Our clients span across multiple industries, sectors and geographies. In the past ten years alone, REL has implemented more than $25 billion in working capital improvements for our clients. Browse selected case studies by industry.
Aerospace and defense company achieves €800 million of cash to fund future product development through improving its Source-to Settle and Customer-to-Cash processes. Read More
Global aerospace corporation was facing high incidents of late payment across the business and it had no reporting to identify the causes of late payment. Through improving its handling of payments to suppliers the company was able to reduce its working capital by €67M, at the same time as reducing the amount of disputed invoices by 50%. Read More
Major US auto manufacturer reduced its working capital by over $830M in just 4 months by renegotiating supplier payment terms and streamlining related working capital processes. Read More
Through improving its handling of supplier payments, an automobile manufacturer was able to improve its working capital performance, achieving this improvement was critical in its attempt to reverse the company trend. Read More
Building products producer reduced working capital from 25% to 20% in only 15 months, benefits delivered primarily through inventory reduction programme. Read More
The diverse nature of a global specialty chemicals companies business meant that activities to reduce working capital had not been given insufficient priority in the local operating companies, that is until improving working capital became a necessity to meet private equity financing needs. Read More
Leading provider of cable solutions meets financial market's expectations through reducing its working capital by 27% which contributed to 20% increase in the stock price. Read More
A pilot implementation of an inventory reduction program brings 11% of full potential benefits to a major Tobacco company in the first 3 months. Read More
Royal FrieslandCampina, a multinational dairy company, achieves $285 million in cash-flow generation with REL Consultancy's by implementing world-class working capital performance processes. Read UK Version | Read US Version
A global, research-based group active in life sciences, polymers and chemicals reduces working capital by €1.29B in three months through a quick wins programme focussed on inventory and accounts receivable. Read More
Cytec Industries Inc. is a global specialty chemicals and materials company with operations in more than 36 countries, focused on developing, manufacturing and selling value-added products. Due to the economic downturn, in 2009 Cytec needed to amend its bank facility covenants and wanted to refinance senior debt due in 2010. The pressure was on to demonstrate to the capital markets that Cytec could continue to generate cash through the downturn in the business cycle. Read More
Hexion Specialty Chemicals is the world's largest producer of binder, adhesive, coating and ink resins for industrial applications. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Hexion employs approximately 6,200 people globally and serves customers in most world markets. Read More
Global specialty chemicals company achieves 18% reduction in days sales outstanding (DSO) through worldwide receivables improvement programme. Read More
A leading utility company was facing poor controls across the Customer-to-Cash processes, leading to more than 40% overdue AR. Through customer-to-cash processes improvements the company achieved €600M reduction in accounts receivable. Read More
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REL director for South Africa Jonas Schoefer unpacks details on how the working capital performance improved slightly for 160 of the largest South African public companies in the REL analysis, in an interview with South African Business and Financial Journalist Candy Guvi.
REL showed the disciplines and maturity to "run with the ball" and we admired the way REL pushed back when needed to and kept the momentum going in a difficult and complex situation.