Cleaning and refilling IBCs is an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to the repeated purchase of new containers. However, manufacturers of IBCs, maintenance companies, users and their customers have limited information about where the IBCs are and when cleaning is required. This results in unnecessarily long downtimes and an inefficient, expensive process.
Our service portal for IBC offers many optimization approaches between the process steps:
We accompany you step by step in the development of new service processes and optimized resource planning.
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For example, the container builder passes the IBC on to a producer of paints who fills the container.
However, the benefit for the manufacturer is not yet exhausted with the one-off transaction. By renting with the help of the service portal, further turnover can be generated with a container pool.
The filled container is then passed on to the paint processing company. The portal makes it easier to address various customers and always ensures that facts form the basis for discussion, not speculation.
The customer can also intervene in the process at the push of a button if the need arises. Examples can be an accident, but also if the container has been emptied earlier than the planned turnover.
As soon as the contents of the container have been used up, a maintenance company carries out repairs and cleaning. Now the IBC can be refilled.
The object tracking of the IBC keeps all companies in the process in full control. This allows them to plan their resources better.
Business processes can be configured flexibly so that each company can only see one specific area. The end customer, for example, will only be able to see the containers that are in circulation.
The service portal also stores additional information. Was there glue, paint or oil in the IBC? It is important to know this, for example, before refilling, for the service provider before cleaning, or also for rescue teams in the event of accidents.
With the help of histories per container, it is also possible to trace which alarms (notes) were associated with this container and with which customers and service partners it was located.
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