Exploiting the full optimization potential – over the entire plant life cycle

Greater efficiency, productivity and sustainability in the glass industry can be achieved – with us as your partner.

Find out how you can save energy and resources as well as cut operating costs, without compromising on consistently high product quality.  With our in-depth industry know-how and comprehensive plant-wide automation concept based on industry standards, we can assist you during every phase of your plant’s entire life cycle. They offer payoffs all along the value chain and clear benefits for plant operators and machine builders.

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The entire lifecycle at a glance: plant-wide automation

Our plant-wide automation concept provides maximum data transparency for glass production and processing processes. It is knowledge enables you to reliably boost the efficiency of your plant, optimize your processes, and respond more quickly to current market requirements. The concept also provides benefits for machine builders: Safe, standardized interfaces enabling measurably more work efficiency during engineering and commissioning while also optimizing plant availability through added-value services such as remote maintenance.

600450 Exploiting the full optimization potential – over the entire plant life cycle glassonweb.com
Date: 17 November 2015
Source: www.industry.siemens.com

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