30 - 40%
Reduction in spare parts inventory costs.
Whether it involves a new installation or a modernization project, selecting and designing the right instrumentation is a major challenge for food processors and also plant and machine builders. Companies must take in account the latest developments and regulations with respect to hygienic design, food safety and quality. Successfully completing such projects, adhering to project goals and schedules calls for a high degree of industry and application knowledge.
When it comes to instrument standardization for your projects, place your trust in Endress+Hauser, we are familiar with the processes, risks and challenges. Our industry and application experts understand the growing requirements of the food and beverage industry with respect to hygiene regulations, food safety and food quality. Our spectrum of services encompasses:
Everything from a single source – complete provider for all relevant process instrumentation parameters in the food and beverage industry
Experience with large-scale projects, including coordination with general contractors, machine and plant builder and sub-contractors
Reduced project complexity and risks
High degree of industry and application competence the world over
We help you during the entire project, from concept to successful commissioning and smooth operation of your systems.
Our goal is to help you successfully realize new installation or modernization projects. Professional collaboration during all project phases builds trust - and this is the key to success. Our industry and application experts, as well as our experience in the field of instrument standardization in large-scale projects around the world, provide the support you need.
Reduction in commissioning time with experienced technicians and instrument standardization.
Reduction in project time by minimizing complexity and the use of specially designed software tools.
Reduced education and training requirements with instrument standardization and intuitive instrument operational interfaces.