Across the globe, manufacturing companies operate in fast-paced, process-driven environments. The need to fulfil customer orders while also responding to changing market demands means company assets must operate at maximum efficiency and output at all times.
As key elements within global supply chains, ports and terminals provide an important service to a wide range of organisations. Tasked with transferring everything from raw materials to finished goods, their availability, throughput and reliability is vital for the health of national economies.
With growth in demand for energy in emerging economies showing no sign of slowing and renewables taking the place of more traditional energy sources in developed economies, operators face a mix of demand side and cost challenges. While these drivers are different, effective asset management plays a big part in addressing the needs of power generators.
Effective facilities management requires visibility across the portfolio, control over maintenance, compliance and refurbishment plans and insight into the service levels, utilisation, condition and costs associated with assets.
Proper maintenance of fleet resources is an important task for any business. As a vital tool in the provision of services to clients, a fleet must be in operation and utilised as efficiently as possible at all times.