In today’s market, reducing expenses and production time and effectively managing asset life cycles are essential factors for the competitiveness of capital-intensive companies. To this end, Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a critical decision-making tool to proactively assess the effectiveness of industrial plants and their components in the long run and to ensure their continued functionality. In this perspective, Körber commits to reducing TCO by maximizing the OEE of paper converters, thanks to its ecosystem, which integrates technologies and services designed to simplify the entire tissue manufacturing and packaging process, for roll and fold.
“There are over 20,000 machines installed by Körber Business Area Tissue worldwide. As a technology leader, we have an assistance-dedicated structure, which provides field-tested technical skills able to maintain high plant performance in the long term. More and more customers rely on the experience of OEMs and this is testified by the fact that sales of the entire service chain recorded a growth rate of 44.7% from 2018 to 2022. Körber Business Area Tissue guarantees qualified and proactive technical support remotely or on site to minimize downtime and support customers in identifying and solving problems, so that the installed base is always up to date. In 2022 alone, over 500 on-field activities were performed, most of which were Technical Improvement Programs (TIP), technical adjustments made to new and old-generation systems to assure high standards of safety and efficiency and reduce environmental impact” – says Alessandro Borelli, Customer Service Director of Körber Business Area Tissue. Based on the most recent technologies, Körber Business Area Tissue’s TIPs give lines new life and sometimes a new registration and CE marking based on customer needs in order to keep their investments tenable in the long run.
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