Plant and Factory Design Suite on European Tour
Plant engineering, factory design and support for renewable energy projects will be the highlights of CAD Schroer’s presence at industry events in Germany, Switzerland and France this November
Technology and sustainability are on the agenda at industrial events throughout Europe this year. In November, CAD Schroer will exhibit at three events in 10 days, showcasing its engineering design software and renewable energy project promotion.
Engineering Summit: Germany 20-21/11/2012
This summit looks at the future and challenges of European large-scale plant design, including global engineering and procurement, provider and Owner/Operator partnerships, and overseas competition.
“To address global engineering challenges, we recently launched the PDC engineering content management environment,” explains CAD Schroer’s Sergej Schachow. “Many of our customers have internationally distributed engineering teams, and needed a solution that is easy to administrate and implement, allowing global design teams to work on the same plant project.” Another focus at the show will be software discount CAD Schroer provides for companies working on renewable energy plants, where Germany is very competitive in the biogas arena.
Pack & Move: Switzerland 20-23/11/2012
This industry event for integrated logistics and packaging solutions follows hot on the heels of the CAD Schroer’s presence at the UK’s PPMA show. At both events the focus is on large-scale factory design with MPDS4, used for pre-sales tender designs as well as detailed layouts of entire buildings, conveyors and materials handling systems in integrated 2D/3D mode.
Pollutec: France 27-30/11/2012
The international exhibition for environmental equipment, technology and services will be showcasing sustainable city solutions. CAD Schroer will be demonstrating the benefits of flexible, catalog-driven, large-scale plant design and supporting sustainable energy projects by providing MPDS4 at extremely low cost for those involved.
“It’s an exciting time,” says Gudrun Tebart, who coordinates CAD Schroer’s European events. “Having offices in each country allows us to introduce M4 PLANT DESIGN and factory layout at industry events running simultaneously. It’s a great way to learn about our customers’ future requirements.”