Studying feasibility means knowing how to reconcile the needs of the operation with existing technical constraints to make the sorting facility much more than a mere collection of machines.
Nicolas NOBLOT, Head of the Mechanics department
For comprehensive and personalized project support
Drawing on collective feedback
In collaboration with the client, to better integrate their needs
Control interfaces allow us to move from a set of machines to a full process; it enables operators to run a complex facility in complete safety
Mathieu NOWICKI, Head of the Electricity-Automation-Supervision Department
Management/control of electrical design, implementation, and choice of equipment best adapted to the efficient operation and running of sorting facilities, paying particular attention to technology watch.
Increasing level of management of automation. Management of automation becoming increasingly advanced to allow control of machines of all origins, optimal safety at every step of the process, and increased productivity.
Provision of a reliable and user-friendly tool to meet all our client’s needs.
After the process design phase and integration of separation equipment, we are involved in detail and implementation studies to bring the project to life, while taking into account the technical constraints, manufacturing, scheduling, and assembly.
Mohamed HANCHI, Head of Communications Department
Management of design, dimensioning, and manufacturing of process frames
Anticipation and consideration of assembly issues as early as the design phase
Optimization of assembly schedules and taking into account of constraints (scheduling, timing of deliveries, multiple activities …)
From the design to the reception of facilities, our business puts to use 40 years of waste sorting experience.
Fabrice THIBAULT & Fabrice LAURENS, Experts
Support for tender applicants during the design phase
Systematic internal design reviews
Assistance with implementation to achieve expected performance
Specific to the waste concerned