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PRESS RELEASE 16 Aug 2017

Pöyry's Industry Business Group offers green and innovative solutions utilising digitalisation

 
Press Release Bangkok, Thailand 16 August 2017 at 9:00 am EEST
 
Kim Lucander, Pöyry's Vice President for Industry Business Group, South East Asia and Australasia, shared his expertise on Green Design during the 'Nordic 4.0: Green and Innovative' solutions seminar held in Bangkok, Thailand, organised by the Department of European Affairs.
 
 
In his presentation 'Enabling Green Design through the Use of Pöyry Smart Site,' Kim talked about how Pöyry's service portfolio ably supports Thailand's defined growth platform sectors for Industry 4.0, particularly focusing on the company's use of digitalisation to increase efficiency, provide innovative solutions and support sustainability. 

"Digitalisation opens new opportunities for companies to improve their efficiencies and develop their businesses, using it as their competitive advantage," said Kim Lucander. Kim shared how forward-leaning solutions, like Pöyry's Smart Site concept, are designed to cover entire sites and implemented to increase efficiency and support sustainable solutions, by minimising the use of energy and raw material resources. This innovation is, on a bigger scale, set to help address challenges that, for example, Thailand faces today such as the need for more industrial output because of population growth, significantly impacting natural resources; advanced technologies and innovations to cope with the increased use of bio-based raw materials; and progressive government legislations and mandates to address increased use of bio-fuels and other sustainable energy sources. 

"Digitalisation will have an impact on everything: engineering tools, client interface, real-time data, amongst others, making intelligent solutions a crucial key in keeping up with the industry changes," Kim added.
 
Further information:

Kim Lucander
Vice President Industry South East Asia and Australasia
Pöyry 
Tel. +6626503413 
 
Did You Know?
  • Pöyry delivers 10,000 projects annually all over the world.
  • Pöyry experts have been closely involved with biofuel techniques for 10 years and have reviewed dozens of technologies over the years. 
  • Pöyry recently launched #PoyryDigital, covering its advanced suite of digital solutions and services, including Pöyry Smart Site, for clients across the energy, industry and infrastructure sectors. Find out more: www.poyry.com/digital and www.poyry.com/smartsite
About Pöyry

Pöyry is an international consulting and engineering company that delivers smart solutions across power generation, transmission & distribution, forest industry, chemicals & biorefining, mining & metals, transportation and water. Pöyry's net sales in 2016 were EUR 530 million. The company's shares are quoted on Nasdaq Helsinki (POY1V). Approximately, Poyry has 5500 experts. 40 countries. 130 offices.