Building a new liquid foods plant and installing production lines is not only incredibly complex, but it also has the potential to create conflicting agendas.
The plant’s owner is highly motivated to keep costs low and efficiency high; the OEM is motivated to get the plant up and running quickly, minimizing delays and costs that could eat into profit margins. In theory, both sides operate in good faith and seek a win/win outcome, but in reality it can be challenging to get any such plant running according to best practices.
For these reasons, Liquid sometimes acts as a validator that a plant owner has the production equipment and operating efficiencies they were promised. Validating such a complicated transaction requires an in-depth understanding of every aspect of the production setup and operating procedures; in many cases, the management of a newly built factory does not have the time or knowledge to do this.
In these situations, we seek to accelerate the process of getting the plant to operate at the high standards everyone expected. Our role is to be constructive and collaborative, helping to ensure that all parties enjoy a highly positive outcome.
This is just one of many ways that we make it easier for our clients.