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Chemical Management Services: Case Study in the Semiconductor Industry

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DARCY WHALEY, Chemical Strategies Partnership, San Francisco, CA, USA WILLIAM KOHNEN, Analog Devices, Inc., Santa Clara, CA, USA


Chemical management services (CMS) is an approach where a provider has a long-term contract to supply and manage a manufacturer’s chemicals and related services. Suppliers are compensated not by the volume of chemicals sold, but by the quantity and quality of services delivered. The approach of Chemical Strategies Partnership consists of four key phases: planning, determining baseline chemical costs, developing the scope of the programme and engaging a CMS provider. A programme being developed by Analog Devices, Inc. is described here. Benefits achieved at another semiconductor facility are listed.

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