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Monitoring Scraps at site


Monitoring Scraps at site

One of the key aspects of an electrical contracting company's work is to manage and monitor the scrap material that is generated at the work site. Scrap material can include wires, cables, conduits, fittings, switches, outlets, and other electrical components that are left over or discarded after installation or repair. Monitoring scrap material has several benefits for the company, such as:

Reducing costs and waste

Efficiently manage scrap to save costs and resources. Monitor and track material for smarter purchasing decisions. Reuse or recycle, depending on quality, for additional revenue. Optimize handling to minimize waste and maximize savings.

Improving efficiency and productivity

Monitoring scrap material can also help the company improve its efficiency and productivity in its work processes. By keeping track of the scrap material, the company can avoid over-ordering or under-ordering materials for each project, and optimise the inventory and storage of the materials. The company can also identify and address any issues or problems that cause excessive or unnecessary scrap material, such as faulty equipment, poor installation, or human error.

Enhancing reputation and customer satisfaction

Another benefit of monitoring scrap material is that it can enhance the reputation and customer satisfaction of the company and its clients. By minimising the scrap material, the company can demonstrate its professionalism, quality, and reliability in its work, and avoid any negative impressions or complaints from the clients or the public. The company can also show its commitment to environmental sustainability and social responsibility, by reducing the environmental impact and waste of its work, and complying with the relevant regulations and standards.


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SESIPL is a company that specializes in electrical projects in various sectors, such as power, oil and gas, infrastructure, water and waste management. SESIPL has a strong presence in India, with a portfolio of over 1000+ projects completed and ongoing.