Axians Industrial Applications & Services GmbH
Axians Industrial Applications & Services GmbH is owned 100% by VED IT GmbH, as a corporate holding of the ICT companies of VINCI in Germany.
Our core business is development and distribution of process-oriented logistics solutions for raw material industry worldwide. Mainly in the fields of yard management, automation and digitization, in particular, using the self-developed VAS® (Shipping Automation and Assurance) solution, including all related services, hardware and software components, project planning, installation, commissioning, customer service and worldwide maintenance of all systems.
We are part of the VINCI Energies brand Axians.
Axians offers a comprehensive range of ICT solutions and services spanning business applications and data analytics, enterprise networks and digital workspaces, datacenters and cloud service, telecommunications infrastructure and cybersecurity. Axians’s specialized consulting, design, integration and service teams develop bespoke solutions that transform technology into added values.
2021: Revenues of €2.6 billion // 12,000 employees // 25 countries
“As part of the Axians ICT brand of VINCI Energies, we have access to a large network of 64,500 employees and specialists around the world. This makes us a strong partner for our clients as we are able to offer expertise from different business sectors like industrial technology and energy infrastructure.”
Marc Graner, Managing Director Axians Industrial Applications & Services GmbH
Visit us on the following events
Oct 25, 2022, Yard & Road: When it’s Time to Rethink your Digital Roadmap
9am (New York), 2pm (London), 3pm (Berlin/Rome), 5pm (Dubai)
Registration and participation is free, but spaces are limited. Please register as soon as possible to secure your place in this Logistics Tech Short. You can’t attend live? You should still register! We’ll be sending out the recording after the webinar to all registrants.
Holger is Teamlead Project Organization and Presales at Axians, a leading provider of yard management technology. Karsten is Senior Manager Business Development at INFORM, the transport optimization software provider.
The road to digital transformation can be long and winding. Some companies take unintended detours, while others are overrun with digital tools. Each tool seems to be useful on its own, but because there are so many, and so much data to pair with them, many building materials producers simply do not use their pile of technology effectively.
While a fully automated state of the art, business-oriented Yard Management System and an AI-Powered Transport Optimization Software are still key elements on the road to digital transformation, integrating logistics platforms and partners are the upcoming technology trends. In this hands-on webinar, Holger Süß (Axians) and Karsten Horn (INFORM) pull over for 20-minute break to get a clearer picture of the real opportunities that lie ahead on the road to net-zero and digital transformation. Based on real-world examples from the cement, aggregates, and ready-mix industry, you’ll learn:
- What will make or break your digital transformation journey.
- Where the real opportunities of digitalization lie and how to identify them.
- How to avoid detours, breakdowns, or U-turns on the road to digital transformation.
- Why going digital for the sake of digitalization won’t bring you far.
- The latest advancements of INFORM’s AI-Powered Transport Planning Software and Axians’ IAS Suite Service Modules, e.g., the flawless app integration for customer processes. How you can benefit from a cooperation between software partners like INFORM and Axians.
LOGISTICS TECH SHORTS
Logistics Tech Shorts – a series of 20-minute webinars on optimization technology in the building materials industry. Designed to stimulate and challenge your thinking on how technology impacts logistics in the modern age, Logistic Tech Shorts deliver a blend of big picture thinking with practical ideas you can apply in your daily work. Recordings of our previous Logistics Tech Shorts can be found here.
02-05 Oct 2022 Booth 2&3 at Cemtech Europe
Cemtech Europe 2022 is a major in-person conference & exhibition,
taking place in the bustling Mediterranean city of Barcelona, Spain, on 2-5 October 2022.
This conference will address the cement industry’s ambitions to deliver sustainable, low-carbon cement, in line with the 2030 carbon reduction targets, while navigating the major economic forces impacting businesses at present.
Cement industry decarbonisation is driving rapid technological change, with consequences for manufacturing processes, competitiveness and, in the long-term, business viability.
To succeed in this transformation, cement companies need to master a wide range of new technologies while navigating changing regulatory frameworks and responding to the high expectations of stakeholders, investors and consumers.
This Cemtech conference & exhibition will provide the ultimate forum for the worldwide cement sector to share best practice, evaluate new technologies and learn about the latest innovations, while supporting the priority of sustainable, low-carbon cement manufacturing.
Cemtech’s return to in-person events promises to be an unmissable event, offering a packed conference programme covering market and technology developments, a large equipment exhibition, plus an extended programme with cement plant tour alongside unrivalled hospitality in the great Mediterranean city of Barcelona. View outline schedule.
The presentation programme features keynote presentation from industry leaders, discussion of the core decarbonisation levers, including alternative fuels, energy efficiency and digitalisation, clinker reduction and blended cements plus carbon capture technologies. See who’s speaking at Cemtech.
A tour of Cementos Molins’ Sant Vicenç dels Horts plant is scheduled for Wednesday, 5 October 2022.
The company is investing heavily in the plant as part of its commitment to sustainable production and the fight against climate change.
Following the demolition of the old Kiln Lines 3, 4 and 5, the plant’s new kiln, which is regarded as one of the most advanced in the European cement sector, is being optimised for energy efficiency and emissions abatement. The company is also improving the utilisation of solid recovered fuel at the plant, reducing dust emissions, and implementing a new energy management system.
The speaker programme is supported by an exhibition featuring leading equipment suppliers to the global cement industry.