BENOMIK is your recruiter for experts in the fields of chemistry, energy and raw materials for Industry 4.0
The industry is a key consumer of energy and raw materials. To use these resources as efficiently as possible, industry needs to be aware of the best ways to use them. Industry 4.0 technologies are here to help in terms of using energy and raw materials efficiently in industry. They can provide help in minimising waste, optimising production processes, improving maintenance and operations, and also educating employees on energy efficiency.
When it comes to the chemical industry, the development and expansion has always been determined by energy and raw material availability and pricing. Therefore it’s especially important to establish new solutions and foster innovation by Industry 4.0 technologies.
It can help with automatic monitoring of machines and equipment, predictive maintenance, real-time data analysis and optimising production processes. And it also drives down the costs. The German company BASF for example has developed a manufacturing process that uses sensors and computer-controlled machines to mix and measure chemicals. This process is faster and more accurate than traditional methods, and it can help to reduce costs by up to 20%.
Are you excited about this future and want to be part of shaping it? We at BENOMIK support you as a recruitment consultancy in this mission because we specialise in skilled workers and experts for Industry 4.0. In doing so, we cover chemistry, energy and raw materials among other topics of the digital industry. Thanks to our multi-channel search, we have access to the largest personnel network in Europe with over 770,000 experts. Our average time to fill open positions? 12 weeks.
Are you excited about this future and want to help shape it? BENOMIK supports you as a personnel consultancy in this mission because we are specialised in professionals and experts for Industry 4.0. In doing so, we cover the specialist areas of chemicals, energy and raw materials, in addition to other topics in the digital industry. Thanks to our multi-channel search, we have access to the largest personnel network in Europe with over 770,000 experts. Our average time to fill open positions? 12 weeks.
Green hydrogen is a potential candidate to address the energy problem. It is promising for the future and many companies are starting to experiment with it to see how it can be used in their operations. Although there are still some challenges to be solved, green hydrogen has the potential to revolutionise these industries and make them more sustainable. With continued research and development, it is likely that green hydrogen will play an important role in the future of Industry 4.0.
Companies using green hydrogen include Air Products and Chemicals, Daimler, Honda, Hyundai, Nissan and Toyota as early adopters. As the technology continues to develop, it is likely that more and more companies will begin using green hydrogen in their operations. This will help to speed up the adoption of green hydrogen, make it more mainstream and, of course, reduce the costs.
Another candidate to solve the energy problem is e-fuels. E-fuels are still at an early stage of development. A current barrier is as always the cost of production. Efuels are still more expensive to produce than traditional fossil fuels. This is because the process of converting renewable sources of energy into liquid fuels is currently quite inefficient.
However, there are already some companies producing e-fuels commercially. There are also a number of research projects exploring the potential of e-fuels in these industries. Additionally, as more countries commit to reducing their reliance on fossil fuels, the demand for efuels is likely to increase. This could lead to economies of scale and further reductions in the cost of production. And Industry 4.0 takes the major role in developing this scenario.
BENOMIK finds and inspires experienced Industry 4.0 executives and engineers in the fields of chemicals, energy and raw materials. Our recruiting process ensures that vacancies are filled reliably and permanently thanks to elaborate candidate insights and the right cultural fit.