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Chemicals

Is it time for a new formula? Let Proudfoot show you how to increase chemical production output sustainably, without compromising employee safety.

Deep industry know-how with a focus on productivity and safety

Increasing chemical production output is hard enough. But you also have to do this without compromising employee safety. And the change has to be sustainable. It is difficult. And yet we do it for our clients every day. And the results last.

Proudfoot capabilities

  • Do you need to reduce your outage downtimes?
  • Do you need to improve maintenance effectiveness in a challenging environment?
  • Do you need to improve formulation and supply?
  • Do you need to improve your throughput, while maintaining and reporting on health and safety?
  • Do you need to engage your highly skilled workforce to manage your advanced equipment efficiently?

We achieve lasting change by focusing on your people. Ensuring everyone understands the systems, processes and control and why they exist. As we work together with the people doing the work we uncover processes that are not required or can be fixed to save lost time. Simple fixes costing a few dollars can save minutes here and there saving thousands of dollars over the year. Fixing the frustrations of the people means more engagement from the team and a better work culture.

What if you could...

  • Drive substantial performance improvements reducing absenteeism by 29%?
  • Introduce modern and effective management practices and have them adopted by the team?
  • Decrease costs without disrupting operations and reducing staff?

...with Proudfoot you can!

Our clients

Featured results

Case studies

Reducing Absenteeism: A global company that produces industrial chemicals used in fertilizers had ambitious growth plans. With the market buoyant and demand strong, the CEO sought to deliver the volume uplift from the UK operations through a five-year plan targeted to double output within three years.

Reducing Costs: The CEO of a global chemical corporation wanted to capitalize on opportunities for savings in unit cost production, but not at the expense of worker disruptions or layoffs.

Areas of impact

  • Personel
  • Warehouse
  • Shipping and Receiving
  • Contractor Management
  • Stocks and Surplus
  • Quality Control
  • Purchasing
  • Inventory
  • Recovery
  • Maintenance
  • Sales and Marketing

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