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„All the objectives have been met and the project has been a success. The production was moved, we maintained our level of service, and people in the organization were happy”, says the COO of the company.“
A waste management company had terminated the agreement with Danish 5 cities and the situation was critical.
The complex project of moving the production from Denmark to Poland was initiated but did not run as planned and was delayed. It was important that the transfer was done in an effective way and at the same time keep a high level of customer service. The assignment also contained training of the staff, shut down of the Danish operations, and start-up of the operations in Poland.
Within 10 days, globalise Denmark presented a senior interim Project Manager who had previous experiences in moving and starting production in Poland. He knew the typical pitfalls and could prevent problems before they arose. With strong skills in project management and production technology, the Interim Manager could safely lead and complete the project within the time frame of 1 year.
Within 1 year the transfer was successfully completed. The customer service was kept at a high level and the employees were satisfied.
The Finnish subsidiary had not been fully integrated into the international parent company and had not taken full advantage of the opportunities offered. The company needed help to utilize the parent company’s international corporate structures more efficiently.
A waste management company had terminated the agreement with Danish 5 cities and the situation was critical. The decision had to be made whether the municipals should make a new offer to the waste management company or establish a new joint company themselves.
With an annual turnover of approximately 100 million Euros, the company operates mainly in the forging sector of high-strength steel components for a wide variety of industries. It operates two industrial sites and serves around 100 customers in over 40 countries worldwide, some of …