Increasing productivity has been the core of every industrial revolution and Industry 4.0 is no different. Real time shop floor analytics and the interconnectivity of processes and machines will accelerate efficiency gains and cost savings leading to significant and sustainable value creation. In a slow-growth and increasingly cost competitive market, productivity gains are paramount, and no manufacturing company can afford to lose out in operational efficiency against their market peers.
In this white paper, Tim Raven discusses the correlation between overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and EBITDA and illustrates how modest and quickly achievable gains in OEE can have a significant impact on EBITDA and company valuation. Through a structured engagement process mid-market consumer and industrial products manufacturers can unlock a 250bp – 400bp EBITDA margin improvement. For a $150M revenue business, this represents a $3.75M - $6.0M increase in EBITDA, and assuming an 8.0x enterprise value multiple, a $30M - $48M increase in value.
About the author
Tim Raven is Managing Director and leads Worximity’s US practice. He is an operations, finance, and digital manufacturing expert with over 25 years’ experience working with privately held and sponsor-owned mid-market consumer and industrial products manufacturers.
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