• Why go digital?

Why go digital?

In a world of increasing consumer demands, ensuring smooth but cost-effective operations is fundamental.

That means reducing machine downtime, and optimising the workflows already in place.

Any downtime from machinery failure for example, can have serious long-term cost ramifications, beyond the expense of repairing the immediate problem.

Hidden costs

  • Lost production and profit
  • Wasted material resources
  • Repairs
  • Replacement parts
  • New machinery


So how can you protect the longevity of your production and warehouse sites, minimise costly downtime and maximise productive uptime?

Through digitisation

If European manufacturing doesn’t adopt a digital transformation, it could miss out on a potential added value of €605 billion by 2025. *

*Data from Roland Berger report

Production lines

Automate your processes and provide planning, schedule, job timing and routing information.

Maintenance, repair and operations (MRO)

Workers can share and access vital information in real-time, from machine status and error reporting, to repair manuals, historical data and radio-frequency identification (RFID) infrastructure.

Production warehousing management

Pick up, put away and replenish stock more effectively with real-time inventory management. Take a closer look at our dedicated forklift solutions here.

What does this mean for your manufacturing, MRO and warehouse undertakings? 
  • Streamlined workflows and automated processes
  • Improved productivity 
  • Greater production speeds
  • Minimised errors
  • Higher accuracy and quality
  • Less downtime
  • Decreased maintenance requirements
  • Increased uptime
  • Reduced costs, maximised profits 

CEOs across the globe agree that digital technology is increasing their organisation’s innovation potential by 71%. *

*Source PwC 18th Annual Global CEO Survey

Will you join the digital revolution?