Make asset management work for your organization
Organizations that successfully manage their assets are able to reduce costs, improve asset performance and manage risks effectively. Compris assists asset owners in optimizing their asset management system. On this page you will find a number of our recent case studies.
Asset management best practises with our clients
Waternet - Asset management value chain
Waternet has the ambition to uniform processes which together form their asset management system. For one of these processes: 'Programming', a senior consultant of Compris helped organizing and implementing this important process.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport - asset management
Compris assited Rotterdam The Hague Airport to build a solid asset management organization. Together with the assets & projects department, a strategic asset management plan was drawn up which was then translated into practical activities for each stakeholder.
Schiphol Baggage - ISO 55001
To ensure the availability and performance of the baggage handling system, the technical baggage department wanted to professionalize their asset management system. Compris assisted them to reach AM-maturity and ISO55001 certification.
Municipality of Amsterdam: Risk-based inspection of civil structures
By gathering all relevant data on inspection and monitoring, Compris helped the City of Amsterdam in creating a clear policy and approach on monitoring their civil structures.
Schiphol Group: ISO50001 Energy management
Together with Royal Schiphol Group's energy team, we have optimized the energy management system and ensured that it's meets all ISO 50001 required standard. This allows Royal Schiphol Group to demonstrate and monitor their work on achieving climate goals.
Pivot Park: Life Cycle Management
Together with Pivot Park's Operations Department, we analyzed the current situation and developed a life cycle management system.
Compris as facilitator for a proper RAMS analysis
For various asset owners Compris creates qualitative and objective RAMS analyses. This method provides valuable information and direction during the initiating phase of a project.
RET: On its way to sustainable asset management
The Rotterdam Electric Tram (RET-organization) transports many passengers daily by bus, metro or tram. Compris provided direction on sustainable asset management in a workshop session with RET's Fleet Management Department.
Process optimization: from maintenance concept to work order at Olam
Olam has the world's most advanced systems for processing cocoa beans into cocoa powder, cocoa mass and cocoa butter. Compris analyzed and implemented improvement opportunities together with Olam.
Together for safety: Corona screens at Schiphol Airport
Compris helped Schiphol to gather all requirements for the design, safety, management and maintenance of 850 screens placed on 500 counters.
Bol.com: warehouse asset management
With the arrival of the new fulfillment center, bol.com became an asset owner. In order to continue to grow and innovate, bol.com relies on the performance of their machines. Compris showed bol.com the world of asset management.
APMT Maasvlakte II: improving customer performance
Compris was asked to improve performance of the cranes and facilitating faster cycle times of the deep-sea quay cranes. Through the use of SCRUM techniques, Compris managed to improve the asset effectiveness and the deep sea quay cranes are now capable of transferring more containers per hour.
Tender management and maintenance tunnels for the municipality of The Hague
Compris was involved in the creation of the tender for tunnel-specific maintenance works since March 2018. This practical case involves the tender for the Hubertus Tunnel, which has been in operation since 2008.
Tender management and maintenance at HTM
HTM transports nearly 100 million passengers a year. The company has a nice challenge in the management and maintenance of rolling stock and infrastructure for operations. For the European tender of the latter activity, HTM asked Compris for substantive guidance on the asset management aspects. Now HTM can manage their own assets.
Baggage system mapping at Schiphol
Underneath the surface of Schiphol Airport lies an unprecedentedly large baggage area. Over ten years, the baggage system has expanded greatly. This created the desire for a clear overview of the system. To realize this, Compris provided an up-to-date database that created overview, control and peace of mind in the organization.
Acceptance testing at APMT Maasvlakte II
APM Terminals (APMT) offers fast and reliable container handling on Maasvlakte II via deep sea, rail, inland waterway and road transport. Construction of this fully automated terminal started in 2012. Compris developed the service 'acceptance testing' for APMT. The result is better performance of the assets, for now and in the future.
Clear agreements for optimal service at Schiphol
The Asset Management (ASM) department within Schiphol is responsible for the management and maintenance of assets in the terminals. In order to maintain these assets, agreements need to be made with users. By using Compris, ASM knows which priority and performance is required by the different service providers. This allows them to provide their customers with optimal service.
Continuous improvement with lean methods at Gasunie
Gasunie provides gas transport for a quarter of total gas consumption in the EU. Since 2015, Compris has played a role in the 3rd line of defense, namely performing operational audits. In doing so, Compris helps Gasunie identify processes that need to be improved in order to further strengthen asset control, manage risks and increase efficiency.
Grip on processing spatial data
Every year on July 1, the number of rentable square meters at Schiphol is determined by law. An up-to-date management system is therefore of great importance. Compris has taken on the entire project organization to ensure that the July 1 deadline is met.
Optimal deployment of assets with SAMP at HTM
On July 7, 2016, Metropoolregio Rotterdam Den Haag (MRDH) awarded the streetcar concession to HTM. This means that HTM may once again provide streetcar transportation in the Haaglanden region during the period 2016-2026. To carry out the maintenance of these assets according to the ISO55000 standard, HTM asked Compris to deliver a Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP). The foundation for managing assets based on costs, performance and risks.