01. Copperberg Select

Sustainability for Service Profitability

Running a smart and agile manufacturing operation

Sustainability in manufacturing is crucial for several reasons, with a focus on extending the lifespan of machines and promoting the use of refurbished spare parts. Working towards a more sustainable organization is not just good for the planet, but also the bottom line.

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Demands for more sustainable ways of manufacturing come directly from customers, who have to ensure sustainability throughout the value chain and being on the forefront can set you apart from competition.

In general, prolonging the operational life of manufacturing equipment reduces the need for frequent replacements, and through predictive maintenance we can ensure lower resource consumption and decreased environmental impact.

During this virtual seminar we will zoom in on how you can work with:

  • Refurbished parts offer a dual advantage by being more environmentally friendly and also adds an economical benefit. By choosing to work with refurbished components, manufacturers  contribute to a reduction in electronic waste, as these parts are salvaged, tested, and restored to a functional state.
  • Remote Service offers various economical and environmental benefits, contributing to increased efficiency, reduced costs, and a more sustainable approach to business operations. As we know, remote service can contribute to less downtime and longer lifespan of machinery, it also decrease travel and overall limit the environmental impact in field service
  • AI tools for scheduling and planning can be a key to transforming the service operation and setting the manufactures up for  long term predictability, productivity and sustainability. How can AI be a tool to provide a higher level of efficiency needed to meet customer demands? And at the same time contribute to the strategy of a more sustainable service operation?

Sustainability in manufacturing through the promotion of longer machine life and the use of refurbished spare parts reflects a responsible and forward-thinking approach that benefits both businesses and the environment. It exemplifies a commitment to reducing environmental impact, conserving resources, and building a more resilient and sustainable industrial landscape.

03. Speakers

Andrea Pelizzaro
Connected Services Manager, BU Decanters, Alfa Laval

Lisa Hellqvist
Managing Director, Copperberg

Learn more about how adopting technologies and techniques can create a more sustainable service and future.

04. Agenda

Lisa Hellqvist, Managing Director, Copperberg

Discover how predictive maintenance and remote service minimize resource consumption and machine replacements, lowering your environmental footprint.

Andrea Pelizzaro, Connected Services Manager, BU Decanters, Alfa Laval

Managing refurbished spare parts does not only optimize financial resources but also aligns with sustainability goals by reducing waste, energy consumption, and the overall environmental impact associated with Spare Parts Management. This integrated approach contributes to a more resilient, cost-effective, and environmentally conscious business model.

We will take a closer look at what new AI technologies can do for service operations and the manufacturing industry including closing the gap on talent deficiency, increasing sustainable operations and overall efficiency.

Lisa Hellqvist, Managing Director, Copperberg