With over 120 Business Units in 20 countries, Actemium teams provide maintenance services to industrial companies operating in the manufacturing and continuous-process sector.
Actemium designs and implements maintenance services that range from all-inclusive to tailored solutions, as part of multi-year contracts or fixed-term periods, as well as increasing the reliability of industrial facilities, the safety of maintenance operations and the reduction of assets total cost of ownership.
The engineering, maintenance contract and workshop repair offerings can be tailored to meet the customers’ needs, to provide them the best know-how.
Actemium’s maintenance offering is delivered by:
- 120 Business Units
- 20 countries
- 6,000 engineers and technicians
- €500 million in turnover
- over 400 maintenance contracts
A daily involvment in all industry market segments, keeping the customers’ production sites in working order around the world.
- High Voltage (HV) / Low voltage (LV)
- Process power supply
- Slack current
- Machines tools
- Lifting devices
- Pumps and motors
- Hydraulic and pneumatic systems
- Industrial analysis
- Industrial data processing
The maintenancertified program includes six modules that spell out the successive stages in the life of a contract and describe Actemium’s specific approach. They are based on a multi-technical, multi-country and multi-sector experience.
The modules ensure that the customers have the benefit of Actemium’s best expertise. They also contribute to overall improvement of the maintenance function.
Developing a partnership relationship
- Providing a dedicated single customer interface
- Understanding your industrial challenges and goals
- Working together to innovate in maintenance
- Bringing together the cost estimating teams
- Pooling feedback
- Coordinating multi-site offers
Ensuring reliability in the start-up phase
- Applying proven procedures
- Planning a structure-focused program
- Reinforcing the site teams
Training in maintenance expertise
- Training in “Maintenance team management”
- Training in “The role of the maintenance technician”
- Training in “Contract management”
Benchmarking maintenance contracts
- Assessing contracts in accordance with an expert guideline
- Carrying out cross-audits among contract managers
- Bringing managers together for summary review meetings
- Re-listening to your expectations
- Re-thinking the organisations
- Re-defining the methods
- Re-writing the contracts
- Re-estimating the services