After successful development and implementation of global plant facility standards for Procter & Gamble’s Manufacturing Management Nerve Center Operations, Baby Care and Hair Care divisions, BHDP was commissioned to develop a fourth global plant standard for P&G’s Global Fabric & Home Care business.

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Adopting Global Plant Standardization has allowed P&G to achieve cost savings through repeatable versus one-off project-to-project designs, productivity improvements and accelerated concept through design completion schedules that meet speed to market objectives. Other benefits include cost benchmarking, improved capital forecasting, global equipment asset reallocation and “Minimum Entry Model” facility designs that create opportunities for expansion into emerging markets. A commitment to Plant Facility Standardization brings with it the possibility to create designs that travel globally.

Procter & Gamble’s first planned implementations of the new Global Fabric & Home Care plant standard include expansions in Jakarta, Indonesia, and Taicang, China, for which they have commissioned BHDP to deliver concept and definition design.