Demand Forecaster at Teknor Apex: Supply Chain World Magazine

In August 2013, global plastics producer Teknor Apex, decided to replace their current demand planning solution and instead implement Optimity Demand Forecaster across all markets and product segments.. We are delighted to announce that we have been highlighted in the prestigious SCW Magazine’s December edition describing the Teknor Apex’s world-wide Supply Chain and IT initiative.

Peter Matteo, CIO, Teknor Apex: “Optimity clearly demonstrated how their application would support our Demand Forecasting needs. With modern and flexible application functionality Optimity allows us to support business and world region specific forecasting needs without sacrificing our Corporate Planning goals. Working with Optimity’s knowledgeable consultants Teknor Apex is confident Demand Forecaster will help us improve our S&OP planning process”.


Niklas Andersson, MD, Optimity Singapore: “We are very proud to have won the confidence from a market leader such as Teknor Apex and are excited about this global implementation  project “.

About Teknor Apex:

Teknor Apex Company is a privately held company founded in 1924 and headquartered in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, USA. We manufacture for our eight divisions in 8 locations in the U.S., and one each in Singapore, China, Belgium and the United Kingdom.

We are a diversified material science company using complementary technologies to serve common markets. The following divisions have been the logical evolution of our growth: Vinyl, Thermoplastic, Nylon, Bioplastics, Teknor Color Company, Chemical, Toll and Specialty Compounding, Garden Hose.


About Optimity:

Optimity develops leading software to help visualize, simplify and optimize the planning process. We help our customers to balance demand and supply in the most profitable and effective way. We experience rapid growth and over the last couple years we have won the confidence from companies such as IKEA, Skanska, Woolworths, EON, Legrand, Lantmännen, Anzco, Procordia, Trelleborg, Lofbergs and others.