Service & maintenance of equipment is of great importance for an African company like Wagagai. They produce cuttings and basic material for customers such as Beekenkamp, Selecta and Deliflor. Wagagai has 370,000 m2 of greenhouses in the south of Uganda and for them it is important that they make responsible choices with regard to the purchase, replacement or repair of equipment and machines. Downtime is a step backwards and the Service Engine is used to monitor preventive tasks in the areas of maintenance, malfunctions, inspections and repairs. This extends the service life, which contributes to sustainability.
In addition, the Service Engine is a communication tool that enables tasks to be created digitally and shared with other employees. Stef de Jong, product specialist and account manager of Royal Brinkman: “The Service Engine is currently available in English and will be soon launched in the French, Spanish, German and Polish language. With the installation of the Service Engine at Wagagai, it has now been launched worldwide.
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