Optimised supply chain processes

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Sources of productivity and competitiveness for companies, supply chain processes are now more and more complex and depend exclusively on computer software. Bouygues Energies & Services, because of its vast experience in studying and designing supply chain project as well as its expertise in installing and maintaining industrial equipment, helps its customers to optimise their performance and production, sorting, and handling resources and make them more reliable.


Bouygues Energies & Services advises, studies, and ensures integration and adaptation of sorting and distribution supply chain solutions. It manages the use, preventive and curative maintenance, as well as upgrades, retrofits and renovation of these solutions:

  • Mail system sorting;
  • Package and luggage system sorting;
  • Installation of automatic handling;
  • Automatic production and industrial IT systems;
  • Conveyors,
  • Etc.


A benchmark for over 20 years

Bouygues Energies & Services has an integrated engineering department as well as a dedicated team of technicians. Made up of logistic, sorting, IT, and maintenance experts, Bouygues Energies & Services accompanies its customers upstream to downstream in the implantation and supply chain organisation projects:

  • Assistance to the project owner (design, purchasing, roll out, monitoring use);
  • Engineering and process optimisation;
  • Engineering and composing electrical and climatic batches; 
  • Industrial transfer;
  • Maintenance and conformity of installations;
  • Assistance with production;
  • Maintenance and maintenance engineering;
  • Management and optimisation of the spare parts inventory.


A commitment to results

Bouygues Energies & Services commits itself to meeting performance indicators, associated with a penalty system or a bonus/malus that it determines in partnership with its customer when the contract is being drawn up, for example: 

  • The maximal down time of the process;
  • Availability rate of equipment;
  • Spare parts budget;
  • The quality of CMMS data;
  • Respecting the preventive maintenance calendar;
  • Time before the process will be running again;
  • Duration of process transfer, etc.