Each year, companies invest billions of euros to manage the infrastructure and assets we rely on every day. Asset-intensive industries such as electricity, utilities, transport and water need to make the right decisions on how best to maintain and expand this infrastructure.
The increasing effect of obsolescence constraints on the consequences of asset failures requires an optimal asset investment strategy that considers both obsolescence and aging bottleneck, unexpected downtime costs, OPEX expenses as well as CAPEX investments.
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How an international car manufacturer built an optimal OPEX/CAPEX asset investment plan to replace and renew obsolete equipment and control risk exposure.Discover the case study
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