Colruyt : Automation focused on staff Just like many other companies, the Colruyt Group has invested time and money in the automation and digitisation of their production facilities. The major difference between the Colruyt Group and other companies is that their staff are the central element of each and every innovation.
Ports in transformation: innovation platform towards a sustainable future Last week, a successful event for the Energy Technology Club which organised the 41st edition of Belgium’s most famous energy industry network event: the Walking Dinner.
Industry and climate: What is the role of building technology in achieving the climate objectives? What can building technologies contribute to the realisation of the climate objectives? And what actions doest Agoria untertake to ensure their potential is fully used?
VIDEO - Provan: “Employee engagement is one of the pillars of our QRM strategy”. Provan, a metal solution manufacturer and supplier, was one of the first companies to receive Agoria’s Factory of the Future Award in 2015. Provan also received the award in 2018, in no small part thanks to their QRM (Quick Response Manufacturing) software. Provan’s CEO, Peter Tans has shared some valuable advice.
World Solar Challenge 2019: Dreams do come true for the Belgian Solar Team: World champions Thursday 17 October 2019 - The Belgian Solar Team has won the world title for the very first time! The team has spent 15 months working on BluePoint, the solar car entered into the competition. It was clear from the start that it was a challenge, not a race. Some experienced teams did not even make it to the finish line.
Role of the industry in achieving the climate objectives The design of climate regulation might not always be easy to follow, as it covers multiple sectors and addresses industry through two different types of approaches; ETS and non-ETS. In this article we illustrate how the regulations take the industry into account.