Marine & Offshore
Planning of complex projects is one of the eye catching characteristics of the business of most shipbuilding and offshore related companies. Planning relates to several functional areas like Sales, Engineering, Procurement, Production and Finance. Under time pressure, highly customised solutions are being designed and realized by this industry for demanding customers. Whereas the throughput times of phases in these complex projects are often insecure, the customer deadlines can only be met with a feasible plan, in which consequences in executions of activities are recognised and controlled. Companies in this industry can benefit from having effective planning and control over these projects making it possible to meet internal and external deadlines, avoid rework, have effective capacity utilization and reduce several kinds of waste.
With this in mind, EyeOn started the Project Planning & Control network for managers working in Marine and Offshore / Engineer to Order industries. Since the start the network expanded to over 30 participating companies.
Join our network
Twice a year EyeOn organices round table sessions for shipbuilders, shipbuilding suppliers, offshore companies and Engineering to Order companies. These round table sessions, often hosted by members of the network, provide the opportunity to share learnings and best practices regarding planning of complex projects, planning processes, organisational set-up and systems.
The network also provides Benchmark data reports, representing company’s performance compared to Best in Class practises.
Please be invited to join the EyeOn Project Planning & Control Network. Discuss the challenges that you are facing in your day-to-day work, be inspired and exchange ideas. Participation in the network is free of charge.
The members of the Project Planning & Control network are amongst others:
Damen Shipyards, Oceanco, Royal van Lent Shipyards, Thecla Bodewes Shipyards, Huisman Equipment, Heesen Yachts, Royal Bodewes, Vitters, Scheepswerf Slob, Liebherr and Scheepswerf Gebr. Kooiman.