the performance of your industrial sites. Beyond
profitability questions for your business,
these losses have an impact on the environment.
Why reduce your material losses?
For example, the dairy industry accounts for 15 million m³ of milk lost each year worldwide*, or 6 billion euros in losses. This waste has repercussions on several levels: expensive waste to process, reduced profitability, increased carbon footprint, etc.
Together, we must learn to reduce our material losses, whatever the sector of activity.
*Source: The Dairy Industry
Why take the leap?
Our solution to reduce
your material losses
Your industrial sites receive, produce and
transform materials. But part of these
materials are lost during the process and
becomes waste, whether recoverable or not.
Dametis supports you in reducing your
material losses through its solution consisting of
3 successive stages.
Identify where your material losses come from thanks to the data
Take stock of
places of your
✔ When receiving
✔ During storage
✔ During the transformation process
The first step is to identify where the material losses come from based on an overview of the data of the industrial site.
Reduce your losses
materials thanks to
Then, we connect these sensors to the MyDametis platform in order to monitor and analyze the data in real time. Once everything is ready, we implement 5 actions to reduce material losses.
1. Analysis and mapping
First, we analyze and map the issues of material loss during mass transfers.
2. Localization and quantification
3. Quantification of material loss
4. Automatic drift detection
The MyDametis platform automatically detects deviations and implements an action plan to reduce material losses. If deviations are detected, Dametis experts come to your site to requalify shoots and processes.
5. Creation of a report
Train your teams in management
This is why we train your employees so that they know what to do to minimize material loss.
Reduce your material losses,
we begin ?
Reducing your carbon footprint starts with a first brick. Book a call with a business expert to discuss the issues of your industrial sites in terms of decarbonization.
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