The Right Mix for Product Planning Success
Continental Mills, Inc. is a privately held manufacturer and marketer of baking and beverage mixes, snacks and other high quality food products. The family-owned company has strong branded products sold under its Krusteaz®, WildRoots®, Kretschmer® Wheat Germ and Alpine®. To support the company’s expanding product portfolio, changes in resources and tightened upstream constraints, Continental Mills needed a way to manage and maximize the use of its production assets.
Learn how Continental Mills uses secondary constraints in Supply Planning to:
- • Create a plan in Supply Planning without overloading Manufacture Planning
- • Ability to model “one to many” constraints within the system
- • Maximize available capacity to increase asset utilization
Speaker: Tami Burkley, Master Scheduler
Bio: Tamera Burkley is the Master Scheduler for Continental Mills, a privately held, family-owned food company headquartered in Tukwila, Wash. Tamera is responsible for scheduling and planning for four manufacturing plants located in Washington, Kansas, Illinois and Kentucky, as well as maintaining and modeling scenarios within the Logility Supply Planning software. Her career in the food industry spans more than 20 years, and includes progressive roles in both Quality Assurance and Manufacturing. Ms. Burkley is APICS certified CSCP.
In addition to tackling supply chain challenges, Tamera is an enthusiastic Mariner and Seahawk fan. She recently coordinated the Pacific NW Logility users group meeting in Seattle.