Nowadays in the industry sector, maintenance is of crucial importance. It aims at improving the quality of services and products, optimizing operation costs and respecting the security regulations for people, goods and the environment. Maintenance fits perfectly into a circular economy (CE) logic and can even be considered as the strongest pillar of CE as it consists in maintaining a product in shape and in function.

On some industrial sites, installations can deteriorate over time due to wear and the action of external agents (corrosive liquids, aggressive atmosphere, etc.). These deteriorations can lead to dysfunctions which can further impact the security of goods and staff, reduce the quality of the goods, increase energy consumption and have a negative impact on environment.[1]

One of our consultants is therefore working in the maintenance department on one of the site belonging to an industrial company. He offers them SAP and IT support and ensures that the site uses its tools in the best possible way. Thanks to his experience and his competence of analysis, he designs and establishes new tools, procedures, trainings and strategies so the maintenance of the site can take place in optimal conditions.

[1] “Fluides et Transmission” – Octobre 2014 – La réparation Hydraulique Contrôlée