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Eco-efficiency Study

In concert with MESA International, AVS Systems has launched a major eco-efficiency study that addresses industry-wide progress being made with green/sustainability initiatives.


The study is focused on:

  • Profiling the leadership and IT systems that manufacturers are using to drive high performing, eco-efficient operations;
  • Identifying the change-drivers and barriers that are having the most impact on manufacturer's respective green initiatives; and
  • Qualifying the current state of product, asset, and supply chain management activities with a concluding focus on the results being achieved by surveyed companies.

The product of the survey is a comprehensive report published annually at each MESA NA Confernece. Quarterly updates will be offered through MESA International's newsletter. The hardcopy annual reports will be available through MESA's bookstore.


Participants in the survey will automatically receive a complimenatry copy of all aggregated responses in the master database. They will be able to compare their answers to to all other responsdents. Participation is free of charge.


The targeted participant base spans all industrial product categories as defined by the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) for the manufacturing sector for primary codes 31 through 33.


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About MESA International
Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association (MESA) International is a worldwide not-for-profit community of manufacturing companies, information technology hardware and software suppliers, system integrators, consulting service providers, analysts, academics and students. The combined purpose is to improve business production operations through optimized application and implementation of information technology and management best practices.


In recent years, MESA has expanded its area of interest to include the full range of manufacturing environments from discrete to batch and process. The association's efforts are focused on information technology used to support the real-time events occurring during the production process and how this same information can be used to support broader company and value chain objectives such as lean manufacturing, collaborative supply chain management, regulatory compliance, etc.


Contact Information:

MESA International

107 S. Southgate Drive

Chandler, AZ 85226


Phone: (480) 893-6883

Email: hq@masa.org

Web: http://www.mesa.org/

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