Lang und Peitler, PAS expand partnership
German partner extends PAS' reach and its Operations Effectiveness solutions to Europe.
PAS and Lang und Peitler Automation GmbH have expanded their
partnership to include all of PAS' Operations Effectiveness solutions. This
relationship provides PAS a local presence throughout Europe as Lang und
Peitler are a renowned company in the area of process and production automation
headquartered in Germany.
Lang und Peitler have previously completed dozens of
installations of PAS' alarm management software to major process industry
companies in Europe. With the expansion of
this relationship, Lang und Peitler will deliver alarm management training and
services to plant sites in Europe using PAS'
seven-step methodology, which includes documentation and rationalization
services, baseline assessments, and philosophy development. Additional
offerings include HMI graphic libraries, high-performance HMI services and
control loop performance software and services.
PAS provides software and services designed to ensure
safe running operations, maximize situational awareness and reduce plant
vulnerabilities, thereby improving the automation and operational effectiveness
of oil and gas, petroleum refining, chemicals, pulp and paper, metals and
mining and power customers worldwide. Its portfolio includes solutions for
alarm management, automation configuration management, control loop performance
optimization and high-performance human-machine interfaces. Lang und Peitler
Automation GmbH - a subsidiary of the M+W Zander Group - provides individually
designed solutions from the process control level to the business managementlevel.
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