When it comes to Asset Performance Management, MaxGrip has been taking a leadership role for over twenty years, working for dozens of clients in a number of industries. Below you’ll find interesting case studies from various companies we helped within the Oil&Gas, Food&Beverages and Infra&Utilities industry: from smaller enterprises to world-leading multinationals. These case studies will give you an in-depth perspective on which solutions we came up with, and the results we helped our clients achieve.
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Quick wins and strategy outlined in a few days
For asset-intensive companies with production facilities around the world, it can be difficult to determine how and where exactly to get started with Asset Performance Management. An APM Assessment quickly delivers clarity.
Asset costs reduced through new maintenance framework
Maintenance optimization is the key to improving operations and the bottom line. MaxGrip delivered the building blocks for a new maintenance framework that will be the blueprint for all 65 plants worldwide.
We delivered a maintenance blueprint for all breweries
MaxGrip developed a strategic blueprint for the maintenance organisation, and a deployment model for the global roll-out to all breweries. Local digital bandwidth is set to make a switch from SAP to Maximo.
Proven commitment results in ISO55000 certification
Evides Industry Water (EIW) was among the first companies worldwide to achieve ISO55000 certification. MaxGrip enabled EIW to demonstrate this commitment to continuous improvement of quality, safety, and reliability.
To maintain a publicly owned Dutch lock complex for a period of five years, a construction firm asked MaxGrip to restore data integrity and close the gap between the asset documentation and the actual facilities.
Realising a potential 25% savings by mitigating risks
Executing a risk analysis for a booster pump station along with the introduction of strEAM+, MaxGrip identified opportunities for significant maintenance cost reductions at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC).
RAMS analysis secures safe and sound upgrade design
For a major upgrade of a Dutch lock complex, MaxGrip carried out a RAMS analysis (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety) to ensure that the designs meet all future operational requirements.
European transmission system operator maintains the high-voltage grid and optimized its maintenance strategy with the help of MaxGrip and Optimizer+ software. The facts on asset integrity allow the company to save at least ten percent on maintenance, year on year.
MaxGrip’s commitment to get things done in the simplest manner made a big difference. Using our own database as a bridging tool, we were able to create the Bill of Materials (BoM’s) and Spares files for a new FPSO in a matter of months.
How to gain real control over reliability, compliance, and cost
By offering smart combinations of software and services as integrated solutions, MaxGrip provided a large LNG import terminal in the Netherlands with a cost-effective method to analyze risks and secure both reliability and safety compliance.
Maintenance & Integrity Build for newly acquired FPSO
When quickly incorporate a new Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) according to its own strict standards, MaxGrip saved time and money by optimizing all data on maintenance and integrity before the transfer from Maximo to SAP.
Cost control efforts save 10,000 man-hours every year
MaxGrip’s experience in Oil & Gas and good cooperation with the client, provided effective solutions for cost control and more condition-based maintenance, yielding a Hands on Tool Time reduction of 10,000 hours every year.
A German Oil and Gas producer is expanding its asset base and activities. In two pilot projects, MaxGrip laid the foundations for global asset management by standardising the asset management and risk mitigation methods.