Net content control is one of the most important and challenging areas of consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturing operations. Any deviation from optimal performance results in unnecessary costs—directly impacting profitability, compliance with regulatory requirements and reputational risk.
As a result, many manufacturers resort to some degree of overfilling. For packaged goods, that are costly to produce or are produced in high volumes, overfilling is an expensive activity—not only in the sale cost of that ‘giveaway’ product, but also in the waste of resources consumed to produce that additional content (across man, material and machine). What’s more, it potentially has an impact on the manufacturer’s environmental and social responsibilities.
The advanced process and quality monitoring capabilities of the InfinityQS Enact® Quality Intelligence platform provide manufacturers with an efficient and powerful solution to overcome these challenges, covering the entire manufacturing process—from data collection, to shop floor monitoring and control, to executive analysis of enterprise-wide performance.
This Enact® use case addresses the challenges of achieving optimal net content control in CPG manufacturing, highlights the extensive capabilities of Enact® and explains how CPG manufacturers use Enact® to optimize net content control performance across their operations.
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If you are interested in understanding more about how the InfinityQS Enact® Quality Intelligence solution works specifically with Food & Beverage Packaging Operations, download our Net Content Control in Food & Beverage Packaging Operations use case here: