Riverwood Solutions: Boosting Supply Chain Performance Innovatively

Riverwood Solutions: Boosting Supply Chain Performance Innovatively

Roger Malmrose, CEO, Riverwood SolutionsRoger Malmrose, CEO
With the proliferation of products and innovations touching new grounds in the market, their deployment process and sustainability can often be challenging. The birth of a product all the way to its market performance is steadily guided toward the best possible outcomes by Riverwood Solutions through a unique value proposition for their customers, which is “nobody is going to do it better than we do,” extols Roger Malmrose, CEO of Riverwood Solutions. “We provide our services at a price which none of our competitors or customers can replicate, with the highest level of quality. We will do it at the world’s best price and that is our value proposition.”

Operating in multiple offices around the globe, Riverwood has an extended offering array that encompasses product realization, manufacturing and supply chain optimization, and operations management. Since its foundation in 2008, rich roots in understanding supply chain and EMS have led the company to a multi-billion dollar customer base, but also to an exclusive partnership with Indiegogo, supporting and managing product launches of smaller companies by leveraging their own global supply chain expertise. “The challenge with smaller companies is that while having expertise in software engineering is great for them to be able to go in and tweak their software at any given time, the same cannot be said for hardware.”

“There is a lot of experience that goes into understanding and knowing all the steps in launching a product to ensure the highest probability of success. What smaller companies, in particular, need to know is that if you do not have 100 percent resource utilization of your human capital, you are running inefficiently and lowering your company’s market value,” asserts Malmrose. It costs the company valuation when it goes to the market.


What smaller companies, in particular, need to know is that if you do not have 100 percent resource utilization of your human capital, you are running inefficiently and lowering your company’s market value


“It certainly makes sense to have our expertise in between their software engineering process and designing the product and the supply chain to meet their customers’ needs, which results in lower costs and larger profits.”

The depth of expertise and experience at Riverwood Solutions allows them to understand the nature of basically any problem, work up a solution with the customer, and execute it. Riverwood tailors solutions for industrial, medical, and electronic products, to name a few, that heavily vary in both software and hardware. Riverwood is in charge of ensuring the quality of the supply chain and the right materials are used and utilized to the fullest to retain quality consistency and the value of the customer’s product.

Furthermore, adapting to new technologies and being able to meet the different customer needs in terms of how well their products are already put together, their funding or how ready the market is for them to think of taking the next step is “pertinent to the further empowerment of Riverwood’s value proposition,” Malmrose emphasizes. “We do whatever it takes, quickly and effectively, and we are always looking for ways to get faster results.”

In regards to the future of Riverwood Solutions, the company shows no signs of slowing down, with more geographical expansion in sight, leveraging the fantastic infrastructure bases in China and Mexico, among others. “It is all about finding new and the most competitive solutions for our customers, and we will continue to leverage our global positioning to achieve that,” concludes Malmrose.