The enormous cost pressure and increasingly tougher conditions of competition in the medical sector are also forcing machine and plant builders to rethink their supply chain and to streamline their structures. This is usually the result of a stabilisation of the market position and a strengthening of competitiveness.
Aiming towards the outsourcing of parts of the machinery and equipment production, which are not directly related to the company’s core competencies, e.g. engineering and installation of assemblies.
For example, the installation of an assembly is necessary to allow optimal and energy-efficient control and regulation of the heating circuit in the steam generator of a steriliser. Areas of application of these solutions in medical technology are e.g. sterilisers, autoclaves in the dental trade and medical instrumentation engineering.