Read the interview in Global Recycling with Mark Abbas, CMO of AMCS
Read the interview with Mark Abbas from AMCS about paper recycling in the digital edition of Global Recycling.
Published in Global Recycling 3/2019 edition
As a Paper recycler, you are tasked with procuring fibre, processing, and producing feedstock for the paper mill as efficiently as possible. From collecting recycled material from different suppliers, dealing with numerous sites, to dealing with transportation impact offers a challenge to effectively managing your supply costs.
To assure that you are addressing these challenges, you need to have complete visibility of your operations. With AMCS’ platform, you can consolidate a wide range of data into one central repository. Powerful reporting capabilities allow you to easily configure the data, extract critical information and make important business decisions. From managing your scale house operations to creating standardized or custom pricing mechanisms, carrying out demand planning, or creating supplier contracts, AMCS offers standardisation and consolidation.
Mark Abbas, CMO of AMCS was interviewed about the solution for paper recycling. Read the full interview in the digital edition of Global Recycling.
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