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Infraserv Gendorf Technik, Germany

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INFRASERV GENDORF TECHNIK, GERMANY Key Facts Company: InfraServ Gendorf Technik (ISGT) Website: Industry: Chemical and Process Country: Germany Products Used: • Intergraph Smart ® 3D Reference Data • Intergraph Smart Isometrics • Intergraph Spoolgen ® • PIcODA (Spoolgen Plus) • INCOP-R Key Benefits: • 20%-30% time savings in work preparation and scheduling • 10%-20% time savings for documentation • Up to 30%-40% time savings in project evaluation, depending on a project scope, complexity and customer INFRASERV GENDORF TECHNIK IMPROVES PROJECT EXECUTION EFFICIENCY WITH INTERGRAPH SMART ® 3D TOOLS The specialist for integrated solutions lowers costs and improves data quality InfraServ Gendorf Technik (ISGT) is a subsidiary of chemical park operator InfraServ Gendorf. InfraServ Gendorf Technik is fully committed to plant services and maintenance, including both hands-on implementation and strategic vision. IDENTIFYING GOALS InfraServ Gendorf Technik (ISGT) is a subsidiary of chemical park operator InfraServ Gendorf. The company is fully committed to plant services and maintenance. More than 250 employees support companies from the chemical and process industry with technical services. With roots as site operator of a large chemical park, InfraServ Gendorf Technik is accustomed to thinking in terms of the big picture while at the same time addressing the repair of individual components. This combination of hands-on implementation and strategic vision makes InfraServ Gendorf Technik a compelling partner far beyond the GENDORF Chemical Park. The project had two aims: improve further prefabrication of piping isometrics, and streamline the generic plant construction projects from prefabrication to assembly. The key goal for the company was to reduce the administrative burden by automating and digitizing piping prefabrication work processes. OVERCOMING CHALLENGES When prefabricating piping isometrics, even minor deviations can quickly lead to delays throughout the project. InfraServ Gendorf Technik had already noticed that the traditional, manual approach to pipeline construction was slow and prone to errors. With the manual approach, all the existing data from the customer had to be manually entered into the system to be able to control the bending machines and production. This often resulted in a number of incorrect entries, and the throughput times were often prolonged. It made overall project execution and management difficult and time-consuming. CASE STUDY

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