System order: Turnkey or lot

If a plant should be tendered and ordered in lots or the supply placed with a turnkey contractor is a likely and often held debate. Both alternatives, for which there are many pro’s and con’s, have been successfully executed in numerous projects. Whereby the final decision for one or the other alternative often strongly depends on the person in charge of the individual project. Which experiences these persons have made themselves with either alternative or has been brought to their attention in the phase of their decision making.

What is the final goal though, in view of the client/operator? For one, he is interested in obtaining an optimum price for his plant. This can e.g. be achieved by placing orders with suppliers which have a high value-added from the supply (little external sourcing with simply a surcharge) and can on the other hand very well judge the risk(s) involved (no ‚Angstzuschläge’). Important is on the other hand a proven, reliable technology, adjusted to the specific plant in question, especially when it comes to the core components of an Energy-from-Waste (EfW) plant: combustion (grate), boiler, flue gas treatment. These requirements have to be balanced with the capability/wish of the client/operator to coordinate more/less interfaces and take the corresponding responsibility. This presentation can and will not give an ideal solution. It will highlight certain aspects which are important when deciding on one of the alternatives. It shall raise awareness of what is important to consider when making this choice.



Copyright: © TK Verlag - Fachverlag für Kreislaufwirtschaft
Quelle: Waste Management, Volume 1 (März 2010)
Seiten: 8
Preis inkl. MwSt.: € 0,00
Autor: Dipl.-Ing. Johannes J. E. Martin
Dipl.-Phys. Ph.D. Edmund Fleck

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