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New Bromma Work Order™ helps terminals put first things first in day-to-day maintenance actions

08.06.2012 – Stockholm-based Bromma has introduced the newest addition to its Green Zone™ spreader fleet productivity suite – Bromma Work Order™.

Bromma Work Order™ is designed to strengthen day-to-day maintenance planning. Based on spreader usage, Work Order™ creates daily service priorities. Work Order™ also creates maintenance reminders, based on spreader cycles and service events, with pre-warning alarms that tell terminal maintenance managers when it is time to replace certain components.

Bromma Work Order™ makes a simple but fundamental change in how maintenance is scheduled. Day-to-day spreader service assignments are generated based on spreader usage rather than the calendar. This running-hour or cycle-based approach to maintenance planning gives terminals a living service plan that adapts in real time to activity levels in their fleet or specific changes in a spreader’s operational characteristics. Work Order™ also provides a historical record of the “what” and the “when” of prior spreader maintenance.

Bromma Work Order™ has been designed to give terminal maintenance managers maximum planning flexibility. With Work Order™ maintenance managers can adjust maintenance triggers based on their own running hour or cycle preferences. They can establish different service intervals, or different actions for each service interval.

Bromma Work Order™ is also dynamic, in that the program automatically updates itself to accommodate day-to-day changes in spreader performance, and then adapts service plans accordingly. At container terminals nothing ever goes exactly according to plan. Work Order™ adapts to the unexpected and unplanned service warning by altering daily action schedules to address unanticipated issues.

Finally, Bromma Work Order™ has been designed to integrate seamlessly with the other modules in the Green Zone™ productivity package – namely Roadmap™ and Fleet Doctor.™ Together, the three modules offer a comprehensive approach to addressing a key terminal strategic issue – how to get the most reliability out of the terminal’s major capital investment in its spreader fleet.

Work Order™ is just the latest in a long line of customer-focused advances from Bromma. Bromma is focused on lifting the productivity of its customers through more reliable spreaders, and Bromma’s industry-leading all-electric Greeline™ spreaders and Green Zone™ port productivity applications such as Roadmap™ and Fleet Doctor™ are all part of this effort.

For more information, please contact:

Lars Meurling, Vice-President, Marketing
Tel: +468.620.0900