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A learning procedure consisting of observing the management techniques and organizational methods of other companies in order to compare them to your own. The objective is to increase your performance. In industries using removable modular structures, we have observed that the benchmarking effect is extremely pronounced in multi-site companies, and even in certain fields such as bottled water, for example. Once a site has acquired a modular, removable structure, others follow suit and use them to optimize their own operations.