Ger­man in­dus­trial giant eyes PH en­try

Manila Bulletin - - Business News -

Af­ter lead­ing a quiet op­er­a­tion of over a cen­tury in the coun­try, Ger­many's lead­ing in­dus­trial tech­nol­ogy giant Thyssenkrupp is gear­ing up op­er­a­tions in the coun­try tar­get­ting game-chang­ing tech­nol­ogy ap­pli­ca­tions es­pe­cially for power, in­fra­struc­ture, ce­ment, fer­til­izer, chem­i­cals, among oth­ers.

Jan Lueder, CEO re­gional clus­ter Asia Pa­cific, cited the com­pany has a di­ver­si­fied and in­te­grated en­gi­neer­ing ap­pli­ca­tions that can make in­dus­trial firms op­er­a­tions more ef­fi­cient.

Lueder said Thyssenkrupp has ex­per­tise in tech­nol­ogy and en­gi­neer­ing ap­pli­ca­tions for re­new­able en­ergy gen­er­a­tion. He cited Thyssenkrupp ap­pli­ca­tions for sugar plant's power gen­er­a­tion us­ing its waste.

Since re­new­able power can­not be as­sured 24 x 7, Thyssenkrupp has other tech­nol­ogy that will al­low the use of con­ven­tional fu­els to en­sure con­tin­u­ous power sup­ply. Fer­til­izer plants can also make use of its con­veyor tech­nol­ogy for trans­port of their prod­ucts. Sim­i­lar tech­nol­ogy can be ap­plied to ce­ment and petro­chem­i­cal plants. It used to have an EPC (en­gi­neer­ing, pro­cure­ment, con­struc­tion), for a plas­tic man­u­fac­tur­ing plant.

Thyssenkrupp, which is man­ag­ing the global value chain of ti­ta­nium ma­te­ri­als for Boe­ing, of­fers sim­i­lar ser­vices for com­pa­nies. It has also the ca­pa­bil­ity to ex­e­cute turkey epc project. On in­fras­tuc­ture, Thyssenn CEO for Asia Pa­cific Vivek Bha­tia said they of­fer sound con­struc­tion tech­nol­ogy. (BCM)

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