Symaga develops remote services
Published by Lydia Woellwarth,
With the current situation, marked by COVID-19, challenges have appeared for the execution of works and installation in all sectors, including industrial silo assembly. To counter this problem, Symaga now offers remote super-vision assembly services to support the installation of its silos, solving the shortcomings of the lack of instructors present on site. This online service provides a solution adapted to this pandemic situation, which prevents Symaga’s instructor assembly teams from travelling for certain periods and to certain destinations. The aim is to provide instructions and to help to solve any doubts related to works, in order to avoid delays in the project execution.
In the early months of the pandemic, many projects were stopped in differ-ent phases: quotation, shipment, works, or assembly. Even today it is not possible to travel normally, not even to go to the office, but there is still a need to store grain to feed the population. Symaga has demonstrated its ability to adapt, by changing its work methodology, to maintain its ability to service its customers.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/10032021/symaga-develops-remote-services/
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