Equipment Install/De-Install

Simprint offers de-installation, dismantling, removal, loading, transport and installation fee based services. These time and labor-intensive projects can be challenging if not planned for properly. Special attention is devoted to securing cargo against movement during transport. We very frequently use wooden crates and special anti-corrosive wraps when transporting overseas. From start to finish, crates to logistics, Simprint offers experienced personnel to pre/plan and execute your next project. Contact us at  sales@simprint.com

 

Here are our 5 primary considerations and questions for both install and deinstall:

 

Install:

1)   Starting Point – What equipment, peripherals, parts/supplies are involved in the installation?

2)   Timeline & Production – What is my timeline for getting the equipment in and operators knowledgeable on using it? How does this install affect my current job production – any delays expected?

3)   Trained Personal – Who is in charge of managing this project? Who is going to handle the installation of the equipment and gets everything running smoothly – are they a certified senior technician? Who is going to be using the equipment and have they been training to do so?

4)   Installed…..whew….Now what? – How do you finalize the installation and approve the finished install? What warranties and helpline opportunities exist for troubleshooting after the install?

5)   Tools, Packaging & Shipment – How will the equipment be packaged when it arrives at your location and what restrictions might be an issue – limited storage space, dock high, fork lift, security issues etc.?

 

The process of de-install / install if properly thought out and planned can go smoothly and cause minimal disruptions to the work flow.

 

Deinstall:

1)   Starting Point – What equipment, peripherals, parts/supplies are involved in the deinstallation?

2)   Timeline & Production – When is the best time for the deinstallation and how does this affect my job runs?

3)   Trained Personal – Who is in charge of managing this project? Who is going to handle breaking down the equipment and removal? Do they know proper packing to insure no damage occurs during shipping?

4)   Deinstalled…..whew….Now what? – What are the disposal plans for the deinstalled equipment? Will it be sold to a secondary market, broken down for scrap metal, given to a smaller sister company, returned to the leasing company?

5)   Tools, Packaging & Shipment – How will the equipment be packaged for shipping to the final destination and what restrictions are there during the preparations – limited space, dock high shipping, equipment in restricted spaces, security issues, trained personal etc.?

 

The process of de-install / install if properly thought out and planned can go smoothly and cause minimal disruptions to the work flow.