Regular maintenance makes a decisive contribution to cost efficiency by minimising expensive repairs and unexpected downtime. Targeted prevention of potential problems and continuous optimisation of robotics and networked systems results in long-term cost savings. Customers benefit not only from an improved overall operating economy, but also from an optimised return on investment (ROI).

Preventive measures: Regular maintenance enables potential problems to be recognised and rectified at an early stage before they lead to major damage or failures. By using preventive measures, expensive repairs can be avoided, which contributes significantly to cost efficiency.

Minimisation of downtimes: Unplanned downtime can lead to significant financial losses. Regular maintenance optimises systems, which increases reliability and minimises the risk of unexpected downtime. This not only contributes to cost efficiency, but also enables smooth operation.

Long-term cost savings: The long-term perspective of regular maintenance leads to sustainable cost savings. By extending the service life of components and optimising systems, customers can benefit from lower operating costs in the long term.

Improved ROI: An optimised return on investment (ROI) is the result of effective and regular maintenance. Customers achieve greater value from their investment as systems are continuously kept up to date and their performance is maximised.