Trebing & Himstedt nominated SAP “Special Expertise Partner“

Trebing & Himstedt nominated SAP “Special Expertise Partner“ (PresseBox) (Schwerin, ) Trebing & Himstedt have been officially nominated SAP "Special Expertise Partner" (SEP) for the field of chemicals industry, particularly for the SAP xApp Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence integration solution (SAP xMII). Their long-standing expertise together with the know-how accumulated in numerous projects in various fields of industry make Trebing & Himstedt partners who are much in demand when it comes to consulting and implementation of solutions for integrated production.

Within the scope of the Special Expertise partnership, SAP aim at cooperating even closer with Trebing & Himstedt. Especially in the field of chemicals industries, numerous trend-setting projects have been realized jointly in the last few years. During this cooperation, the flexibility and industry-related know-how of Trebing & Himstedt as well as their professional implementation of xMII projects have been particularly appreciated.

Steffen Himstedt, Managing Director of Trebing & Himstedt, shares SAP’s optimistic outlook into a promising future. "Process industries today are leading the way and setting standards with regard to integration of Shop Floor and SAP level. Decision makers here realized very early that production processes can be substantially optimized by continuous access to real-time information and by Performance Monitoring solutions. Based on our experience from already implemented projects, we have therefore developed the first Best Practice solutions (OEE, PI-Sheet) on the basis of xMII for this field. Demand for these solutions is growing. We appreciate that our commitment has now resulted in this partnership and would like to thank SAP for the confidence and trust placed in our company and services."

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Trebing & Himstedt Prozessautomation GmbH & Co. KG
Wilhelm-Hennemann-Str. 13
D-19061 Schwerin
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