The chemical industry is experiencing drastic changes in raw materials availability and costs, energy costs and distribution, and ecological concerns over materials, design and manufacturing processes. Our local experts promise to help customers in this industry meets these changes with a unique balance of forward thinking, experience, and professionalism.
Chemical producers share many of the same challenges – a need to know that production assets are available and reliable, that you’re producing the right amount of product at the right quality, and that your process is as energy efficient as possible. But just as no two chemical operations are alike, there is no standard solution for meeting these challenges.
At Control Southern, we have the right technology, consultants, and expertise to help you create a solution as unique as your process.
Whether you’re in the fertilizer or crop protection business, market volatility, energy costs, and environmental compliance create daily challenges that must be considered when optimizing production.
Control Southern has the right expertise and technology to help you achieve the throughput, availability, and quality needed to meet your customers’ demands for higher quality and lower inventories. At the same time, we can help you operate at the best possible efficiency without sacrificing flexibility and responsiveness.
In an industry known for corrosive processes, reliability issues caused by accelerated wear mean continuous diligence to ensure high rates and optimal energy consumption. Added to that, small disturbances can have big consequences—from safety and environmental concerns to economic viability.
In any large continuous process, small disturbances can quickly have big consequences—from safety and environmental concerns to the potential for lengthy shutdowns. And every day, ensuring efficient energy usage is at the top of your list.
Demand for plastics and polymers is strong and growing stronger. That’s good news, but it comes with the need to produce to tighter specs and quality standards. Added to that, you’re under pressure to improve flexibility and responsiveness and minimize transition times - all while ensuring quality, energy efficiency, environmental compliance, and safety.
In the past, your plant’s quality and throughput were dependent on your operators’ manual activities and their years of experience conforming to static standards and procedures. In today’s market place, most manufacturers are faced with trying to maintain operational excellence as they push an aging infrastructure to be flexible enough to align with their customers’ needs – all while bringing in the next generation of process engineers.