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Worldwide, experts work to deliver a range of safe and sustainable solutions & services across the entire industrial life cycle. In its day-to-day operations, Actemium builds on its powerful networking system expertise in each process in order to provide turnkey solutions.

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    Albyco avoids stock and delivery errors with Actemium’s barcode scanning solution

    Albyco in Oosterhout, NL supplies machines, label systems, and consumables for finishing documents in the digital graphics market. And in recent years, the company has tremendously grown partly due to more exports through their website.
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    Beating the odds in the Feed industry as raw materials and transportation become pricey

    Under challenging market conditions, agricultural and horticultural cooperative, AgruniekRijnvallei (AR), sold more compound feed in the first half of 2021 than in the first six months of 2020. The production of cattle and poultry, as well as pig feed, has increased.
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    A Green transition to industry: From dry turf to a lush wildflower meadow

    Actemium Rheinland has proposed a solution to transform turf into wildflower meadows for insects.
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    A Green Transition in Industry: 3D printing to reduce spare parts and waste

    At a large production facility like Arcelor Mittal Ghent, spare parts management is very costly. They have a large spare parts warehouse with a lot of different spare parts waiting to be used. Most of the time, complex tailor-made parts are used to replace the original part that is only slightly damaged.
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    How did Actemium successfully support Neste’s turnaround?

    Neste is a producer of renewable diesel for a sustainable future. Their facility in Sluiskil, Netherlands is used for the storage and pre-treatment of renewable raw materials, such as waste and residual streams which are oftentimes difficult to process. They are pre-treated there before being further refined.
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    Coming to Paris… hydrogen refill stations

    HYPE, the world's first cab fleet made up entirely of hydrogen-powered electric vehicles, joined forces with other shareholders, to create HysetCo to accelerate the development of the recharging infrastructure required for hydrogen mobility in the Paris region. HysetCo approached France Ingénierie Process (FIP), part of the Actemium network, to be involved in this up-and-coming project.
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    A Green Transition in industry: A second life for maritime containers

    Actemium Laxou, a French Business Unit that manufactures biomethane injection stations has introduced the idea of using recycled containers on their site. The containers are transformed and fitted out as shelters to inject biogas into the French networks. The initiative aims to recycle maritime containers, thus giving a second life to tons of steel.
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    Is industrial relocation a reality or utopia?

    The decade of deindustrialization (differing from countries according to policies) is rooted in competitiveness for the need to produce at lower costs in the context of increasing globalization. This is what has provoked industrial transfers to low-cost countries. This trend has been amplified by the need for "local production" in countries that until then were not quite industrialized.
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    A Green Transition in industry: Actemium OPS technology to eliminate CO2 emissions

    Luleå Harbor, Sweden needed a mobile Onshore Power Supply (OPS) solution to eliminate emissions from docked ships. Those without OPS are powered using their own generators by fossil fuel which consumes up to 865kW per ship, leading to emissions.
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    A Green Transition in Industry: Creating a 3D printer using recycled material

    Maintainers are often faced with obsolete equipment that is no longer manufactured. To fight against obsolescence, Actemium Adour Pyrénées manufactured a 3D printer, by using 80% of recycled materials, to create custom parts to replace broken pieces for industrial clients.
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