As owner of tens of square kilometres of land, Shell also manages various roads. These roads are mainly at the Shell plant in Pernis. The company has recently set up a TTM process, enabling third parties who carryout roadworks on this land, such as contractors and network operators, to apply for a permit online. This used to be a predominantly manual process, where applications were reviewed one by one and the impact was drawn up manually.
During the initial meetings between Shell and Andes, it soon became clear that the LTC TTM software application would make the process more efficient in several ways. The hundreds of applications that come in can now be processed and aligned more quickly, more uniformly and in a much broader context. This saves considerable amounts of time and money and provides a better overview, which in turn increases the overall coordination of works, and safety.
After intensive training at Shell, contractors were able to get to work immediately in an effective and efficient collaboration.