Supply chain start-up in the spotlight: Everysens


Everysens is a supply chain optimization platform intended for asset-intensive industries. The start-up harnesses the power of IoT, big data and artificial intelligence (AI) to boost assets’ fleet performance for small businesses and very large clients alike, spread across all kinds of industries including logistics, heavy industry, manufacturing and many more. Beyond tracking, industrial IoT gives industrials the opportunity to redefine their business models based on the start-up’s in-depth knowledge of each client and their value chain. Via access to digital transformation, Everysens supports and accelerates the transformation of its customers’ businesses.

Committed to offering solutions for real-time monitoring and logistics optimization for any type of asset in an industrial setting, Everysens organizes hassle-free logistics for leading industrial companies and freight forwarders. The company develops intelligent sensors to track all kinds of equipment (e.g. containers, trucks, wagons, machine components, etc.) paired with online software based on a state-of-the-art software-as-a-service (SaaS) and mobile platform. The integrated solution functions as a control tower, providing supply chain directors and operational staff complete visibility over their flows and relevant business analytics. This enables customers to make significant cost improvements and to streamline their field operations, plus provides fact-based analysis to improve client service levels and support operational excellence.

Great Prize for Business Leaders

Everysens currently works for market-leading companies in over eleven countries, including ID Logistics, Danone, T3M and Arcelor Mittal. An innovation to connect its dumpster fleet with the ‘Booster’ solution implemented with Everysens helped French recycling company Covanord to win first prize in the GPBL (Great Prize for Business Leaders) contest in 2017. Everysens was founded by Youness Lemrabet (photo) on 1 January 2015 in Lille, France, and has total funding of €50,000. The company also has an office in Paris. Its ambition is to become the reference solution in the industrial IoT space by 2020.