Ariadis, Rebar Software maker.
We design rebar software with clear and intuitive interfaces.
Set up in 1987, Ariadis specializes in developing and selling software solutions for the concrete rebar business.Our software solutions cover the full range of rebar manufacturing needs. We serve every level of the industry, from SMEs to the big industrial groups (companies producing from a few tons to several thousands of tons of steel per month).
Our development know-how, our expertise in rebar industry production processes, our knowledge of software ergonomics make a powerful mix, delivering the most user-friendly and efficient software package on the market.
Our team of engineers and technicians with more than 20 years of expertise in the rebar field guarantees customers the best technical guidance for improved production efficiency.
That’s why today our solutions are used by many rebar professionals, not only in France but also in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Their activities are our core business. They produce cut and bent as well as assembled rebar. Our expertise is required for different types of structure: from small setups to larger businesses with multiple production sites. Our customers have different needs (ex: to connect various industrial sites in the same group) and we have been successfully providing the answers for many years.
Centered around reinforced concrete member production, their activities depend on rebar. Precasters often have their own rebar factories.
Construction companies’ projects are often big, so control of cost and delivery time is vital. Thus they may choose to create their own rebar factories (sometimes locally situated on site). When subcontracting is involved, the need for coordination of steel production and delivery is crucial and requires synchronization of information.
Rebar production may be undertaken by industrial groups aiming to diversify: for example, steel transformation businesses like pressing companies may get involved in rebar. Rebar manufacturing also allows steel mills to regulate production (« base line of production »).