Not every project runs smoothly. Sometimes things go wrong and you can incur failure costs. A large part of this can be prevented. We will help you to evaluate your project and give you tips on how to avoid failure costs.
There are numerous ways you can incur failure costs during a project. This can include ineffective planning or the need to repair and replace parts. Even end products that do not meet the agreed quality requirements can mean unexpected extra costs.
Good planning and preparation is half the battle. In short, the right knowledge must be readily available and details for the purchase of the correct products should be clear in advance.
An important tip is that the installation materials should be properly considered at an early stage. When it is time to install, there is no more time to quickly change the order because there is, for example, a different type of connection needed than first considered.
We notice that installation materials are often not factored into the quotation phase of a project. This results in panic at the end of a project which can be prevented by involving us as early as possible in the process. Together we can help make the project run as smoothly as possible.
For example, we work with you to calculate the proper bracket distance. A wider bracket is often used to reduce material costs.
Our quality products are tested according to stringent requirements. Therefore, you can rely on guaranteed quality. In addition, we produce our products in-house and we test them according to the same stringent requirements.