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Adoption of digitalization in manufacturing – Industry 4.0 – is accelerating as pioneers demonstrate the efficiency and competitive advantages that digital transformation offers.
Digitalization is the key differentiator that will enable manufacturers to remain competitive into the future. Increasingly shorter innovation cycles mean that industrial enterprises need to shorten their development and production times to reduce time to market. This requires seamless integration of data from the value chain, which also enables improved productivity, planning and forecasting and financial stability. Financing options that go beyond classic loans are needed to adjust to unexpected developments, such as changes in market dynamics or technology leaps. Discover how businesses are embracing digitalization through smart financing to enhance their competitive capabilities.
Manufacturers across the world face the challenge of major initial investment requirements to acquire Industry 4.0 automation and digitalization technology.
Finance is a core enabler of the digital revolution and key to helping manufacturers unlock the potential of digitalization.
New-generation digitalized technology is enabling manufacturers to improve performance. Find out how Industry 4.0 financing tools play a significant role in helping manufacturers to unlock the potential of digitalization.
Siemens leverages the technology experience needed to understand your individual vision and the financial know-how required to bring it to life, anywhere in the world. Learn more about how we’re helping businesses today.
Enabling high-tech vendor to supply key industries with world-class machine technology
Usage-based flexible payments are tailored to adapt to project-related demands
Increased revenue derived from the new equipment covers payment, leaving customer equity and credit untouched
Larger order volumes make for corresponding purchasing volumes, which need financing
By using finetrading (extended payment terms of up to 6 months), they increased volumes
Single source, highly flexible, with seamless integration in the Siemens order process
JTD set out to become a factory of the future and example of Industry 4.0 in France
JTD needed to increase its production capacity and improve its manufacturing quality to remain competitive
Industry finance from Siemens enabled JTD to acquire the machine tools it needed whilst preserving its financial resources
A high energy consumer, Gestamp needed to implement energy efficiency measures to cut costs and boost its bottom line
A three-year Managed Service Contract helped Gestamp to increase energy efficiency in Spanish plants by 15%
Easy-to-replicate structure across the globe, Siemens has supported Gestamp’s factories in 5 other countries worldwide