From development to production to sales and aftersales - we advise our customers individually with innovative and digital approaches, always focussing on reasonable and feasible solutions.
Because of our broad expertise, we actively support our customers in five areas of competence. Our experts in Industrial Engineering, Product Compliance, Customer & Business Solutions, Change & Adaptation and Contracting & Recruitment concentrate on questions such as:
How does ideal manufacturing look like? What legal requirements does the product have to fulfill? How can a hybrid sales approach be optimally designed? How can our customers' data be systematically analyzed and processed in an informative way? How do we successfully design the digital transformation of products and processes?
We offer consulting services for value-adding digitization and focus our value-based project work on sustainability.
Find out how energy management systems can optimise production processes and reduce costs. How the integration of EnMS into factory planning can enable a more sustainable and profitable future. Immerse yourself in the world of energy-efficient manufacturing!Read more
Sustainability is often promoted as a comprehensive concept that encompasses a company's entire value chain. When sustainability is viewed as a whole, this inevitably also draws attention to the production sites where the products are manufactured.Read more
The topic of sustainability has been gaining importance in all industry sectors due to increasing regulatory requirements and growing external pressure from stakeholders. Manufacturing companies tend to focus on optimizing their energy consumption and increasing resource efficiency, thus tackling sustainability on the process level. However, only few delve deeper into ensuring their manufactured product is sustainable from its conception. In fact, an estimated 80% of a product’s environmental impacts arise from design decisions.Read more
Given that the lifespan of products for end consumers is significantly shorter than that of production facilities and factory buildings, manufacturing companies face the question of what happens to the existing production infrastructure after discontinuation of a product.Read more
A shortage of skilled workers, shorter life cycles, a higher product mix and an increasing degree of personalization are currently presenting manufacturing companies with ever greater challenges. The skill is no longer just to produce a product in large quantities at low costs in a short time, but also to adapt to market fluctuations and new developments as quickly as possible. In order for companies to be successful with these challenges, they need a highly automated and at the same time flexible production.Read more
Data is a central component of the digital economy and an essential resource for securing the ecological and digital transformation, which has exponentially increased in quantity in recent years. Regulating data access and use is essential to extract value from all data. Based on Article 114 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, the Data Act defines the framework for handling data and promotes fairness in the data economy as well as the availability of data.Read more
The customs tariff number (often called “HS Code”) consists of an 8 or 11-digit combination of numbers and is used, among other things, when goods are shipped.Read more
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