The circular economy sector is on the threshold of major changes and maintaining the profitability of the business requires streamlining and developing existing operating models.

The daily lives of circular economic operators are constantly changing, as the sector balances between the constraints of growing and profitable business and regulatory obligations. Effective material flow management is key to maintaining and developing business profitability. 

Poor data management and manual work phases leads to wasted working hours and money. How can you ensure that material flows become 100% billable and reporting reliable?

This guide will help you improve the efficiency of material flows in the circular economy. We address the topic from four critical perspectives: material flows, workflows, data flows and cash flows. All of these are united by better knowledge management. The purpose of this guide is to help you identify ways to improve the efficiency of material flows, optimize work, manage data more effectively, and grow profitably. 

In the guide, we answer e.g. the following questions:

  • What are the most common pitfalls of material flow management and how to solve them?
  • How can the amount of manual work be reduced in everyday life?
  • What are the benefits of a material flow management system and how does it streamline the daily life of a plant manager?
  • What to consider when choosing a material flow management system?

Cover image of the Pinja guide Four perspectives on improving the management and reporting of material flows in the circular economy

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See also:

Blog: Circular economy inventory management system – easy and real-time inventory management
Blog: Self-service waste collection stations are becoming increasingly common – with a wide range of options for waste collection
Flow by Pinja - A system for improving the efficiency of material flows