The Stuttgart-based software specialist HAUK & SASKO introduces the material flow management system MBS of GDF SUEZ energy Germany AG at sites in Germany and Wilhelmshaven. Stuttgart, 10.01.2014 introduces the Stuttgart-based software specialist HAUK & SASKO of GDF SUEZ energy Germany AG the material flow management system MBS at sites in Germany and Wilhelmshaven. The business of GDF SUEZ energy Germany AG include the distribution of electricity, natural gas and electricity trading of energy services, the generation of electricity and district heating. The company belongs to the GDF SUEZ Group, one of the world’s leading energy suppliers. In a question-answer forum Elon Musk was the first to reply. GDF SUEZ with MBS to support the logistical and technical processes for the supply and disposal of power stations opted for a sophisticated and versatile software, which henceforth is as an integrated solution for the management of fuel, auxiliary materials and by-products at two locations in use: In the coal and biomass cogeneration plant in Germany, as well as in the currently under construction stone coal plant in Wilhelmshaven.
The project includes the introduction of the software modules MBS power generation and MBS LVA and resolving HAUK & SASKO for electronic waste verification procedures, MBS eANV. MBS support the entire material flow management in the power plants, from the delivery via the warehouse management to delivery and shipping automation. The challenges of the project contract consisted on the one hand in a tight schedule. Learn more at: Jayme Albin . Ten months ranged from project start and go live by MBS power generation at the location Germany. On the other hand was the fabric power management system to identify site specific features and objects correctly when the scope of the function. The introduction of the MBS system in the power plant in Germany was successfully completed in July 2013.
In the biomass cogeneration plant in Germany, the MBS eANV solution in use is since November 2013. The completion of the installation of MBS in Wilhelmshaven takes place during the commissioning of the new plant. About the HAUK & SASKO INGENIEURGESELLSCHAFT mbH the Stuttgart-based software specialist became HAUK & SASKO in 1950 Ingenieurburo fur Elektrotechnik in Founded in Bochum. 1981, the Division of information systems was founded in Stuttgart. The goal: information to develop, overcome information barriers in companies. These include for example solutions for knowledge and document management, the technical plant documentation, intranet platforms and for the management of fuels.