Beamex has announced the launch of its new strategy to support its goal of creating a safer, less uncertain world through accurate measurement, reliable data and traceability.
Measurements are present in all everyday actions. This is the case when buying food, filling up the car, turning on the lights or even taking medicine. The right measurements ensure that we receive the right amount of food, fuel and energy, and that medicine is safe. They ensure that the exchange system works properly, and provide the foundations for a safer, more sustainable society and business.
Metrology is essential to guarantee the accuracy and uncertainty of these measurements. It helps to improve efficiency, compliance and safety, while reducing emissions, waste and risks. When measurement data is reliable, and measurement errors are understood, then the world becomes a much safer and less uncertain place.
To support this new strategy, which has already been initiated internally in 2022, Beamex is doing its utmost to find new ways of performing and managing metrology. For example, by developing new products, services and business concepts, and by co-creating and innovating with our partners.
Beamex's innovative metrology technologies and services also promote a smarter way of doing business by helping customers to make better decisions, harnessing data and information to improve processes.
By enabling process optimization through reliable and traceable measurement data, Beamex supports the transformation to sustainable circular economies, where waste and emissions are reduced. The company also seeks long-term partnerships to enable sustainable growth.
" Beamex's goal is to make the world a safer, less uncertain place for society and our customers by providing reliable measurement through a digital metrology management ecosystem that makes it faster and easier than ever to manage and share data. This new strategy is the roadmap that guides us on this mission - a journey that has already made us a world leader in industrial metrology, in terms of technological innovation, image recognition, digitalization and growth. "says Jan-Henrik Svensson, CEO of Beamex.