In less than 18 months, the Scoresby site has developed a visual workplace culture and has almost halved the material waste generated by the site ? and this is just the beginning of the journey
Event Location : Scoresby
Event Date : 2/28/2013 0:00
Event Time : 1pm - 4.30pm
About Event : The Material and Waste Hierarchies
Segregation and measurement of waste
Mass balance thinking
Linking process capability and process performance
Leading an improvement culture
At the Scoresby operations, you will see the first steps of a committed journey to minimise waste and optimise use of all resources. This Insight visit will emphasise practical examples of measuring and minimising waste, improving process yields, avoiding landfill and reducing operating costs, including tips on how to best get started.
The visit will be complemented by Insight facilitators who will introduce the waste hierarchy and waste avoidance best practices, and present supporting material reduction case studies from a range of local manufacturing operations.
Kraft Foods is a global leader in snack foods and has manufactured some of Australia?s most iconic brands for over 100 years. Since Kraft?s acquisition of Cadbury in 2010, the Scoresby operations continues to manufacture the Natural Confectionary Company and Pascal brands: some of the most popular products on supermarket shelves today.
In 2009, Kraft Food?s Port Melbourne operations? Vegemite project was recognised with the Banksia ?Paddock to Plate? award for environmental excellence. Key members of this team are now deploying similar strategies and improvement approaches to other Kraft operations, including this operation, to replicate similar results.