Manufacturing Execution Systems for Bioethanol Manufacturing

Manufacturing Execution Systems for Bioethanol Manufacturing

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​Plant managers need to be able to balance customer requirements with inventory levels, necessitating timely and accurate information to make optimal decisions on whether the plant can profitably make a newly submitted order and how it will impact the rest of the production schedule.

With Honeywell’s Manufacturing Execution Systems, plant managers have access to comprehensive performance data in real-time to more quickly and accurately assess and capitalize on opportunities. These systems increase visibility to information both in the plant and across the supply chain. They guide, initiate, respond to and report onsite activities in real-time, while providing feedback to planning and enterprise systems.

Honeywell’s Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) product portfolio manages production information, including the status of production runs, detailed unit operations, inventory and movement quantities and conversion factors.

By capturing production plans and schedules, communicating approved activities to operators and enabling efficient capture and validation of actual production information, plant managers can improve the collaboration between supply chain planning, production planning and plant operations.

Honeywell offers flexible and comprehensive service programs to optimize application performance and efficiency in all phases of the automation lifecycle.

Honeywell aligns the plant’s service strategy with its business strategy. The company has developed a modular service framework that can be tailored to support the unique needs of any plant and help achieve its long term objectives.

The company’s services typically help plant managers to:

  • Maintain and execute day to day tasks

  • Support systems and assets with access to Honeywell technical resources, hardware and software upgrades

  • Optimize the performance, capacity and availability of applications

  • Change applications to adapt to technology changes, process changes and shifts in business conditions

  • Determine the pace and extent to which new software releases need to be adopted to take advantage of new capabilities.

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