Investing in machinery and equipment has always required foresight and courage. And at a time when fast technology cycles often fall short of the predicted service life of a machine or plant, the investment risks increase even further. How can you counteract the risk of missing the technological connection within the lifetime of a machine or plant? The answer: modernization and transformation of existing equipment.
In both cases, the aim is to increase the utility value of existing machines and systems through new technologies. To this end, either obsolete system components are replaced by modern building blocks or new technologies in the form of hardware or software are added.
Of course, in both cases this means an intervention in existing production infrastructures. And this intervention must be carried out as quickly, precisely and gently as possible in order to reduce downtime and the associated loss of productivity to a minimum.