3YOURMIND, Berlin, Germany, has announced that it is partnering with Jaringan Semangat Sendirian Berhad (JSSB), a Malaysian-based Additive Manufacturing service provider, to develop Digital Inventory Management Systems (DIMS) for the energy, transportation and defence industries.
This partnership is part of a collaboration between JSSB and fellow Malaysian-based energy company Petronas, which aims to promote corporate digitalisation initiatives and the subsequent cost savings through DIMS adoption.
As part of the initiative, 3YOURMIND will provide JSSB with part identification and order management solutions to enable digital warehouse capabilities. By partnering with 3YOURMIND, JSSB expects to establish a centralised customer-facing portal to streamline procurement activities and monitor performance analytics. JSSB specialises in 3D scanning, 3D modelling, and producing parts and components using Additive Manufacturing and other conventional technologies.
Through this collaboration, JSSB anticipates becoming better equipped to address customer pain points, including optimising warehousing costs of non-moving parts, manufacturing obsolete parts, localising part production, and reducing production lead time.
“3YOURMIND is recognised as the developer of industrial strength enterprise-wide software platform for managing end-to-end workflow for AM and 3D printing services,” stated Deric Kong, Senior Business Development Manager at JSSB. “3YOURMIND’s reputation and its very friendly and interactive team is the reason why JSSB has decided to engage with 3YOURMIND as part of our DIMS implementation.”
For 3YOURMIND, this collaboration with JSSB is said to offer a powerful example of how digital inventories of 3D parts can address procurement and warehousing challenges experienced in the oil and gas sector. This effort expands on 3YOURMIND’s knowledge in the energy sector as a member of DNV’s Digital Warehouse Joint Innovation Project.
“We’re excited to work with JSSB to realise the potential of digital part inventories to address part procurement challenges in the oil and gas sector,” added Lucien Berret, AM Engineer at 3YOURMIND. “This collaboration will create a powerful business case for the oil and gas industry to embrace the cost-saving potential of Additive Manufacturing.”