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Text Box: Industrial and manufacturing companies are more competitive in today's world market than ever before.  Every capital investment made must achieve the planned return on that investment and be completed and generating revenue, on time and on budget, or else the company may not exist. .  This return can only be realized if the project is planned and executed correctly.  
Benchmark knows that these capital projects are very different form on-going operations, and require the specialized knowledge and experience that Benchmark provides.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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System Implementation & Integration
Design, layout and installation of new process equipment, materials handling systems, support system and associated facility modifications must be properly planned and implemented to achieve the return on investment.  Scheduling, equipment layout, process flow, material & WIP logistics, outage planning, construction scheduling, vendor & construction coordination, facility modifications, equipment layouts material handling and support systems layout and communication coordination between owner and all project participants are all important aspects of successful project fulfillment. 
 
New Facility / Expansion / Consolidation
Companies performing modifications and expansions must achieve the planned return on investment.  This return can only be realized if the project is planned and executed correctly.  Especially in today’s market, the project must be completed and generating revenue, on time and on budget, or else the company may miss the entire market opportunity.  These projects, that seem to be a thorn in the side of everyday operations, are actually the lifeblood of keeping the company alive.
 
New & Relocated Process Lines
Relocation of assembly lines while maintaining product supply to assembly plants is a critical operation that requires very detailed planning and execution.  these projects create a huge responsibility for contracts, outage scheduling, production & bank build, equipment layout, process flow, contractor coordination, communication coordination, and contract execution between sending and receiving locations. 
 
 
Process Improvements
All processes can be improved, bottlenecks can be resolved, components can be maximized, manufacturing can be leaner.  unfortunately, highly focused process improvement based on component statistics and bottleneck elimination may not truly benefit the bottom line.  process improvement must start from the top down, breaking down problems into their simplest parts, solving the problem parts and rebuilding the process back from the bottom up to ensure that the end result is an improvement to the operation's bottom line.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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