Assets and Processes Management

Delicato acts in the management and maintenance of industrial assets and management of engineering processes for companies looking to improve their results.

The differential in its projects is to integrate in a strategic manner, the needs of the operational, technical and engineering areas with the planning of the financial area and the requirements of the statutory area. All this is done within the modern Corporate Governance requirements, adherence to IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) and industry best practices.

With this differential, client companies reap benefits far beyond those obtained with the simple management of assets, and that are immediately seen in the company financial results.

Delicato brings to the companies a multi-disciplinary view on the various aspects involved in the production and operational processes through the following areas:

  • Asset Valuation: In response to requests from investors or from the board of directors of a company, Delicato expresses opinions about the value of assets or business of the company, with great capacity of analysis - considering the technical, financial and legal aspects - whether they are tangible or intangible assets.

  • M & A (Merger & Acquisitions): Evaluates the productive capacity, investment and expansion plans; makes asset valuation for mergers and acquisitions; performs due diligence and redraws the organizational structure, prioritizing and guiding companies through the integration operations activities and ensuring compliance with applicable standards and rules as well as the business directions coming from the Board of Shareholders.

  • Asset Management: With reports commonly performed to the company′s senior management (C-level), Delicato develops diagnostic analysis of assets, physical and accounting reconciliation, analysis of asset useful life, development and definition of procedures and processes. Defines and implements areas and teams responsible for asset management, in accordance with current corporate governance best practices, all integrated into the rest of the corporation.

  • Assets Maintenance: Draws high efficiency processes for maintenance of assets, implements changes in these processes and coordinates the integration of the areas and processes of the asset maintenance with the other areas of the business and its processes. The immediate benefit of these actions is obtaining integrated company goals across the various areas of the company and to the quality control programs that show tangible results to the client.

  • Maintenance Management Programs: Structures the creation of programs for assets maintenance management in companies with the aim of analyzing opportunities to reduce production and maintenance costs; implements the integrated management of the maintenance and supply areas and of all the supply chain; develops the production planning integrated with the rest of the company, among other activities that deliver results for shareholders.

  • Leasing contracts: Evaluates leasing contracts of equipments such as aircraft, ships, industrial plants and oil platforms, coordinating the compliance to contractual requirements and to a more efficient management of these devices. The work in this area results in significant savings and also minimizing the financial risks to the company.