ANDRITZ, a globally leading supplier of plants, equipment, and services for various industries, required a flexible and innovative MFM platform partner for their autonomous log yard crane.
The solution provided by Roima helps ANDRITZ implement autonomous log yard cranes for their customers, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by replacing diesel-run machines with fully electric cranes.
The partnership between ANDRITZ and Roima directly contributes to two of the United Nations’ sustainability goals, Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, and Climate Action. This case highlights the crucial role of ESG considerations in modern business practices and the importance of companies’ responsibility towards the planet and society.
ANDRITZ is a globally leading supplier of plants, equipment, and services for hydropower stations, the pulp and paper industry, the metalworking and steel industries, and for solid/liquid separation in the municipal and industrial sectors as well as for animal feed and biomass pelleting.
ANDRITZ needed a flexible out of the box MFM platform partner for their autonomous log yard crane.
Delivering supervisory control system FidaWare ACSS
- ROI calculations allowed to compare different vendor solutions
- ISA-95 standards helped to validate the suitability of different solutions
- Enhanced future manufacturing operations and profitability with remarkable ROI
- Reduced noise pollution
The MFM solution from Roima contributes to two of the 17 United Nations sustainability goals, in the ANDRITZ operations; Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure and Climate Action.
The delivery and continuous support of the supervisory control system FidaWare ACSS enables ANDRITZ to implement autonomous log yard cranes for their customers. The cranes are fully electric hence reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) due to replacing diesel-run machines with electric cranes. The partnership enables ANDRITZ and Roima to directly contribute to the UN sustainability goal Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure and Climate Action.
Sustainability is an essential aspect of modern business practices, and companies that prioritize environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations are increasingly viewed as leaders in their fields. At Roima, we believe that taking a responsible approach to business is not only good for the planet and society, but it’s also essential for our company’s long-term success.