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Trans Lex Work developed a complex maintenance management decision support solution from more than 300 million



This development is the largest research and development project in the history of the company, which they started working on in the years before the start of the NKFIH tender in 2021.

Trans Lex Work (TLW) Kereskedelmi, Szolgáltató és Tanácsadó Kft. spent more than HUF 300 million in five years to develop a complex maintenance management solution, with which industrial companies can significantly reduce the costs of rotating machines – turbines, compressors, pumps, blowers, fans, centrifuges – maintenance costs.

The company won about HUF 158.3 million for the development of the solution at the tender of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office (NKFIH).

The main activity of the 100 percent Hungarian-owned family business, founded in 1992, is the maintenance, overhaul, and diagnosis of rotary machines. In addition to the Budapest center, they have locations in Tiszaújváros and Százhalombatta, and due to the size of the machines, they mostly work at the customer’s location.

The company’s customers are mainly energy companies, but in addition to the oil and chemical industry, the food industry and vegetable oil production companies, as well as food industry companies, are also important customers.

This development is the largest research and development project in the history of the company, which they started working on in the years before the start of the NKFIH tender in 2021. In five years, the company spent more than HUF 300 million on the development of the SMART-UP monitoring system, which is a complex maintenance management decision support solution.

This is a decision-making system with which real-time monitoring of rotating machines can be ensured, emerging errors can be indicated in time, unplanned shutdowns or even plant shutdowns can be prevented, and more costly maintenance can be timed more precisely – said Katalin Magyar, the company’s managing director.

The SMART-UP monitoring system can be operated directly together with external computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS).

According to the company manager, the predictive maintenance supported by their system can result in 30 percent cost savings, and this is supported by the data of the test period.

With the conclusion of the pilot operation, the system is already being used within the company and at one customer, and they have started recommending it to other partners, he said.

The company’s net sales in 2022 were 1.446 billion forints after 1.298 billion forints in the previous year, its profit after tax increased from 122.215 million forints to 219.336 million forints in the same period.

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