Disruptive Maintenance Approach: Up-tower repairs
November 27, 2020
Robert Östman and Rune Høy provide an insight into current business drivers affecting up-tower repairs. In addition, they share some real customer cases to illustrate their highly skilled workforce, doing repairs in the nacelle instead of relocating it to gear factories. As experienced service experts they explain why up-tower repairs should be considered as a complement to O&M and the replacement of components.
Robert Östman is a commercial EMBA with experience gained from service and aftermarket companies over more than 25 years. He joined Connected Wind Services in September 2020 as Head of Uptower Repairs, with the task of developing and managing the business. He is located at Balle in Denmark where the CWS headquarters are also situated. Focusing on the customers, he works in close cooperation with appointed up-tower segments in order to identify and further develop new services.
Rune Høy has a background in mechanical engineering, starting as a craftsman some 23 years ago and has worked internationally in technical support and sales functions for many years. Rune came to Connected Wind Services in 2016 to develop the international gearbox’s sale and was one of the founders of the Uptower department at CWS. Today, he is in charge of business development at the Connected Wind Services Group in addition to up-tower support also working with offshore O&M service.
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