Key Enabling Services

Service support in various forms rounds off the Broetje-Automation product portfolio. Thus, the service team supports our customers from the beginning of the project to the last life cycle of the machine. From consulting, factory planning, implementation and project management to upgrades and modifications or retrofits of third-party machines as well as training opportunities for machine operators – service is an indispensable tool to satisfy our customers.

Our global service locations provide fast and reliable support around the clock across all time zones to reduce downtime and the strain on financial resources. Thanks to experienced staff, most problems that arise can be solved over the phone. Should personal support be required, our staff will be at your site in the shortest possible time.

In terms of environmentally friendly resource management, our retrofits for third-party machines are a good way to extend the life cycle of existing machines. Through software updates and sophisticated machine optimizations, outdated machines can improve their production parameters and remain in production much longer than calculated – thus increasing our customers’ return on investment.

As part of the intelligent product portfolio, the service units make an important contribution to the overall success of the many projects carried out by Broetje-Automation.

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VE2E: Research project for the development of the factory of the future a complete success

It began as a promising vision in July 2021 and has now come to a successful conclusion: the research project “Vertically integrated, sustainable end-to-end factory (VE2E)” for the development of a digital Factory of the Future. At the beginning of March, the forward-looking results of the research project were presented to a wide audience at Premium AEROTEC’s Varel site.

Aircraft Production goes “GREEN” – Broetje-Automation Collaborates with Airbus Aerostructures to Promote Sustainable and Resource-Efficient Production

Broetje-Automation has successfully collaborated with a broad industry consortium to identify ways to reduce the environmental impact of today’s production facilities. The “GREEN” project, a joint initiative of a consortium of partners including OFFIS e.V., DLR e.V., ProIng and Broetje-Automation GmbH under the leadership of AIRBUS Aerostructures, developed measures to reduce the power consumption of old systems by up to 85% in certain areas of application. Overall, especially retrofitting older systems allows significant contributions towards a more sustainable industrial production.