Data-backed insights for plastics processors
For 26 years, Plante Moran has conducted the North American Plastics Industry Study (NAPIS), the industry’s most comprehensive benchmarking study. Plastics processors are up against stiff competition and an ever-evolving manufacturing world. More than ever, processors need to embrace Industry 4.0 and operational changes to improve existing processes, increase labor productivity, and reduce manufacturing costs to stay ahead.
This industry-leading study allows us to provide plastics processors with a data-driven understanding of where you stand — and where you need to go to maintain a competitive advantage in the industry. Data points and analysis span key business functions, including strategy, operations, and finance. The metrics help highlight the health of your facility, with comparative data from more than 200 competing facilities.
Plastics processors need solid financial and operational benchmarking data to balance risk and opportunity. Take the NAPIS survey to confidently assess the health of your business with comparative data from the competition.
North American Plastics Industry Study: 2020 Summary Report
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