Food

Spur growth across the food value chain.

Food manufacturers will have their work cut out for them in the coming years. Amidst a backdrop of climate change and labour shortages, supply chains will continue to be disrupted. Companies are competing to develop and deliver new innovations in food production, storage, and distribution. Sustainability has now become a key pillar of the food industry.

Customer demand is also seeing a global shift towards increased health and environmental awareness. Examples include continued growth and demand for organic, non-genetically modified, and vegetarian foods, as well as a strong push for food manufacturers to reduce the amount of plastic packaging used across the food value chain.

Food companies must rise to the challenge of implementing these changes, while at the same time working to ensure:

Reduction of production costs

    • Cost of production
    • Ways of working
    • Hygiene control
    • Raw material acquisition
    • Manufacturing cycle time
    • Workforce qualification

 

Supply chain efficiency

    • Inventory control
    • Raw material standardisation

 

Commercial efficiency

    • Commercial strategy
    • Adequacy to the market

 

Food safety control

    • Monitoring systems
    • Data monitoring and analysis

 

Quality control

    • Compliance with norms and standards

 

We have helped our clients rise above these challenges with our deep understanding of the intricacies of the industry, decades of experience across multiple sub-sectors, and the agility to create innovative solutions that deliver a competitive advantage.

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SECTORS

Sub-sectors In Focus

Agriculture is the bedrock of the food supply chain, providing most of the world's food and fabrics, and crucial for economic growth.
The food retail business includes supermarkets, convenience stores, groceries, farmers' markets, public markets, and other retail premises. The increasing consumer demand and rising disposable income is the primary factor fuelling the growth of the market.
This sector includes fishing and seafood farming businesses. Some of the main areas of concern include fleet utilisation, maintenance, processing yields, and fuel consumption.
This refers to the preparation of fresh products and the manufacture of prepared food products. Innovation in food processing technologies, the growing adoption of automation, and an upsurge in the demand for processed food are expected to be the main growth drivers for this sector.
We use this umbrella term to encompass the entire breadth of components, machines, technologies, and systems used to produce and manufacture food products. Some areas of focus include the maintenance and efficiency of food processing machinery, production capacity, and output consistency.
Food

Industry Expertise

Organ­i­sa­tion Strategy
Align port­fo­lios to adapt to the mar­ket. Main­tain mar­gin and results by analysing busi­ness process­es, and analysing and imple­ment­ing sales man­age­ment con­trol systems.
Pro­duc­tion Optimisation
Bring oper­a­tional effi­cien­cy and accel­er­ate time-to-market for prod­ucts and ser­vices through the assess­ment of process­es matu­ri­ty, con­trols, and decision-making methodologies.
Per­for­mance Improvement
Bring prac­tices to an estab­lished lev­el of excel­lence and embed a cul­ture of con­tin­u­ous improve­ment. Devel­op high-performance teams, elim­i­nate loss­es and man­age pro­duc­tion flow. 
Man­ag­ing and Imple­ment­ing Change 
Our proven method­ol­o­gy ensures that any planned changes will be imple­ment­ed to its small­est details and its ben­e­fits last. Design new poli­cies that align with sus­tain­able process­es, restruc­ture the organ­i­sa­tion and train employ­ees to adapt to mar­ket demands.
Dig­i­tal Solutions
Inte­grate dig­i­tal tech­nolo­gies in all areas of the busi­ness to trans­form busi­ness oper­a­tions and deliv­er val­ue. Cre­ate new or mod­i­fy exist­ing busi­ness process­es, cul­ture and cus­tomer expe­ri­ence to meet chang­ing busi­ness and mar­ket requirement.
Sus­tain­abil­i­ty and Social Responsibility
Suc­cess­ful­ly deploy and imple­ment new poli­cies and ini­tia­tives to meet envi­ron­ment, social and gov­er­nance (ESG) cri­te­ria. Imple­ment­ing tools capa­ble of mea­sur­ing ESG cri­te­ria, such as indices and indi­ca­tors, becomes rel­e­vant to a company’s image and profitability.

Food Insights

Dig­i­tal

Posts

15 September, 2021
The dig­i­tal tools trans­form­ing the agri­cul­tur­al industry

Busi­ness Transformation

Posts

19 May, 2021
Stay­ing fresh in the food and bev­er­age indus­try: Chal­lenges and opportunities

Oper­a­tional Excellence

Case Studies

4 May, 2021
An agri-tech man­u­fac­tur­er opti­mis­es effi­cien­cy and saves $450,000

Posts

Dig­i­tal

The dig­i­tal tools trans­form­ing the agri­cul­tur­al industry
15 Sep 2021

Posts

Busi­ness Transformation

Stay­ing fresh in the food and bev­er­age indus­try: Chal­lenges and opportunities
19 May 2021

Case Studies

Oper­a­tional Excellence

An agri-tech man­u­fac­tur­er opti­mis­es effi­cien­cy and saves $450,000
04 May 2021

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