How can you benefit from this course?
Recent turbulence in global petrochemicals has demonstrated the sensitivity of key markets to factors such as crude prices and changing sentiment. This volatility has reaffirmed the importance of having a clear grasp of the value stream, your costs, and the factors influencing prices, to make calculated purchasing decisions in this sector.
This advanced one and a half day course is designed to build upon your existing purchasing skills and understanding, equipping you with the analytical tools and techniques you need to act confidently in the volatile petrochemicals markets. Enquire about the course now.
Download the course agenda for 17-18 February 2020, London.
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REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS
Welcome and Introduction
Understanding the petrochemicals industry and markets
Analytical approaches to purchasing
Analytical approaches to purchasing continued
Summary and end of day one
Recap previous day
Evaluation – Performance Metrics
Internal Purchasing Training
END OF COURSE
Download the London course agenda (17-18 February 2020)
Having started on the shop floor and worked up through the ranks of the plastics industry, James Ray brings a unique blend of technical, managerial and analytical experience to his consulting role at ICIS.
He has business advisory experience in the areas of benchmarking, operation cost modeling and activity based costing systems, planning, scheduling and project management, risk assessment, supply and demand analysis, alternate value streams and price forecasting. Prior to working for ICIS, James worked for private industry (primarily Capital Management) in manufacturing, converting & recycling polymers for blow molding, extrusion and injection molding as well as textiles. His focus was on improving profitability by working smarter and employing strategies for reducing raw material costs using market intelligence and benchmarking, establishing raw material contracts and aligning with commercial contracts, eliminating waste via Lean Manufacturing and implementing process improvements using Six Sigma Methodology. James holds a degree in computer science from the University of Texas.
ICIS works alongside our clients to create bespoke training courses that mould our expertise and your specific needs. We will pinpoint the current expertise of your employees, areas for improvement, and your business goals, and develop a training course that will bring tangible benefits to your business.
Our custom training courses are delivered as interactive workshops, focusing on the products, concepts and issues that are most relevant and beneficial to you.
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