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Manufacturing & Logistics

Growth in e-commerce. Smart factories. Delivery robots. Digital transformation across the manufacturing and logistics industries is accelerating rapidly following COVID-19. The resulting shift in demands of both consumers and businesses requires resilience, agility, and smart thinking.
Skilled tech talent will be central in balancing these demands with digital technologies for efficient production and delivery.

Helping you deliver tomorrow

Digital technologies are reshaping how industrial companies operate. Massive disruption in supply chains, low business visibility, and plateauing margins are pushing the manufacturing industry to accelerate the adoption of digital technologies. AI, Cloud, Machine Vision, and Predictive Maintenance are some of the many technologies that are transforming the modern industrial and manufacturing sphere.

Akkodis provides clients with access to a global network of specialists with expertise in digital manufacturing, Big Data and analytics, and supply chain management, to accelerate digitalization and drive growth. But swift, secure product supply is no longer enough. Sustainability must be at the forefront of transformation along each step of the process.

The sustainability imperative

The World Economic Forum predicts that by 2030, delivery vehicles will increase by 36% due to e-commerce rise. Changing regulations, increased consumer awareness, and ecological imbalances are driving sustainability in manufacturing and supply chains.

Companies can pave the way forward by leveraging data to analyze machinery output and optimize delivery routes, developing EV technologies and implementing IoT devices for enhanced utilities management. This is a real opportunity to pioneer a sustainable future within these industries, and Akkodis can be there, every step of the way.

Evolution, revolution

The fourth industrial revolution is upon us driving a true transformation in technologies and processes that make industrial and production processes smart. Akkodis’ industrial automation engineers develop solutions for superior industrial processes and assist with all aspects of hardware and software design and implementation, including documentation, support, and standardization.

Years of domain experience
Akkodis works with leading manufacturers and logistics companies to deliver innovative solutions and enable their journey to the digital economy.

Breakthroughs in Manufacturing

Industry 4.0 is well underway and to survive in today’s digital landscape, every link in the supply chain must be optimized. Supply chain resiliency is fast becoming the focus for manufacturers to meet fluctuating demands and respond to future crises. Achieving this requires manufacturing solutions such as digital tools for real-time visibility and traceability as well as manufacturing execution systems (MES).

Technology that can collect and analyze the vast amount of available data is crucial. Predicting delays through traffic and weather data, customer demand through buying behavior, and health and safety risks through vehicle diagnostics will see an optimized, future-ready supply chain. Investment in highly skilled digital talent is vital for this agile end-to-end system to succeed.
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Evolutions in Logistics

Customer expectations are shifting as e-commerce continues to ramp up and competition for the fastest, cheapest delivery intensifies. Free or reduced shipping is the norm, putting companies under increasing pressure to develop smart logistics solutions. Last-mile delivery, being the most costly and time-consuming step of the logistics process, is still the most challenging.

Companies are taking on this challenge with real-time tracking, algorithms for route optimization, auto-dispatch systems, and ETA calculations. Meanwhile, self-driving vehicles, drones and robots are already on the way to deliver better, faster, and smarter.
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Innovation in FMCG

When it comes to this sector, the clue is in the name: fast moving. But while solutions such as smart factories with robotics and automation can ensure getting products onto shelves with a minimum delay, it isn’t just about speed. Once upon a time, Fast Moving Consumer Goods held an inherent risk, with producers gambling on how many products to place on the market.

Today, and with the evolution of Big Data and AI-enhanced supply chain and warehouse management, the risk becomes lower, with AI able to predict consumer behavior more accurately, including how to read the market for future product development.
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Electronics and semiconductors

The semiconductor industry is at the core of the digital revolution. All major industries, such as communications, computing, healthcare, and manufacturing and logistics are dependent on the pace of semiconductor development to deploy their next-gen digital solutions.

The semiconductor industry faces a myriad of challenges with a pressing need to take their products to market in the shortest time span, maintain high quality standards and advance innovation.

Akkodis are experts in providing end-to-end services, including plant conceptual design, adaptation, and modernization; supply chain and warehouse management, as well as industrial engineering and development of energy-efficient solutions.
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  • Breakthroughs in Manufacturing

    Industry 4.0 is well underway and to survive in today’s digital landscape, every link in the supply chain must be optimized. Supply chain resiliency is fast becoming the focus for manufacturers to meet fluctuating demands and respond to future crises. Achieving this requires manufacturing solutions such as digital tools for real-time visibility and traceability as well as manufacturing execution systems (MES).

    Technology that can collect and analyze the vast amount of available data is crucial. Predicting delays through traffic and weather data, customer demand through buying behavior, and health and safety risks through vehicle diagnostics will see an optimized, future-ready supply chain. Investment in highly skilled digital talent is vital for this agile end-to-end system to succeed.
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  • Evolutions in Logistics

    Customer expectations are shifting as e-commerce continues to ramp up and competition for the fastest, cheapest delivery intensifies. Free or reduced shipping is the norm, putting companies under increasing pressure to develop smart logistics solutions. Last-mile delivery, being the most costly and time-consuming step of the logistics process, is still the most challenging.

    Companies are taking on this challenge with real-time tracking, algorithms for route optimization, auto-dispatch systems, and ETA calculations. Meanwhile, self-driving vehicles, drones and robots are already on the way to deliver better, faster, and smarter.
    Logistics
  • Innovation in FMCG

    When it comes to this sector, the clue is in the name: fast moving. But while solutions such as smart factories with robotics and automation can ensure getting products onto shelves with a minimum delay, it isn’t just about speed. Once upon a time, Fast Moving Consumer Goods held an inherent risk, with producers gambling on how many products to place on the market.

    Today, and with the evolution of Big Data and AI-enhanced supply chain and warehouse management, the risk becomes lower, with AI able to predict consumer behavior more accurately, including how to read the market for future product development.
    robotics_big_data
  • Electronics and semiconductors

    The semiconductor industry is at the core of the digital revolution. All major industries, such as communications, computing, healthcare, and manufacturing and logistics are dependent on the pace of semiconductor development to deploy their next-gen digital solutions.

    The semiconductor industry faces a myriad of challenges with a pressing need to take their products to market in the shortest time span, maintain high quality standards and advance innovation.

    Akkodis are experts in providing end-to-end services, including plant conceptual design, adaptation, and modernization; supply chain and warehouse management, as well as industrial engineering and development of energy-efficient solutions.
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Why Akkodis

With Akkodis, you have the world’s smartest minds focused on driving manufacturing innovation and logistics optimization. Our obsession for technology helps you shape your future, placing you at the cutting edge of change, and ready to deliver tomorrow.

Whether it is industrial solutions in engineering, machine learning and AI, or full plant conceptualization, we’ve got the people and the passion to make it work.
It’s time to disrupt. Together, let’s develop a smarter tomorrow.

Our clients’ success

3m

3M achieves efficient utilization of resources with Akkodis scalable client service solution

Akkodis delivers client-driven services at a fixed price, with an option of easily scaling up these resources for further projects.
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