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First Simulate, Then Invest

Companies very often have a long-standing and complex logistics network for certain products. Sometimes this also involves several sites. If an increase in capacity is planned, a number of questions can arise: is the existing network perfectly prepared for this production expansion? Or are adjustments necessary, for example, in the flow rates in the pipeline or in the capacities of the temporary storage tanks? Bayer MaterialScience faced questions like this, when the production of raw materials for certain coatings was expanded. The supply-chain engineering experts at Bayer Technology Services helped with a customized computer simulation and thus provided the basis for targeted and cost-effective investment decisions.

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