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On-demand Webinar: How Coors Keeps Beer - and Information - Flowing at Peak Performance

Tap into the insight of Coors Director of Process Control and Manufacturing Information Systems Doug Gray, who will share a detailed look at how the brewing icon was able to integrate its process-to-packaging flow.
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Coors reveals how it was able to:

• accurately meet production schedules
• eliminate batch overruns
• integrate production schedule management with SAP to gain accurate, real-time insight into performance

Achieving a closed-loop, top-floor-to-shop floor information exchange has become an essential part of improving the overall responsiveness of your manufacturing operations. Learn how one of the world’s most successful manufacturers embraced this philosophy to their advantage and how they are replicating their infrastructure throughout new and existing plants within their enterprise.

After the presentation, participate in a Q&A session with these thought leaders via this live webcast.


Doug Gray, Coors Brewing Company, Director of Process Control and Manufacturing Information Systems

John Dyck, GE Fanuc Automation, Director of Solutions Marketing, Proficy Production Management Software

Moderated by: Pat Reynolds, Packaging World VP/Editor

Sponsored by: GE Fanuc

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