Up-to-date, legally compliant documentation

For your process plants, technical stagnation is not an option. Plants are continually being optimized, re-equipped and extended, often in ways that deviate from what was originally planned.


Turnarounds and loop checks

When your chemical plant is shut down for its scheduled major inspection/overhaul, or loop checks are being carried out, a race against time begins. Every day the plant is at a standstill costs substantial sums of money.



Where to find the plans you need among all those files? Do the plans really reflect as-built status? And how are you going to transfer the ongoing redlining reliably into a current version of the documentation?



If everything is not running perfectly in your plant, you need to react quickly. If you then discover that the available documentation is not sufficiently complete, there will inevitably have to be on-the-spot inspections that take up more valuable time.


On-boarding of personnel, securing and transferring know-how

The hour of truth comes when you need to familiarize new specialists with your plant: if documentation is inadequate or difficult to access, fast on-boarding – which would free up your resources for other things – will not be a possibility.


Administering your assets

As soon as a manufacturer announces that they will be discontinuing one – or several – of your assets, this often triggers a search on a grand scale. Exactly where, how often and in what form factor are these components installed – for which there will shortly be no spares and no more support?

Integration of package units

When simply embedded in your existing infrastructure, package units contribute real value added. But how can the documentation delivered together with a functional unit be transferred as simply as possible into the already-existing plant documentation?