We scratch many surfaces, but these are the playgrounds where we excel

We challenge you to challenge us. Based on numerous use cases, Yitch is equipped with the necessary knowledge and experience to provide you with industry-oriented solutions.

Food industry

Maybe even more than other sectors, the food industry continuously needs to face numerous tough challenges in different areas. Next to the steadily rising energy cost, the growing diversity of products and the ageing of technical staff, known to every manufacturing company, the requirements on food safety of an end product, as well as the environment where it is being manufactured are becoming increasingly strict.

To keep liability risks at bay, Yitch provides the automation answers to each and every challenge presenting itself regarding the production of food, whether it’s processing, filling, bottling or packaging of products.


The solutions we provide, and the platforms we build, are always brand-independent, to ensure the best possible answer to your specific challenge. 


The results you will achieve by opting Yitch, include complete and flawless product traceability, OEE registration, flexible planning of production processes.

Life sciences

Being a proud partner of PILS, among other things, Yitch demonstrates its commitment to making companies, active in the Life Science industry, perform better. We exchange experiences, in order to be able to catch up with the current swift evolution of the Life Science industry.

At Yitch we help Life Science customers design, implement and optimize solutions to:


  • Increase your process understanding
  • Improve quality control
  • Create paperless information flows

Our Life Science Automation and digitalization engineers have extensive domain experience with a wide range of industry standards (S88S95GAMP5). Leveraging that experience, we provide design and implementation of:


  • Process control systems
  • Warehouse Control Systems
  • Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
  • Electronic Batch Recording systems (EBR)
  • Data collection and analysis systems
  • Manufacturing intelligence systems

Chemical industry

The North Sea being one of the busiest shipping routes in Europe, it should come as no surprise that the petrochemical industry is also well represented in the ports and shores along this route, from Antwerp to Amsterdam.

    With operation hotspots in Antwerp and Breda, in the heart of this industry, every day, Yitch sends out its engineers wherever the need for support is most urgent. They are being deployed for:


    • Assistance with drawing up functional requirements
    • Programming and setting-up various DCS-systems
    • Migrations from old to new systems

    Circular economy

    The idea of circular entrepreneurship is to make better use of energy and resources, and to be able to recover raw materials once their purpose has been fulfilled. Anyone who wants to apply these ideals to their own production will find a rock-solid partner in Yitch.

    Based on countless use cases we have a unique understanding of how to ensure that (renewable) energy is used in a smart way and raw materials can be reused. Based on a quick scan of your production environment we can not only increase the energy performance, but together we can also ensure that landfill can be reduced.


    Nice objectives right? Yitch is therefore eager to commit to various aspects that belong to circular entrepreneurship, such as:


    • Waste to Energy plants
    • Waste to Feed
    • Waste to Food ingredients
    • Water Treatment Plants
    • Combined Heat and Power Plants

    Smart logistics

    The magic behind same-day shipping lies in the way the logistics chain is managed. By ramping up the intelligence and connectivity of the links in this chain, it is possible to track deliveries of goods and services almost in real-time.

    Same-day shipping allows retail giants to deliver their products the same day the order is placed. The magic behind all this lies in the way the logistics chain is managed. In fact, in order for a manufacturing environment to flourish and achieve the highest possible output, the underlying logistics processes must also be ever smarter.


    Today it is basically possible to track deliveries of goods and services almost in real-time by ramping up the intelligence (or connectivity) of links in the logistics chain. This kind of real-time tracking is unachievable without real-time data coming from various IoT devices contributing to an order. By combining the data from indoor tracking and outdoor tracking, one can acquire end-to-end visibility.


    Although courier companies and e-commerce giants were the first ones to adopt it, today smart logistics can add tremendous value to virtually any company. The entire logistics supply chain will benefit from IoT tracking and, most importantly, it delivers an elevated user experience.