SAMSON wanted to launch a new generation of slurry tankers as fast as possible, and therefore they decided to check into DIS’ project hotel. A project team of two employees from SAMSON and five engineers from DIS was formed.
With the project team based in the project hotel, all competencies, decision makers and resources were located at the same place. This type of collaboration reduced the time-to-market substantially.
The project involved fast track development of two slurry tankers with a new interface to the tractor. DIS ensured a smooth and successful developing process.