Maintenance Industry Report
- Survey Q2 2022 –
Special topic “Condition Monitoring” *:
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Survey period: April until June 2022
The survey takes 5 until 10 minutes.
* Special topic included this quarter in addition to the recurring standard questions
- Results Q1 2022 –
Special topic “Sustainability”:
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The results (PDF file) are freely available.
We thank all participants!
- Previous results:
These results also remain freely accessible via the PDF files in the side column on the right.
Thanks to all participants!
The target group
Are you an industrial maintenance service provider or do you belong to an in-house maintenance department and interested in industry insights? With our surveys, the "Industry Indicator Maintenance" is the pulse monitor for you!
The indicator is an insightful, qualitative economic indicator whose statistical evaluation is closely based on already established economic indicators. In order to obtain as realistic and complete a picture as possible of the current situation and expectations for future developments, key decision-makers from the maintenance and industrial services sectors are surveyed on a quarterly basis.
Survey and survey results
Quarterly survey and dissemination of results
The results are freely accessible and are published within this page on the reporting date of the quarter. The latest result can be accessed via result.ih-indikator.de.
In addition to the standard questions, an individual supplementary question must be answered. The additional question is adapted on a quarterly basis and picks up on current trends and developments in the industry.
Anyone interested can participate online. Directly via the button about this during the survey phase or by requesting information as soon as the next rotational survey takes place.
Industrial maintenance has a significant impact on the German economy. In Germany alone, it generates plant availability and productivity values equivalent to one trillion euros every year. The volume of assets under its responsibility amounts to 2.2 trillion euros. Plant availability in production is a key factor for the success of companies and for Germany as an industrial location. Today, however, maintenance is facing new challenges. Due to the digitalization of production - the development towards a smart factory - the requirements for maintenance are also becoming increasingly complex. The technical availability of plants can only be guaranteed if maintenance adapts to this new production environment. Conversely, it is thus simultaneously becoming an important "enabler" for the smart factory of tomorrow. The strategic importance of maintenance and its relevance to the economy make the maintenance industry indicator an important economic indicator for the future.