From power and environmental technology to the pharmaceutical and food industries – modern plant construction is characterised by both automation and globalisation. These aspects are, in turn, associated with high logistics requirements: the construction of large plants sets countless, interlinked work processes in motion, which determine the basic structures and processes in the industrial companies concerned.
Tailored support from ep's experts is currently available in the following areas
- Power engineering
- Painting technology
ep specialises in plant construction
Plant construction is one of the most important branches of industry. We aim to secure its future viability and exploit additional potential. The goal is to realise modern, energy-efficient and low-emission plants to increase productivity while improving product quality and simultaneously achieving ambitious climate-protection targets. Digitisation and the development of new business models are opening up numerous opportunities in plant construction and the operation of technical facilities. ep's experts are exploiting this potential in a targeted manner.
From our ep magazine
Inspired by environmental and energy technology
At one of our customers, an environmental and energy technology company in Munich, an ep colleague discovers how waste is being used as fuel and district heating and electricity are being generated from the combustion process. As a project engineer in technical order processing, she is involved in the planning and implementation of waste incineration power plants.
You can find out exactly what this entails in practice in the current issue of our ep magazine.
Link to article [German]