Asset Management Lifecycle

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The decision to acquire a new asset requires an informed and proactive approach to investment.


It is critical that any new asset is engineered to realise its full return on investment.


Procurement needs to be carefully managed to ensure quality and delivery requirements are met.


An asset must be manufactured in accordance with engineering design specifications to ensure productivity demands can be achieved.


Correct installation is critical if an asset is to realise its full return on investment.


Timely preventative/predictive/conditional maintenance is important to ensure minimum downtime.


At the end of the lifecycle, an asset needs to be disposed of accordingly, whilst provisioning for the replacement of a new asset.


A set-cost service agreement provides peace of mind and removes unnecessary uncertainty related to the expected life of an asset.

In a capital intensive industry the purchase of rotable assets can drain resources and reduce key ROI measures.

Our clients have come to understand they don’t need own processing assets. What our clients need is 100% certainty that the necessary assets are available and reliable to maximise production of the plant.

Berg not only manages and optimises cost per tonne of production, but can also remove the asset fleet from the balance sheet and fund working capital requirements, to ensure a high return for our clients.