy Situation
Soft drinks. Toilet paper. Toothpaste. These are just a few examples of FMCGs that need to be sold quickly and at low cost. As such, huge amounts of energy are used across the entire supply chain, especially in the manufacturing and transportation process.
- Consumer demand a high standard of sustainable production
- Downwards pressure on price
- Increased competition – from local manufacturers and private labels
- High raw material cost
- Volatile production cycle
- Short product lifecycle
- Constant change in machinery setup
- Inconsistent value chain in different countries
Cendid offers unique solutions for the FMCG industry
CENDID has in-depth FMCG industry experience and is able to offer comprehensive energy assessment and energy saving measures. Our latest success story in Eastern Europe involved the installation of a cogeneration plant that deliver annual savings of 700,000 Euros annually.
CENDID provides integral energy management and efficiency solutions tailored to the specific needs of the FMCG industry through its many technical and managerial solutions.