Your Project Feasibility
Your success is always our first priority.
Our process evaluates all aspects of your existing plant conditions and line operations for efficiency and compatibility.
Our thorough approach to feasibility includes a detailed financial analysis.
Our first step is to gain a complete understanding of your long term plans so we can build-in flexibility as we engineer your current project. We approach your line design from a holistic plant perspective versus a single line.
Your master plan is important to us.
We conduct a plant audit to determine the strengths and weaknesses throughout your facility. We look for areas where we can utilize existing capacity and equipment, and areas that need to be strengthened.
Proprietary Financial Feasibility Model
Our proprietary Financial Feasibility Model differentiates InterTech from other firms in our industry. The comprehensive process we use is field tested and validated to accurately predict costs. This approach has been perfected over hundreds of installations.
The resulting analysis, combined with our experience in capturing hidden costs, makes our assessment invaluable to our clients. Justification for your project will depend upon the data. Our calculations will clearly demonstrate whether or not your project is a sound financial decision.
- We collect your bottle volumes and current costs.
- We run these numbers through our Financial Feasibility Model.
- The resulting ROI and rate of return will determine the feasibility and justification of your project
Request: Operational & Financial Analysis
If the data in the Financial Feasibility Analysis justifies the project, we begin the engineering and design phase. We determine the structural, mechanical and electrical requirements for each major piece of equipment. We use this information to write detailed RFQs to ensure you only buy what is needed (avoiding costly and unnecessary features).
We bring each of the major equipment manufacturers in-house to meet with you. Together, we collaborate on the important aspects of each piece of equipment. We grade each manufacturer for comparison.
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of the Equipment
Using the project requirements and your priorities, we compare and contrast the major equipment, ultimately resulting in the Total Cost of Ownership of the Equipment. This detailed evaluation provides a clear understanding of each manufacturer’s strengths, and which equipment best suits your needs.
What Makes InterTech’s TCO Different?
It captures and reflects all the major equipment costs for comparison. We are able to ensure the accuracy in every detail of our TCO thanks to the verification by our many clients.
OEMs will often spin their models to their advantage. Their goal is to sell you their equipment, even if it’s not the most optimized solution for your line. InterTech works directly for you. Our analysis is unbiased. Our loyalty is to you, not an OEM. Your best interest is always our first priority.
This intensive process ultimately results in the most cost effective and best operational solution for you.