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KPIs for cement logistics


INFORM's webinar shows the relevance of Key Performance Indicators in cement logistics and supply chain management.


Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are a vital tool for measuring business-wide performance and are long-established within sales, financial and operational departments. The use of KPIs in cement logistics and supply chain management is, however, often neglected, although these departments are mission critical in order to maximize efficiencies, customer satisfaction and profit margins.

This webinar will:

  • Provide typical examples of what can be measured in cement loading, distribution and transportation;
  • Explain how to convert these metrics into useful KPIs;
  • Show what steps can be taken to improve logistics performance and planning.




INFORM specializes in Agile Optimization Software to improve planning and operational decision making. Integrating with almost every existing IT landscape, these systems render a wide range of business processes more productive, agile, and reliable. Globally, more than 550 business analysts and software engineers, originating from more than 30 nations, provide systems to more than 1,000 customers. Solution deployment is turn-key, including individual customization, on-site consulting, go-live assistance, and perpetual 24/7 support.



INFORM Karsten Horn Karsten Horn Business Development Manager

Karsten Horn holds a master degree in business administration from "Friedrich-Alexander" University in Nuremberg (Germany). He has more than 17 years sales and consulting experience within the IT sector, including companies like Atos Origin and BASF IT Services.

He joined INFORM's Inventory & Supply Chain Division in 2006 as Director International Sales. Since January 2015 he is Business Development Manager in the Logistics Division, with a focus on transport optimization in the construction materials industry.

For questions, inquiries and orders please contact our team at [email protected] or at +4-075-462-5768.

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