Integration in Value Networks

  • Collaborative supply chain planning and deep horizontal and vertical integration of physical processes within the supply chain. 
  • Event-driven supply chain management based on real-time data for improved planning and decision-making.
  • Synergy effects and higher scalability through shared resources, such as warehouse space or facilities, within the value network.
  • Potential for CO2 reduction through more efficient design of transport routes as well as avoidance of waste through better inventory control.
  • Faster adjustment of production capacities through easier relocation of products and production facilities between the individual plants.


Hans-Georg Scheibe

Hans-Georg Scheibe
Member of the management board
Tel.: +49 89 1215 90-0

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Case Studies

Case Study

A dairy company is continuing its success story with a clear vision: After times of war and factory fires, it is building the most technologically advanced "Future Factory" in its region. With ROI-EFESO, the company is developing a concept for the factory, which is to be built on 70,000 square meters by 2030 - and is combining this planning with a digitization/Industry 4.0 initiative for ongoing production

Case Study

A start-up wants to position itself as one of the highest-volume European heat pump manufacturers within only four years. In order to achieve this ambitious goal, ROI-EFESO develops a production and material flow planning for the construction of the planned Gigafactory and ensures a fast scalability of the production capacities through a Smart Factory concept.