At the end of 2019, Ekium took part in the new edition of the International Engineering Meetings, which took place around the theme: "WHAT FUTURE FOR FRENCH ENGINEERING INTERNATIONALLY? The keys to success today and tomorrow".
This meeting was chaired by Pierre VERZAT, President of Syntec-Ingénierie, and organized by Emmanuel RAMFEL, Industry & Energy / Engineering & Technology Consulting / International Delegate at SYNTEC-INGÉNIERIE.
Ekium attended this very rewarding event as a member of SYNTEC-INGÉNIERIE. In particular, Ekium actively participates in the Export & International Commission. Ekium brings to this venue its particular vision of engineering applied to industry, in a context where the major players present are essentially major players in France and abroad in the fields of major infrastructures, the environment, water, energy and transport.
Ekium is developing a structured approach to export and international business, through 2 complementary areas of activity:
- Its locations in key development zones, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, notably in Eastern and Southern Africa,
- Its participation in export projects carried out by major French players in the energy, oil & gas and water sectors.
Ekium carries out missions of diagnosis, design, construction, site supervision and commissioning, as well as control and turnkey projects.
Ekium is proud to be part of the French engineering industry, which constitutes a true centre of excellence in our country and whose assets are recognized throughout the world :
- The culture of listening to local needs,
- The "best value" associated with the entire life cycle of a project,
- Technological innovation as a vector for savings and sustainability,
- In the end, the quality of the French work.
Engineering is moreover a field of our economy in which, like that of luxury goods, the import/export balance of our country is positive.
Through its active participation in the SYNTEC-INGÉNIERIE - International Commission, EKIUM carries a vision of cooperation between engineering firms, which are sometimes competitors in France, but which together have the potential to win major projects beyond our borders.