Interesting insight here from Tony O'Brien - Plant Manager at Kellogg's.
Some large scale numbers here in regards to factory output as well as discussing some of the projects that he has been involved with, insuring you have your favourite cereal at your breakfast table each morning.
Kellogg's Tony O'Brien is using company cutbacks to make his site more efficient, says Noli Dinkovski As plant manager, I am responsible for the production of up to 1M boxes of cereal a day. It can be a challenge, but it’s one I relish. I have just celebrated 20 years at Kellogg, the past eight of which have been in my current role. Some of my time at the company was spent at our European headquarters in Dublin, which helped give me a much broader understanding of the cereal business and the supply chain. My responsibility, first and foremost, is to make good quality food. Of course, ensuring the safety of our staff is paramount too. And then it’s about achieving a desired cost-competitiveness, getting deliveries right, and all the other key performance indicators associated with manufacturing.