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AMCS technology brings significant improvements to your business. A statement we prove to be true every day. Innovations, redefining the ‘Tailored to Waste’ experience with its optimised accuracy and efficiency. Stay tuned and read all about it in this news section.


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AMCS Group announces appealing eREC presentations
The AMCS Group has announced a series of appealing presentations to be held by international industry experts during the eREC, the Digital Recycling Expo and Conference for Circular Economy and Waste Management. AMCS is one of the leading companies in its field to exhibit at this virtual trade show which takes place from August 31 until September 4.
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Municipalities deploy new collection models with centralised planning
Intelligent optimisation provides municipalities with the possibility to centralise their planning enabling planners to freely deploy drivers and vehicles on routes. With this, the smart system reduces the number of vehicles in the streets which lowers the environmental impact. At the same time, it reduces driver churn and can highly improve customer satisfaction."
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How to efficiently handle any kind of demand-driven planning
End-to-end solutions enable waste collectors to combine any kind of planning in one IT system. With as result, routes are driven more efficiently which significantly decreases planning time and at the same time improves customer service.
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Leading German recycling company tackles highly complex planning
Due to the algorithm developed by AMCS, Germany’s second-largest recycling company can meet the increasingly complex planning demands for the operation with over 2.000 vehicles everyday servicing around 200.000 customer contact points.
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In-cab device mitigates operational, financial, health and safety risk
Mitigating operational, financial, health and safety risk. Through the real-time exchange of data with the centralised enterprise management system, the in-cab device of AMCS Mobile Workforce delivers waste and recycling companies exactly that.
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Counting the cost of fibre contamination
A key principle of recycling is that you get out what you put in. Quality in, quality out is a mantra we often hear from reprocessors. It’s a challenge for a paper or card-recycling mill to make it happen. Figures vary from country to country, but typically 70-75 per cent of paper and card is recycled in European countries and around 65 per cent in the United States. As the various grades of paper-based products make their way on the recycling journey, these are often mixed with other materials. This is true even where there are specialised containers for collecting paper and cardboard.
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AES reduces costs and greatly improves customer service
Completely automating all operational and administrative processes; all the way from the back end of the truck to billing customers based on paid by service using RFID technology for weighing. AMCS Platform enables AES, the Irish leading provider of waste management and services, to streamline the entire operation.
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Evan Schwartz: expert opinion on Fibre Recycling
The paper and forest-products industry is steadily growing and transforming, as the types of products demanded across the globe continue to evolve. As we drive towards a circular economy, the industry has to invest more in recycling. Today, this means applying cutting-edge technology to a complex process.
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Are paper and plastic recyclers prepared for a market rebound?
Paper and plastic recyclers hit by the current crises can still bounce back. This is the firm opinion of the Madrid based Gerard Kissane who has over 10 years of experience in the waste industry. “Mapping the inbound and outbound processes can indicate where there is room for improvement and with that, how to increase growth and margins.”
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Technology helps to anticipate growth opportunities after COVID-19
The turmoil caused by COVID-19 and subsequent restrictions have caused waste and recycling business models to change instantly. "Technology can provide assistance, but companies really need to review the entire process."
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How to easily and continuously optimise waste collection routes
To collect commercial and household waste considerably more efficiently. This is one of the positive outcomes of continuously optimising master routes. As a result, organisations save costs and can deploy fewer vehicles for the same routes.
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Centralising planning contributes to more efficient collection routes
Can the planning department cut down from 50 to 10 planners? “Yes is the answer to this question by centralising the planning with intelligent optimisation”, according to Madrid based Gerard Kissane who has over 10 years of experience in the waste industry.
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