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Every industry sector is characterised by its own specific business and operational challenges

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Every industry sector is characterised by its own specific business and operational challenges

By focusing on selected industries with a wide range of references, we offer comprehensive expertise, extensive project experience and deep industry knowledge to help tackle your unique challenges.

Our success is based on our efficient, practical and implementation-oriented consulting services that take the latest trends, success factors and cross-industry practices into account simultaneously.

This approach allows us to support our clients in achieving their goals in a sustainable and effective manner.

By focusing on selected industries with a wide range of references, we offer comprehensive expertise, extensive project experience and deep industry knowledge to help tackle your unique challenges.

Our success is based on our efficient, practical and implementation-oriented consulting services that take the latest trends, success factors and cross-industry practices into account simultaneously.

This approach allows us to support our clients in achieving their goals in a sustainable and effective manner.

Our industries portfolio

Whilst many of our techniques, approaches and models are industry agnostic, the application of those requires an understanding of the respective industry and hence careful adaptation to ensure the maximum value is attained.

Our industries portfolio

Whilst many of our techniques, approaches and models are industry agnostic, the application of those requires an understanding of the respective industry and hence careful adaptation to ensure the maximum value is attained.

  • Footwear, Apparel and Soft Goods

  • Consumer Goods, Food and Beverages

  • Wholesale and Retail

  • Specialty Retailing

  • Airline Catering Supply Chain

  • Utilities and Energy

  • Electronics and White Goods

  • Automotive and Industrial

  • Logistics Service Provider

  • Packaging

Global trends and challenges

Global trends and challenges

The pace and speed of change is no longer linear. It is exponential on a global scale scale across many domains namely: consumer personalisation, concept to shelf time and responsiveness to market change. These factors are impacting all industries.

Eco-systems of different production, trading and logistics parties have to be fine-tuned for harmony, ensuring the global flow of

goods to serve consumer personalisation across all sales channels.

In working with many multinational organisations, we gained insight into these trends that can be leveraged to help in your ability to stay ahead of the market.

The pace and speed of change is no longer linear. It is exponential on a global scale scale across many domains namely: consumer personalisation, concept to shelf time and responsiveness to market change. These factors are impacting all industries.

Eco-systems of different production, trading and logistics parties have to be fine-tuned for harmony, ensuring the global flow of goods to serve consumer personalisation across all sales channels.

In working with many multinational organisations, we gained insight into these trends that can be leveraged to help in your ability to stay ahead of the market.

Global Supply Chain strategies and processes are being used to increase their responsiveness and flexibility to accommodate for consumer demand, new markets, sales channels and multi-channel distribution channels, flexible production and supply chains through lean methods such as one-piece flow. As change is accelerating, so must supply chains.

The environment is becoming ever more competitive with increasing personalisation experiences demanded by the consumer, dwindling consumer loyalty and predictability. There is a high degree of supplier side activities and integration to ensure product supply, paced exactly as needed into the global supply chains. Global sourcing features both long supply chains while needing to increase the local content ratio. The high volatility of the markets complicates planning.

Attaining these efficiencies requires organisations to ensure effective strategies are in place to optimise the value-chain while retaining their brand value with its consumers and customers. Achieving this is possible in combination with management of processes, intelligent organisational design, along with an effective technology stack to sustain them.

Globally, profit is no longer enough, customers demand growth and impact. Consumerism is changing as the market becomes more conscious, driving the “right” choice. Organisations need to redefine what the customer sees as value and employers are forced to look at employee satisfaction and experiences to instil a deeper sense of purpose in the services they provide; while remaining profitable.

Exploiting cost benefits through new sourcing channels, reducing supply costs while avoiding competing on price is a challenge.

Aftermarket services entails increasing requirements and lucrative revenue potential, for instance in the field of spare parts logistics or accessories distribution. Permanent cost and performance optimisation as added value for consumers and/or customers is pertinent, leading to innovation around revenue opportunities to remain competitive. Ask yourself what types of value you can create and the kinds of customer and employee experiences you can ensure.

Consumers are more aware of their purchases, from what it contains to where it was sourced and how it was made. It requires an expansion of services in a sustainably successful business model with environmentally friendly and sustainable initiatives to meet the increased market and consumer demand. Offering sustainable, organic, low carbon footprint products, with matching supply chains is putting pressure on natural resources and organisations to meet the market expectations.

There is also environmental pressure on transport, logistics and warehousing, demanding quick turnaround times with minimal impact on the environment. A competitive challenge to manage is the late variant configuration through clear and optimal postponement strategies, with multi-modal transport planning and freight cost management.

Cloud based technology, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning is on the rise, and more organisations are finding ways of using it to increase efficiencies, production, customer service and overall better performance cross-industries. Our digital footprint is being converted to a physical one, through facial recognition and biometrics; creating opportunity for enhanced services. However, as the world may become more reflective, will this alter or enable our behaviours?

Just when you thought things couldn’t move faster, the next generation of mobile internet is on the brink of launching. 5G Mobile Internet connection offers faster data download and upload speeds, allowing more devices to access it at the same time. More importantly it enables things like Internet of Things, equipment sensors, video cameras and other machines to increase its functionality.

No longer can businesses compete without digitising their data. The need to effectively understand one’s data is no longer something that can be ignored. They key is using it to support business decisions.

Data provides invaluable insight to organisational operations, but consumer data needs to be handled with care. With virtual reality, digital doubles and the dawn of digital footprints being converted to physical; understanding true consumer behaviour is key. As much as data can tell a million stories, it isn’t everything and the need to combine data with traditional approaches and principles will be the competitive edge; bridging the two together with data informing decisions without devaluing the input of the human.

In a world where business becomes more agile, collaborative, efficient and scalable; addressing privacy, digital ethics, data protection and consent becomes more crucial in a dawn of product development.

Global Supply Chain strategies and processes are being used to increase their responsiveness and flexibility to accommodate for consumer demand, new markets, sales channels and multi-channel distribution channels, flexible production and supply chains through lean methods such as one-piece flow. As change is accelerating, so must supply chains.

The environment is becoming ever more competitive with increasing personalisation experiences demanded by the consumer, dwindling consumer loyalty and predictability. There is a high degree of supplier side activities and integration to ensure product supply, paced exactly as needed into the global supply chains. Global sourcing features both long supply chains while needing to increase the local content ratio. The high volatility of the markets complicates planning.

Attaining these efficiencies requires organisations to ensure effective strategies are in place to optimise the value-chain while retaining their brand value with its consumers and customers. Achieving this is possible in combination with management of processes, intelligent organisational design, along with an effective technology stack to sustain them.

Globally, profit is no longer enough, customers demand growth and impact. Consumerism is changing as the market becomes more conscious, driving the “right” choice. Organisations need to redefine what the customer sees as value and employers are forced to look at employee satisfaction and experiences to instil a deeper sense of purpose in the services they provide; while remaining profitable.

Exploiting cost benefits through new sourcing channels, reducing supply costs while avoiding competing on price is a challenge.

Aftermarket services entails increasing requirements and lucrative revenue potential, for instance in the field of spare parts logistics or accessories distribution. Permanent cost and performance optimisation as added value for consumers and/or customers is pertinent, leading to innovation around revenue opportunities to remain competitive. Ask yourself what types of value you can create and the kinds of customer and employee experiences you can ensure.

Consumers are more aware of their purchases, from what it contains to where it was sourced and how it was made. It requires an expansion of services in a sustainably successful business model with environmentally friendly and sustainable initiatives to meet the increased market and consumer demand. Offering sustainable, organic, low carbon footprint products, with matching supply chains is putting pressure on natural resources and organisations to meet the market expectations.

There is also environmental pressure on transport, logistics and warehousing, demanding quick turnaround times with minimal impact on the environment. A competitive challenge to manage is the late variant configuration through clear and optimal postponement strategies, with multi-modal transport planning and freight cost management.

Cloud based technology, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning is on the rise, and more organisations are finding ways of using it to increase efficiencies, production, customer service and overall better performance cross-industries. Our digital footprint is being converted to a physical one, through facial recognition and biometrics; creating opportunity for enhanced services. However, as the world may become more reflective, will this alter or enable our behaviours?

Just when you thought things couldn’t move faster, the next generation of mobile internet is on the brink of launching. 5G Mobile Internet connection offers faster data download and upload speeds, allowing more devices to access it at the same time. More importantly it enables things like Internet of Things, equipment sensors, video cameras and other machines to increase its functionality.

No longer can businesses compete without digitising their data. The need to effectively understand one’s data is no longer something that can be ignored. They key is using it to support business decisions.

Data provides invaluable insight to organisational operations, but consumer data needs to be handled with care. With virtual reality, digital doubles and the dawn of digital footprints being converted to physical; understanding true consumer behaviour is key. As much as data can tell a million stories, it isn’t everything and the need to combine data with traditional approaches and principles will be the competitive edge; bridging the two together with data informing decisions without devaluing the input of the human.

In a world where business becomes more agile, collaborative, efficient and scalable; addressing privacy, digital ethics, data protection and consent becomes more crucial in a dawn of product development.

  • Footwear, Apparel and Soft Goods

Marketing, product development and supply chain go hand-in-hand in these industries with the consumer being the ultimate focus. Management of omni-channel environments and consumer touch-points are becoming the key drivers of success. Responding rapidly to consumer demand requires a deep understanding of the consumer behaviour and how to manage supply responsively and efficiently. The clash between traditional merchandising and modern supply chain approaches is one of the biggest challenges this industry needs to overcome.

ebp Global - Footwear Desk
ebp Global - Footwear Desk
  • Footwear, Apparel and Soft Goods

Marketing, product development and supply chain go hand-in-hand in these industries with the consumer being the ultimate focus. Management of omni-channel environments and consumer touch-points are becoming the key drivers of success. Responding rapidly to consumer demand requires a deep understanding of the consumer behaviour and how to manage supply responsively and efficiently. The clash between traditional merchandising and modern supply chain approaches is one of the biggest challenges this industry needs to overcome.

ebp Global - Footwear Desk

Footwear, Apparel and Soft Goods

Marketing, product development and supply chain go hand-in-hand in these industries with the consumer being the ultimate focus. Management of omni-channel environments and consumer touch-points are becoming the key drivers of success. Responding rapidly to consumer demand requires a deep understanding of the consumer behaviour and how to manage supply responsively and efficiently. The clash between traditional merchandising and modern supply chain approaches is one of the biggest challenges this industry needs to overcome.

  • Consumer Goods, Food and Beverages

When sales growth is mostly moderate, sectors that operate close to the end consumer, such as the consumer goods industry, have to assert their position in a fragmented marketplace against global competitors with large product portfolios. Tough competition within the retail channels and rising raw material costs are placing this sector under considerable cost pressure. At the same time, brand loyalty is dwindling so there is mounting pressure to introduce attractive pricing, enhanced experience and special campaigns. These factors, coupled with the short product life cycles and increasing importance of social, mobile and

e-commerce, not just as sales channels but also as experience channels, are calling for adaptive and highly flexible processes.

The food industry is also increasingly confronted by more stringent health and freshness demands. To guarantee a seamless system of quality assurance, a modern food supply chain must combine precise knowledge of a food’s source and its production and logistics history complemented with effective marketing strategies.

  • Consumer Goods, Food and Beverages

When sales growth is mostly moderate, sectors that operate close to the end consumer, such as the consumer goods industry, have to assert their position in a fragmented marketplace against global competitors with large product portfolios. Tough competition within the retail channels and rising raw material costs are placing this sector under considerable cost pressure. At the same time, brand loyalty is dwindling so there is mounting pressure to introduce attractive pricing, enhanced experience and special campaigns. These factors, coupled with the short product life cycles and increasing importance of social, mobile and e-commerce, not just as sales channels but also as experience channels, are calling for adaptive and highly flexible processes.

The food industry is also increasingly confronted by more stringent health and freshness demands. To guarantee a seamless system of quality assurance, a modern food supply chain must combine precise knowledge of a food’s source and its production and logistics history complemented with effective marketing strategies.

Consumer Goods, Food and Beverages

When sales growth is mostly moderate, sectors that operate close to the end consumer, such as the consumer goods industry, have to assert their position in a fragmented marketplace against global competitors with large product portfolios. Tough competition within the retail channels and rising raw material costs are placing this sector under considerable cost pressure. At the same time, brand loyalty is dwindling so there is mounting pressure to introduce attractive pricing, enhanced experience and special campaigns.

  • Wholesale and Retail

As classical brick and mortar players are under pressure by e-commerce players, most retailers and wholesalers have been forced to reinvent themselves. Adding e-commerce channels is introducing supply chain complexity in the both shopping behaviour and supply solutions. Increased quality of private label offerings and attractive pricing have challenged traditional consumer brand loyalty and increased the challenge of retaining consumers and attracting new ones.

Therefore, retailers are always struggling with assortment efficiency at store level, or range efficiency overall. Increasing the

share of fast and slow movers, whilst reducing the non-movers is a constant challenge. Integrating effective merchandising, demand and buy planning and sales-based replenishment and supply techniques are key requirements for this industry.

Getting the right mix of products in the correct channel at the right time requires a high degree of consumer insight, flexible and responsive distribution options and perhaps rethinking the entire sourcing and production networks. Competitive pressures are driving industry players to turn to technology in the form of AI, IoT and data analytics to drive efficient value chain design.

  • Wholesale and Retail

As classical brick and mortar players are under pressure by e-commerce players, most retailers and wholesalers have been forced to reinvent themselves. Adding e-commerce channels is introducing supply chain complexity in the both shopping behaviour and supply solutions. Increased quality of private label offerings and attractive pricing have challenged traditional consumer brand loyalty and increased the challenge of retaining consumers and attracting new ones.

Therefore, retailers are always struggling with assortment efficiency at store level, or range efficiency overall. Increasing the share of fast and slow movers, whilst reducing the non-movers is a constant challenge. Integrating effective merchandising, demand and buy planning and sales-based replenishment and supply techniques are key requirements for this industry.

Getting the right mix of products in the correct channel at the right time requires a high degree of consumer insight, flexible and responsive distribution options and perhaps rethinking the entire sourcing and production networks. Competitive pressures are driving industry players to turn to technology in the form of AI, IoT and data analytics to drive efficient value chain design.

Wholesale and Retail

As classical brick and mortar players are under pressure by e-commerce players, most retailers and wholesalers have been forced to reinvent themselves.

Getting the right mix of products in the correct channel at the right time requires a high degree of consumer insight, flexible and responsive distribution options and perhaps rethinking the entire sourcing and production networks. Competitive pressures are driving industry players to turn to technology in the form of AI, IoT and data analytics to drive efficient value chain design.

  • Specialty Retailing

Specialty retailing (examples are fashion or cosmetics industry) are always struggling with assortment efficiency at store level, or range efficiency overall. Whether part of a brand, standalone and integrated into an omni-channel setup, increasing the share of fast and slow movers, whilst reducing the non-movers has always been a challenge. Integrating effective merchandise, demand and buy planning, whilst using sales based replenishment and supply techniques, is one of the key requirements for this industry. Consumer personalization has increased the need for the brands to have adaptive product development and supply chain processes at all consumer touchpoints – traditional retail, specialty retail, e-commerce, mobile and social. This combined with an effective social and influencer marketing campaign strategy is a must to stay relevant to its consumers.

ebp Global - Retailing
ebp Global - Retailing
  • Specialty Retailing

Specialty retailing (examples are fashion or cosmetics industry) are always struggling with assortment efficiency at store level, or range efficiency overall. Whether part of a brand, standalone and integrated into an omni-channel setup, increasing the share of fast and slow movers, whilst reducing the non-movers has always been a challenge. Integrating effective merchandise, demand and buy planning, whilst using sales based replenishment and supply techniques, is one of the key requirements for this industry. Consumer personalization has increased the need for the brands to have adaptive product development and supply chain processes at all consumer touchpoints – traditional retail, specialty retail, e-commerce, mobile and social. This combined with an effective social and influencer marketing campaign strategy is a must to stay relevant to its consumers.

ebp Global - Retailing

Specialty Retailing

Specialty retailing (examples are fashion or cosmetics industry) are always struggling with assortment efficiency at store level. Whether part of a brand, standalone and integrated into an omni-channel setup, increasing the share of fast and slow movers, whilst reducing the non-movers has always been a challenge. Consumer personalisation has increased the need for the brands to have adaptive product development and supply chain processes at all consumer touchpoints.

  • Airline Catering Supply Chain

Complexity and uncertainty in the airline catering business is high. Dealing with many different classes of products from meals to blankets to equipment, the supply chain must ensure that when a plane takes off, everything is on board. Not only must the in-flight services provide for customers in the air, but storage space within the plane is also used to reposition supplies of service items around the network. The complexity and difficulty of managing a moving supply network cannot be understated. And, unfortunately, frequent changes in flight schedules, as well as high cost pressures, make the task of managing a cost efficient supply chain very difficult.

ebp Global - Paper Plane

Airline catering is further complicated by managing food safety and quality issues. As airlines try to scale back on free offerings, customers demand high quality and choice in exchange for in-flight purchases. Meeting these needs requires airlines to innovate new offerings, packaging and technology to deliver customer satisfaction while capturing the data necessary to plan for the future.

  • Airline Catering Supply Chain

Complexity and uncertainty in the airline catering business is high. Dealing with many different classes of products from meals to blankets to equipment, the supply chain must ensure that when a plane takes off, everything is on board. Not only must the in-flight services provide for customers in the air, but storage space within the plane is also used to reposition supplies of service items around the network. The complexity and difficulty of managing a moving supply network cannot be understated. And, unfortunately, frequent changes in flight schedules, as well as high cost pressures, make the task of managing a cost efficient supply chain very difficult.

Airline catering is further complicated by managing food safety and quality issues. As airlines try to scale back on free offerings, customers demand high quality and choice in exchange for in-flight purchases. Meeting these needs requires airlines to innovate new offerings, packaging and technology to deliver customer satisfaction while capturing the data necessary to plan for the future.

Airline Catering Supply Chain

Complexity and uncertainty in the airline catering business is high. Dealing with many different classes of products from meals to blankets to equipment, the supply chain must ensure that when a plane takes off, everything is on board. Not only must the in-flight services provide for customers in the air, but storage space within the plane is also used to reposition supplies of service items around the network. The complexity of managing a moving supply network cannot be understated.

  • Utilities and Energy

The Utility and Energy Sector is a broad category that encompasses providing critical services and energy supply to communities, companies and individuals via infrastructure, installed assets, direct distribution and even retail.

It is further complicated by a combination of public and private enterprises that mix uniquely in each local marketplace. While public entities play a key role in a community through services, infrastructure and employment, they also control supply in some markets. Private entities are disrupting many marketplaces with competitive pricing, new services and innovative distribution methods. Regardless whether a consumer receives energy from private or public entity, providers are faced with the challenges

of offering environment-friendly services while keeping pace with the innovation led by technology. The pressure to optimise costs additionally grows with the community’s expectations to have services accessible “at-one-click”.

As digital and consumerisation revolutionise consumer goods, footwear and other industries, the utility and energy sector are not far behind. The Digital Revolution (Mobile, Cloud, Analytics and Social) is driving enormous pressure on this industry to revise and revolutionise the way they offer services to consumers, customers, and employees. It also mandates the need to innovate their revenue generation opportunities.

  • Utilities and Energy

The Utility and Energy Sector is a broad category that encompasses providing critical services and energy supply to communities, companies and individuals via infrastructure, installed assets, direct distribution and even retail.

It is further complicated by a combination of public and private enterprises that mix uniquely in each local marketplace. While public entities play a key role in a community through services, infrastructure and employment, they also control supply in some markets. Private entities are disrupting many marketplaces with competitive pricing, new services and innovative distribution methods. Regardless whether a consumer receives energy from private or public entity, providers are faced with the challenges of offering environment-friendly services while keeping pace with the innovation led by technology. The pressure to optimise costs additionally grows with the community’s expectations to have services accessible “at-one-click”. As digital and consumerisation revolutionise consumer goods, footwear and other industries, the utility and energy sector are not far behind. The Digital Revolution (Mobile, Cloud, Analytics and Social) is driving enormous pressure on this industry to revise and revolutionise the way they offer services to consumers, customers, and employees.

Utilities and Energy

The Utility and Energy Sector is a broad category that encompasses providing critical services and energy supply to communities, companies and individuals via infrastructure, installed assets, direct distribution and even retail.

It is further complicated by a combination of public and private enterprises that mix uniquely in each local marketplace. While public entities play a key role in a community through services, infrastructure and employment, they also control supply in some markets.

 

  • Electronics and White Goods

In a global eco-system of internal and external factories as well as extended lower tier supply networks with long lead-time components are players in this industry have to manage shortening product life cycles and complex customer needs with comparatively slow supply chains. Advanced planning capabilities to anticipate demand and ensure supply readiness are a key component for competitive advantage. Product innovation is required but it must be balanced with long-lead-times for some components to ensure risks are managed properly.

ebp Global - Washing Machine
ebp Global - Washing Machine
  • Electronics and White Goods

In a global eco-system of internal and external factories as well as extended lower tier supply networks with long lead-time components are players in this industry have to manage shortening product life cycles and complex customer needs with comparatively slow supply chains. Advanced planning capabilities to anticipate demand and ensure supply readiness are a key component for competitive advantage. Product innovation is required but it must be balanced with long-lead-times for some components to ensure risks are managed properly.

ebp Global - Washing Machine

Electronics and White Goods

In a global eco-system of internal and external factories as well as extended lower tier supply networks with long lead-time components are players in this industry have to manage shortening product life cycles and complex customer needs with comparatively slow supply chains. Advanced planning capabilities to anticipate demand and ensure supply readiness are a key component for competitive advantage. Product innovation is required but it must be balanced with long-lead-times for some components to ensure risks are managed properly.

  • Automotive and Industrial

The Automotive sector, OEMs and their suppliers are facing tough competition and cost pressure. Moreover, there are significant supply chain challenges, such as parts complexity and proliferation as well as customers’ desire to configure their cars individually. Process efficiency is essential for success in this global and complex environment. Increasing concern about global warming and the drive for greener planet by the citizens of various countries are mandating varying levels of governmental regulations. This, along with on-going emerging market development, the rise of e-cars and e-mobility are significant threats that continuously drive the organisations in this sector to re-invent themselves.

ebp Global - Broken Car
ebp Global - Broken Car
  • Automotive and Industrial

The Automotive sector, OEMs and their suppliers are facing tough competition and cost pressure. Moreover, there are significant supply chain challenges, such as parts complexity and proliferation as well as customers’ desire to configure their cars individually. Process efficiency is essential for success in this global and complex environment. Increasing concern about global warming and the drive for greener planet by the citizens of various countries are mandating varying levels of governmental regulations. This, along with on-going emerging market development, the rise of e-cars and e-mobility are significant threats that continuously drive the organisations in this sector to re-invent themselves.

ebp Global - Broken Car

Automotive and Industrial

The Automotive sector, OEMs and their suppliers are facing tough competition and cost pressure. Moreover, there are significant supply chain challenges, such as parts complexity and proliferation as well as customers’ desire to configure their cars individually. Process efficiency is essential for success in this global and complex environment. Increasing concern about global warming and the drive for greener planet by the citizens of various countries are mandating varying levels of governmental regulations.

  • Logistics Service Provider

The Logistics Service Provider sector began as a mix of regional independent haulage firms and carriers. It has undergone significant consolidation, resulting in global networks that offer customers transport, warehousing and logistics solutions to support end-to-end supply chains for every kind of product imaginable. Fierce competition, low margins and increasing service demands drive cost and efficiency pressure against a backdrop of challenging infrastructure conditions, transport bottlenecks and growing environmental awareness.

ebp Global - Logistics
ebp Global - Logistics
  • Logistics Service Provider

The Logistics Service Provider sector began as a mix of regional independent haulage firms and carriers. It has undergone significant consolidation, resulting in global networks that offer customers transport, warehousing and logistics solutions to support end-to-end supply chains for every kind of product imaginable. Fierce competition, low margins and increasing service demands drive cost and efficiency pressure against a backdrop of challenging infrastructure conditions, transport bottlenecks and growing environmental awareness.

ebp Global - Logistics

Logistics Service Provider

The Logistics Service Provider sector began as a mix of regional independent haulage firms and carriers. It has undergone significant consolidation, resulting in global networks that offer customers transport, warehousing and logistics solutions to support end-to-end supply chains for every kind of product imaginable. Fierce competition, low margins and increasing service demands drive cost and efficiency pressure against a backdrop of challenging infrastructure conditions, transport bottlenecks and growing environmental awareness.

  • Packaging

The packaging industry, which sits in between major raw material suppliers and global brands, has to balance pressure from both sides. It is also currently shaped by growing demand for environmentally friendly and technically sophisticated solutions. This broad product spectrum must feature even more cost-efficient, optically attractive and sales campaign-compatible solutions.

ebp Global - Packaging
ebp Global - Packaging
  • Packaging

The packaging industry, which sits in between major raw material suppliers and global brands, has to balance pressure from both sides. It is also currently shaped by growing demand for environmentally friendly and technically sophisticated solutions. This broad product spectrum must feature even more cost-efficient, optically attractive and sales campaign-compatible solutions.

ebp Global - Packaging

Packaging

The packaging industry, which sits in between major raw material suppliers and global brands, has to balance pressure from both sides. It is also currently shaped by growing demand for environmentally friendly and technically sophisticated solutions. This broad product spectrum must feature even more cost-efficient, optically attractive and sales campaign-compatible solutions.

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