What industrial electronic modules are installed in the machines, systems and control cabinets in your production halls? Can your replacement part warehouse fulfil your requirements in an emergency? Do you have an overview of the availability of your industrial electronic modules in the event of your machine coming to a standstill?
These questions are not easy to answer. By working with our experienced Service team, we would like to answer these questions for you as part of our machine and systems analysis.
The machine & systems analysis is the first step towards comprehensive obsolescence management, enabling you to already identify medium- to long-term shortages in the service & supply chain of your products.
This concept will enable us to clarify the availability and life cycle conditions of your production system and thus continue to guarantee the safety of your machines and systems. These checks can easily be conducted during ongoing production and do not have a negative impact. In future, this will also help you to reduce machine standstills to a minimum and to optimise stock levels and the availability of the machine in the long-term.
As a first step, a systematic list of all the electronic modules installed in your machines and systems is generated. This list is generated by our professionally trained personnel directly at your site. These modules are recorded during continuous operation so that your daily routine in your production halls is not affected. Alongside the detailed list of all the electronic modules installed in your machines and systems, you will also receive an inventory log of your current stock levels. To provide a better overview, this list is divided by machine or production area. The results of this inventory log are documented in a software application developed by us and made available to you.
Finally, we will provide you with a predictive overview of future repair capacities and the market & warehouse availability of exchange and replacement parts for your implemented modules.
Modules included in the machine & system analysis: