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HeidelbergCement sign global agreement with CheckProof

CheckProof app

Swedish app set to improve preventative maintenance in aggregates and asphalt business lines   

HEIDELBERGCEMENT have signed up to CheckProof, a digital checklist and case reporting app developed for operators and maintenance personnel, as part of their continuous improvement efforts. 

Looking to improve the preventative maintenance of its processing plants and mobile equipment, and needing a way to streamline work on quality checks, failed items and data collection, the Group says it found the solution in CheckProof. 

Håkan Holmgren, chief executive officer and founder of CheckProof, said: ‘We often see that there is a common denominator when it comes to these types of challenges. It’s often a question of getting effective routines to collect data so that the right measures can be implemented at the right time.

‘Here, employees in production have a key role. By offering them a tool that simplifies everyday life, the routines become a natural part of the work, which has effects throughout the company. 

HeidelbergCement, who have more than 58,000 employees in over 60 countries, will mainly use CheckProof for maintenance activities in their aggregates and asphalt business lines. 

‘CheckProof has provided an easy-to-use, quick-to-implement task-management solution which nicely complements our digitalization efforts,’ said Dr Oliver Patsch, CCM director responsible for aggregates and asphalt across the HeidelbergCement Group.

‘The flexibility allows us to tailor the setup to the specific needs of our sites, while still providing the structure for continually improving our maintenance practices.’

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