Highlights of the PMMI Financial & Operations Benchmarking Study Most PMMI members weathered the recession because of their ability to manage expenses, but smaller firms had a more difficult time than larger organizations in keeping expenses under control, according to the 2010 PMMI Financial & Operations Benchmarking (F&OB) Study.
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March 21st, 2011 · No Comments · Business Intelligence
June 14th, 2010 · No Comments · Business Intelligence
PMMI’s Financial & Operations Benchmarking Study is a participants only report helps PMMI members understand better how management strategies and tactics impact financial ratios and cash flows – for better or worse. Some highlights are below, but in order to gain access to the full study 2010 (coming later this year), PMMI members must submit [...]
June 7th, 2010 · No Comments · Business Intelligence
2009 was a challenging year for packaging equipment manufacturers. As the economy and manufacturing sector slumped into recession, packaging equipment manufacturers began to feel a pinch in orders, and had to fight harder to maintain margins. So even as operating spending for PMMI members remained comparable to that of 2008, sales dropped — damaging bottom lines across the industry.
May 24th, 2010 · No Comments · Business Intelligence
Every executive at every PMMI member company expects that his or her manufacturing operations will deliver high-quality products on time to customers. But PMMI research indicates this isn’t always the case — and that many companies have significant room for improvement.
April 28th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Business Intelligence
Some 141 PMMI members participated in the 2009 PMMI F&OB Study, and F&OB Update has provided insights from the research to help packaging equipment manufacturers evaluate operating decisions and remain competitive.