CREADIS GLOBAL TEAMS AS A PART OF VESTAS’ SERVICE - ENGINEERING CHANGE MANAGEMENT (ECM)
The Service Engineering Change Management (ECM) team in Vestas Global Service needed an additional pair of eyes to proceed with their operations. Intensive collaboration with CREADIS’ Global Teams resulted in Vestas reducing the amount of time spent on case resolution and CREADIS is now acknowledged by Vestas as a trusted partner.
Christian Berndsen, Senior Manager, and Head of the Service ECM team at Vestas comments:
“For more than five years, engineers from the DIS/ CREADIS Krakow office have been permanently located within Vestas’ Service ECM team. This highlights that highly trusting collaboration between both companies exists, but even more importantly, mutual trust and cooperation is present within the team. The entire team of Vestas and DIS/CREADIS engineers and office functions is distributed all over the world on different continents, in different time zones and different cultures.
In this environment we are working together as ONE team, where collaboration between both companies is key.”
Why engage with CREADIS’ Global Teams?
CREADIS has been helping specialized industries to innovate for over 20 years. Starting with a handful of employees in 1997 in Denmark, we have evolved into a global, multidisciplinary company that now numbers 700 employees with offices in Europe, Asia, and the US. This allows us to draw upon a pool of global talent, while remaining close to our customers. Engagements are tailored to fit the customer’s needs, where projects can be scaled up or down virtually instantly. Consisting of expert teams who are specialists in their individual fields, we establish a single point of contact for your engagement. This streamlines communication and eliminates management issues for the customer, thereby removing engagement risk.
SOLUTIONS TO CURRENT AND FUTURE CHALLENGES
Onshore and offshore wind is going to skyrocket in demand due to broad pushes for renewable energy around key markets.
Powerhouse economic regions like Europe and the US are determined and poised to transition to wind power for increased domestic security, climate mitigation, and environmental objectives are given the riskiness of fossil fuels in the 21st century. Wind OEMs will therefore be asked to produce bigger and greater machines at a tempo never seen in the industry.