Cost Optimization in Maintenance, Repair & Operating Supply (MRO) with Expense Reduction Analysts
For organizations in the manufacturing sector, operational supplies are the lifeblood of the business.
Depending on the business, this can include factory consumables, chemicals & industrial gases, lab supplies, MRO supplies, and packaging.
An organization’s ability to control the total manufacturing costs of these supplies – direct manufacturing costs, and variable costs – is vital to an organization’s financial health.
ERA can assess expenses to find manufacturing cost-savings opportunities. We help determine if incumbent suppliers are offering the most advantageous pricing for operational supplies, applying years of experience, and supplier knowledge to improve companies’ cash flow.
With a variety of chemical manufacturers and chemical supply companies providing the raw materials and products needed to support manufacturing efforts and operations, how does a business know if their chemical supply costs are truly competitive?
Expense Reduction Analysts works with companies to review their costs in expense categories, including chemicals.
Factory consumables must be replaced regularly as part of the manufacturing process. Controlling the total manufacturing costs of supplies — direct manufacturing costs and variable manufacturing costs — is vital to an organization’s financial health, as is the monitoring of the major trends and developments in the market.
Expense Reduction Analysts supports businesses with valuable operations knowledge and by identifying cost-savings opportunities.
Maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) supplies and services are indispensable to routine operations. Still, not many companies have the time and resources to follow market trends and prices for all segments.
Expense Reduction Analysts helps businesses to maximize their efficiency and spending in the MRO cost category.
For some businesses, uniforms and linen are essential expenditures.
Expense Reduction Analysts can review client expenses to assess savings opportunities in this category while providing a similar or better service that meets both employer and employee requirements.