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Glatfelder - Growth with best practice know-how of paper industry

Glatfelter Composite Fibber’s Business Unit (CFBU), wanted to optimize their processes and tools and establish best practices supported by improved use of the existing SAP solution.

Carsten Henke

Head of Production Excellence

“This was clearly the best fit option for our requirements. Tieto’s solution will help us to minimize process interruptions, and it gives us better support for our processes. The additional services by Tieto will help us to deliver a successful project”

- Yasar Mert Program Director, Glatfelter 

The business challenge

Glatfelter CFBU had initiated a program to optimize their processes and tools. They also wanted to establish best practices based on integration of existing SAP solution and new tools and system support for its processes.

The Tieto solution

Tieto collaborated with Glatfelter CFBU in a contract for two years to implement Tieto’s Integrated Paper Solution. TIPS offers leading applications for planning, trim optimization and manufacturing execution in the paper industry. Tieto further offered the customer with its expertise and advisory service for Change Management and Data Management. Tieto thus helped the customer minimize process disruptions and better support for our processes. Tieto provides its customers with more intelligent ways to connect and accelerate their transformation towards a more intelligent forest industry.

Service features provided

  • Improved functionality for customer’s existing SAP business platform
  • Applications for planning, trim optimization, and manufacturing execution in the paper industry

About the customer

  • Leading global developer and manufacturer of specialty food and beverage filtration papers, metallized papers and technical papers
  • Headquarters in Gernsbach (Germany)
  • Production locations are situated in Germany (paper, metalized paper), France (paper), UK (paper, metalized paper) and the Philippines (pulp production).
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