All over the world, MENNEKES is known as a manufacturer of the highest quality products, all 'Made in Germany'. We live this claim not only with each of our products, but also in the relationship with our customers. From consultation via planning to realisation, it is very important to us to be within reach of our clients at all times, to support both new industrial projects and ongoing operations. From the enquiry stage – and, if necessary, up to the installation of our products – the MENNEKES sales team accompanies the whole project.
We take care of compliance and certification, freight and packaging, deadlines and project tracking right through to supplying spare parts to any place in the world. If needed, we also provide standardised documentation, as called for by planners and engineering offices. Moreover, our regional network of field staff and partners can also provide local support. At MENNEKES we specialise in individual solutions, having over 80 years of experience in energy distribution to rely on.
Quality products are required for quality solutions. Here, MENNEKES sets standards worldwide. The planning phase is crucial to the final outcome, since this is the phase when the prerequisites are established.
Product quality and suitability also starts at the planning phase, especially in the case of complex industrial projects, so MENNEKES is always available to advise and assist.
Mistakes or inaccuracies in this phase can result in additional costs, which precise planning is able to avoid. With this in mind it is often best to clarify the aims of the client beforehand. MENNEKES is always on hand to discuss any technical or design aspects to ensure the specification is correct.
Only the concrete planning of a project makes it really sustainable and successful. Firstly the aim of the project should be clarified precisely. This begins with a meticulous stocktaking by setting up a systematic, structured and prioritised specification. These specifications, determined through dialogue with a client, describe the scope of the project to be provided. The location must be analysed together with the requirements for subsequent use of the products in continuous operation.
This determination of the initial and targeted states is taken as a basis for a spatial planning, which takes into account further requirements such as standards and guidelines. Not only cost-effectiveness but also the question of environmental compatibility is important in today's considerations, which should be addressed at an early stage.
Analysis and planning
Once the priorities have been specified, the preliminary planning can begin, by ensuring that the specifications are in line with the client’s wishes. Once the client has come to a decision, this serves as a basis for a planning concept, in which all desired functions of the individual plants are taken into account in accordance with the specifications and planning.
If the planning concept is robust, attention can be paid to technical and legal aspects (approval planning). After resolving these points, you can proceed to preliminary negotiations with the authorities, owners and clients about the approval procedures and the estimation of costs.