The Smart Industry


The ACTIA Group has been involved for several years in the reconfiguration of its industrial tool in order to deploy on its various sites the organisations, processes, skills, infrastructures and equipment essential to the implementation of the Factory of the Future. Whether it is called Factory 4.0, Factory 5.0 or Smart Industry, the Factory of the Future is above all a performance-oriented culture, at the service of its customers, concerned with involving teams in the various transformations, and with great agility to adapt to the R-evolutions of the industrial world.


Industry has been one of the pillars of the ACTIA group since its creation in 1986. All the products designed and developed under the ACTIA brand are manufactured in the group’s factories in Europe – France, Sweden , Tunisia or the United States. This strong industrial footprint implies a permanent adaptability to remain at the best level of competitiveness and quality.
With its strong industrial culture, ACTIA invests to bring to its customers all the advantages of a digitalized industrial ecosystem, in particular:
For ACTIA, the Factory of the Future must above all be modular and reconfigurable to integrate new technologies related in particular to IOT, AI in the perspective of a global organizational transformation.
The ACTIA group’s factories operate by creating links between people, production machines, the company’s information system, various supervision and data management tools and with customers.
This interconnection is notably ensured by the MES – Manufacturing Execution System – one of the major challenges of which is to manage industrial processes by collecting data in real time within plants and workshops. In this context, a new NPI – New Product Introduction – allows to digitalize the introduction of new products in production.

In this evolution towards an interconnected industrial culture, ACTIA has structured a cybersecurity strategy in order to manage the risks linked to the connectivity of means, data transmission and management as well as the connectivity of more and more products manufactured in its plants.


For ACTIA, industrial performance and the competitiveness of its production facilities are anchored in its policy of Social Responsibility and in a sustainable vision that takes the human dimension into account.

The industrial transformation projects are thus accompanied by major training and skills development programs. For example, the installation of Cobots in factories allows operators to train so that they can devote themselves to higher value-added activities.

The human factor is at the heart of these transformations, because a “smarter” industry is necessarily more respectful of its teams and its environment. Thus, by improving its operational efficiency, ACTIA strives to provide work spaces, creativity and initiatives capable of mobilizing the commitment of teams and integrating them into a global “Move Up” approach to value creation.

The World Class Manufacturing (WCM) program deployed by ACTIA at the group’s various industrial sites supports this approach. WCM works with the teams in the field to pilot and structure continuous improvement action plans to ensure the smooth flow of production and the circulation of information and data, in the interests of customer satisfaction and ACTIA’s industrial performance.

In a constantly challenging and changing environment, ACTIA has developed the levers of reactivity and flexibility that guarantee the performance and sustainability of its manufacturing services.


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