Unilever Workshop
Unilever opening the Workshop
Unilever on sustainability
InterPartner on the objectives of the Workshop
E-ON
Siemens
Thermax
Veolia
Alfa Laval
Hach
UP/Elodys
Grastim
DHI
Grundfos
Mayekawa
Ingersoll Rand

The Unilever Sustainability and Utilities Workshop was completed in March 2016 in Amsterdam, where selected Unilever teams - supply chain, procurement, sustainability and finance executives - had dialogues with potential outsourcing and sustainability providers to see how well they can support this strategy. Feedback from these teams was key input for InterPartners recommendation to Unilever management.



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Exclusive Workshop with the world's third-largest consumer goods company


Unilever is the world's third-largest consumer goods company measured by revenue, after Procter & Gamble and Nestlé.  InterPartner assisted Unilever during a one-year period in defining objectives and scope for outsourcing, evaluating strategic outsourcing partners, and facilitating a process leading to pilot projects. In this context new sustainability technologies were considered as well.

 

By outsourcing of utilities – such as boilers, CHP, steam plants, power, gas, compressed air, refrigeration, water supply, waste water treatment – to selected outsourcing partners, Unilever can achieve several strategic advantages:


  • More focus on core business

  • Reducing capex

  • Increasing energy and water efficiency

  • Reducing operational cost

  • Reducing complexity of suppliers

 


Unilever Sustainability & Utilities Workshop


March 21-22, 2016 in Amsterdam

Gabriel Reggio, Procurement Director, Capex and MRO