August 2019

Process Control and Instrumentation

Projects as programs: A vision for long-term project success

Process industries across the globe grapple with producing dozens or even hundreds of different products.

Scofield, R., Solvay

Process industries across the globe grapple with producing dozens or even hundreds of different products. For organizations constantly switching between products, automation systems are not just basic infrastructure, they are key tools for process optimization. At Novecare, a business unit of Solvay, some of our facilities manufacture more than 100 different products. Our automation system is critical to our continuous efforts to achieve high operational performance and to ensure that products are made to customers’ exacting specifications. In many cases, this means continually tweaking individual processes for specific customers to meet their changing needs and goals, often with very short

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