Heavy Lifting

Heavy Lifting IT solutions

In every major industrial sector heavy lifting plays an important part. It needs to take place safely and involves sector-specific engineering experience.

Project-oriented system integration by Raster

With our Raster brand we specialise in production- and process automation activities and deploy the latest generations of PLC’s, robots, servo motors, SCADA-software, DCS and Embedded software.

Raster is a project-oriented system integrator in the field of industrial automation with broad expertise in various sectors such as heavy lifting.


Raster highly qualified professionals work on innovative technological developments for our customers. To provide safety to company assets and business operations of our customers, Raster integrates organizational and technical measurements in the business processes. They have knowledge of ISA-88, ISA-95, security, Gamp, SIL, OEE / SPC and tracking & tracing. The team is trained and retrained in safety aspects for various industries: Tüv Functional Safety, VCA, NEN 3140, Basic Training Offshore Safety and BHV.

Software as a Service by OrangeNXT

Through our OrangeNXT Brand, ICT Group also offers ready to use Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions with a plug-and-play cloud platform that connects people and devices and allows you to simplify your processes and identify new business opportunities.

Low-coding by Motar

Motar, our low-code platform, enables engineers without any, or limited, programming skills to create software. It facilitates quick and flexible model-based development at a faster speed and lower costs.

Our Heavy Lifting Cases

What can ICT Group do for your business?

We bring people, technology and ideas together by linking our knowledge of your market to innovative integrated IT solutions for your company, product or project. Our challenge is to make the world a little bit smarter together with you. Read our cases to find out how we create added value for our customers.

Would you like to know more about our solutions for Heavy Lifting?

Martijn Kooij

Martijn Kooij

Director Raster
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