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24 April 2020

Perfact bike team

Maarten De Proost has provided our colleagues Andy, Mathijs and Ryan in Antwerp with new Perfact bikes! This not only allows them to reach the various plant parts of our customers more quickly, but also more safely to make recordings and perform inspections. They are still looking for colleagues! Take a look here for our […]

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25 February 2021

Theoretical and practical experience leads to more quality

Project management and Turnaround management are areas of expertise that are the core of the Perfact business. These are areas of expertise we are proud of, because since Perfact was founded in 2004 we have gained a lot of experience in these areas. Theoretical experience, but especially a lot of experience in practice. It satisfies […]

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3 May 2021

Project Integration Management: A successful project

Projects are complex. There are many different components that need to be managed. Keeping track of everything and knowing how one factor affects another can be challenging. If not done properly, this can lead to the failure of a project. Project Integration Management is the coordination of all elements in a project. This includes coordinating […]

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24 June 2021

Scope Management: defining a project contributes to a successful outcome

Scope management, or rather the lack of it, is one of the main reasons why projects do not proceed as planned. Correctly defining what belongs to a project and what does not is absolutely essential for the proper management of a project. It ensures that there are no ambiguities, a project proceeds according to plan […]

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5 August 2021

Project Resource Management: all resources needed to achieve objectives

Often, when managing resources within a project, the project leader only thinks of the executive resources, such as mechanics, electricians, painters, bricklayers or cranes. However, Project Resource Management also includes the supporting resources for the project, such as buyers, forwarding agents, planners, trainers, guards, (technical) specialists and many more. The resources, which a project needs […]

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12 November 2021

Project Risk Management: taking account of unexpected events

It sounds simple, taking into account unexpected events that may affect a project in any way. The goal, of course, is to minimise the impact of these risks. Yet some risks are underestimated or even neglected by project managers. After all, due to the unpredictable nature of risks, the risks expected in advance may not […]

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25 March 2022

Project Procurement Management: planning, executing and controlling

Project procurement management (procurement); if you google it, you are actually presented with a string of training courses. That indicates that it is a specialist area within project management. Perhaps it is one of the most crucial parts. Because you are already 1-0 behind when the supplies are not in time to execute the project. […]

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20 January 2022

Bob is Perfact

Within Perfact, there is always room for personal development. We actively offer this, by giving every colleague the possibility to follow a Lean Six Sigma training. We allow our colleagues to develop themselves. And, of course, our clients benefit too. The knife cuts both ways. The will to grow and the initiative you show in […]

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28 March 2022

Project Port of Antwerp

We are proud to be able to contribute to the expansion of the container capacity of the Port of Antwerp for the next 10 years (!). Together with our partner Consul Infra Group, we will be able to fill in various positions for further development of the port. The first Contract Manager has already started […]

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