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As an industrial site manager, I want to optimise and digitalise my material flow management

Deviations in incoming/outcoming invoicing are costly:

  • I want to ensure that my suppliers’ invoices are correct.
  • I want to negotiate my services and make informed decisions. 
  • I want to reduce logistical costs related to waiting times. 
  • I need to ensure safety during transit by taking into account speed, overloads, manoeuvres…
  • I need activity reports, including my site’s carbon footprint.

Some key figures:

20% gains

target set by the French government on energy efficiency between 2010 and 2030 per tonne produced 


of truck accidents are caused by reversing

70g of CO2

the average emission rate of a truck per tonne/kilometre

3 years

the minimum conservation period for data relating to site flows

Up to 5 years

of prison in the event of an accident involving an overloaded truck

Challenges to overcome:

Regulatory compliance and safety

Trace all material and transport flows leaving the site:

  • Accurate, complete, and up-to-date traceability of products and by-products
  • Detect and prohibit any vehicle that is overloaded or with a poorly distributed load from leaving the site

Ensure safety on site by preventing risky behaviours and situations:

  • Detect and manage overloaded vehicles upon their arrival on site
  • Reduce manoeuvres on site and respect speed limits
  • Monitor potential intruder vehicles
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The current system only keeps this type of information for 15 days. If we want to look beyond that period, we have to consult the archives, which is complicated.

Logistics manager

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I don’t know if my supplier is scamming me or not, and I have no way of controlling it.

Cost optimisation

Control purchases:

  • Control incoming raw material flows

Logistics costs:

  • Reduce transport costs, manage disputes, and associated costs
  • Limit additional costs that are due to a lack of control: wrong destination, wrong product, planning errors, poor stock management…

Associated operational costs:

  • Automate data processing
  • Reduce the number of software programs and associated time/costs: development, deployment, training, evolution


  • Potential gains due to a more accurate evaluation of service provided

Ensure operational performance

By ensuring efficient site management:

  • Avoid unnecessary waiting time on site
  • Fluidify the transmission of information between workstations
  • Use alert systems based on key criteria
  • Ensure access to information for each relevant actor in order to implement the necessary corrective actions in real time

By adapting to the sites’ characteristics and activities: 

  • Flexibility of installation and adaptability to site evolution
  • Visibility allowing the implementation of performance indicators and good practices
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We know that as soon as we have access to information quickly, we have significant opportunities for optimisation.

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Your obligations under the French circular economy law (law n°2020-105 of 10th of February 2020) will be operational from 1st of January 2022 onwards. Your obligations depend not only on who you are (waste producer, site manager, transporter, treatment facility, etc.) but also on the type of waste or excavated soil you produce or process.

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