Rail and Urban transport

A Strong French Presence at the Baghdad International Fair

Rejula ARUN - 11-nov.-2018 05:58:58

United Arab Emirates- 2018 : BUSINESS FRANCE, the national agency supporting the international development of the French Economy, will organize a French pavilion at the Baghdad International Fair for suppliers of equipment, materials, services for the construction, infrastructure sector wishing to participate in the reconstruction program for Iraq. Other French exhibitors from different business sectors will also attend the event, federated by the French Embassy to Iraq. With 37 million inhabitants, Iraq is one of the largest markets in the region and has secured €26 billion for its reconstruction at the Kuwait conference last February. The new dynamic driven by the Iraqi government is also supported by France’s public authorities, and 2018 marks the return of French companies to the Iraqi market, which offers truly significant potential, particularly in the construction, architecture and building materials sectors. The French construction industry has undeniable strengths in sectors where technical sophistication, innovation, quality and design play an essential role. With a highly fragmented network of + 409 000 businesses and revenue of €126 billion, France’s ability to play a major role in global trade is all the greater given that most of the sectors that make up the industry include one or more international leaders. In the field of public works, the turnover posted by French companies amounts to €64.9 billion, including €28.5 billion in exports. This sector is buttressed by the know-how of several major groups. French engineering is highly appreciated internationally, and suppliers of materials and equipment also enjoy a solid reputation. The reconstruction of Iraq is resulting in many opportunities with rapidly growing demand for capital goods. The Baghdad International Fair, which enjoys high visibility in Iraq, thus offers French exhibitors a unique opportunity to meet the main private and institutional stakeholders. French exhibitors will be located on and around the French Pavilion at Hall 2. Note to Editors: List of French exhibiting companies: ALSTOM TRANSPORT : Equipment and services for rail transport. www.transport.alstom.com CDH GROUP: Handling and work at height equipment, stepladders, work platforms, fixed and mobile scaffolding. www.haemmerlin.com CEVITAL-OXXO EVOLUTION : design and manufacture of custom-made joinery. www.oxxobatiment.fr CLEIA : an engineering company that has built its international reputation in the Terracotta sector by supplying more than 600 brick and tile factories worldwide. www.cleia.fr HAMPIAUX LE LORRAIN : complete range of Flame welding equipment for the steel and metallurgical industries. www.lelorrain.fr INFOSEC : one of the leading European manufacturers of electrical protection solutions. www.infosec-ups.com CEFA: Engineer’s Bridging and Demining. www.cefa.fr GEISMAR: Manufacture of railway machinery. www.geismar.com Industry and Cleantech sector: ANIOS: www.anios.com CARRIER: www.carrier.fr CMA-CGM: www.cma-cgm.fr DEF: www.defonline.com EVOLIS: https://fr.evolis.com FAYAT GROUP: https://fayat.com/ LAFARGE HOLCIM: www.lafargeholcim.com MATIERE: www.matiere-tp.fr RENAULT: www.renault.fr SCHNEIDER: www.schneider-electric.fr TOTAL: www.total.fr Health/cosmetics sector: DR NOORA: www.drnoora.fr ISISPHARMA: www.isis-pharma.fr Agri-Food: GOPEX: www.gopex-sa.com LISA NUTRITION/DOVELAC: www.lisa-nutrition.com NOVALAC:  www.laboratoires-novalac.fr SODIAAL: www.sodiaal.fr Other: AFD: Agence Française de Développement www.afd.fr BUREAU VERITAS: the world leader in compliance assessment and certification. www.bureauveritas.fr  ABOUT BUSINESS FRANCE: Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE international internship program. Social Media: Account Most common used hashtags Twitter : @BF_MiddleEast #InfoBF #FrenchPavilion #CreativeFrance For more info, feel free to contact Business France: Miryem Oukas Head of Communications – Middle East miryem.oukasmessidi@businessfrance.fr


Al Tayer opens Emirati-French Business Summit as 63 entities attend French firms executed projects worth of AED17 billion

Rejula ARUN - 27-sept.-2017 14:33:49

Dubai - Roads and Transport Authority: HE Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has opened the Emirati-France Business Summit held by the RTA in collaboration with the French Business Council. The event, which has attracted the participation of 63 Emirati and French entities, aims to boost the PPP, nurture an investment climate conducive to the development of commercial cooperation between the RTA and the French business community in the UAE, besides bolstering the bilateral business relationships. Attendees of the opening ceremony, which was held in RTA premises, included Her Excellency Dr. Aisha bint Butti Bin Bishr – Director General of the Smart Dubai Office, HE Ludovic Pouille - France Ambassador to the UAE, HE Alain Galliano - Vice-President of the Metropole de Lyon, HE Majdi Abed - Consul General of France, Her Excellency Laurence Battle - Chairwoman of the Executive Board of RATP Dev, and HE Bruno de Reneville - President of the French Business Council. About 200 CEOs and business leaders in public and private entities in both Dubai and France also attended the summit. In an opening speech delivered at the summit, Al Tayer said, “The Dubai Government is keen to foster an investment climate to attract the private sector to take part in development projects and inject more investment in a variety of fields; which will serve the economic and social development in the Emirate. For this purpose, Law No (22/2015) was issued to regulate the partnership between public and private sectors in Dubai. The RTA is always keen to boost the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) and nurture an appropriate investment climate to encourage the private sector to engage in the projects to be released by the RTA in future. The RTA has charted out a comprehensive PPP policy and rolled out a process for reviewing and undertaking such projects and setting job scopes to serve as a reference in preparing and implementing PPP projects. The RTA has established excellent relationships with the French business community. Currently, there are 19 French companies qualified by the RTA, and French firms have delivered contracts worth more than 17 billion dirhams. Among the key projects undertaken by French companies is Dubai Tram. Spearheaded by the French Firm Alstom, Expolink Consortium is undertaking Route 2020 Project for extending the Red Line of Dubai Metro to the site of World Expo. “The RTA has a solid background in dealing and partnering with the private sector in various projects relating to the infrastructure of roads and transit systems. The projects the RTA is poised to release in its Strategic Plan 2017 – 2021 will offer numerous chances for cooperating with the private sector. HE Ludovic Pouille - France Ambassador to the UAE commended the superb relationships and the existing cooperation between the UAE and France in various fields. “The Emirati-France Business Engagement Summit contributes to enhancing the communication and exchange of practices in current and future projects. Dubai remains a privileged destination for our companies wishing to reach a wide range of international markets, due to a common vision and openness to sustainable development, innovation and creative finance schemes,” he said. “French expertise in the mobility field is undeniable, many companies are already involved in projects in Dubai, and I wish to thank the Dubai authorities, and especially His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, for placing their trust in French technologies. These days, a tourist coming to Dubai on an Airbus A380 takes a metro equipped by Thales and catches a connection to the Tram built by Alstom to reach his hotel from Accor Hotels. In the future, he will take the red line to Expo 2020, also built by Alstom, and possibly other modes of transports depending on studies run by Systra,” added the Ambassador. The success of COP21 puts France in a position to become an exemplary nation regarding reducing its greenhouse gas emissions, diversifying its energy model, increasing the deployment of renewable energy sources and transforming the transport sector. The Energy Transition for Green Growth has provided a unique opportunity to develop green mobility, improve air quality and protect public health. These goals are met through implementing new policies, reducing fares to encourage the use of public transport, setting restricted traffic areas, car-sharing and car-pooling strategies, and developing an infrastructure for cycling. Mr Pierre Soulard, Director of Urban Mobility, Metropole de Lyon, presented a paper about the smart mobility in Lyon. “The city has roads extending 3600 km, and the total number of daily journeys is about 4.2 m journeys; 42% of which are made by private vehicles, 35% by walking, 19% by buses, and 1% by trains. “The mobility policy in the city aims revolves around supporting the economic development, easing the mobility of people & goods, curbing the environmental, social and economic impacts of mobility, and encouraging the people to migrate to the use of environment-friendly vehicles,” he noted. In his paper, Soulard touched on an array of topics highlighted by the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), latest developments of Variable Signage, and the best practices & solutions of urban mobility policies & legislations. He also touched on innovative transit projects introduced by startups, smart car rental sharing services, smart car rental of city electric vehicles, and challenges encountered in the operation and maintenance of vehicles. Transit Finance Models Following the opening ceremony, a panel discussion was held entitled: New Models for Alternative Finance of Transport. Speakers included Abdul Mohsen Ibrahim Younes- CEO of RTA Rail Agency, Laurence Battle - Chairwoman of the Executive Board of RATP Dev, Mr Pierre François Goullin - Director of Business Development, Egis, and Charles Emmanuel de Beauregard- Director of Finance Structure, Societe Generale Middle East. Speakers also included Ibrahim Al Haddad, Director of Commercial and Investment at the RTA. Abdul Mohsen highlighted RTA’s achievements over 11 years in leveraging the infrastructure of the transport sector. He touched on the scale of roads constructed and the development of Dubai Metro and Tram. He stressed the importance of funding infrastructure projects through multiple sources rather than just public funding. He referred to the initiation of new revenue sources such as the naming rights of metro stations; which also supports the funding of such projects. Mrs. Battle spoke about the experience of RATP Dev in Europe and the world and stressed the PPP. She also unveiled her vision for the future growth of the transport sector in Dubai, especially with the rapid development and innovation-taking place in the Emirate. She warned against the total reliance on conventional finance methods and the need to develop partnerships with other entities. “The funding of future projects of the RTA has to be coordinated with the private sector and not only through the public funding or borrowing from financial institutions,” said Al Haddad. “It is imperative to develop financial revenues for the RTA through engaging in a host of trading and investment activities to attain financial sustainability and this drive is part of RTA’s investment strategy. The RTA is endeavoring to develop the legislative environment of external partnership projects through involvement in the issuance of the partnership law. Internally it seeks to develop flexible policies and procedures to entice the private sector to take part in RTA projects. MoU The RTA has signed an MoU with Metropole de Lyon to cement the strategic relationships and benefit from the best global practices of investment in the field of mobility. The MoU was signed by HE Mattar Al Tayer for the RTA and Alain Galliano for the city. The MoU aims to ensure reciprocal benefits through defining the scope of cooperation, boosting communication to serve joint interests, sharing studies & technical expertise at all levels, and exchanging know-how and studies relating to their respective core business and specialities. *** Ends ***  


RTA hosts UAE-France Business Development Summit in Sept

Miryem OUKAS - 27-août-2017 08:39:18

• The event takes place in coordination with the French Business Council • Ibrahim Al Haddad: Our aim is to promote bilateral trade & investment  Roads & Transport Authority - Nashwan Atta’ee: The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), in collaboration with the French Business Council in Dubai & Northern Emirates, will host the "First Emirati - French Business Engagement Summit" on September 25, 2017, as part of efforts to create an environment conducive to growth of trade & investment between the two sides. “The summit aims to encourage investment and trade between the RTA and the French Business Community. More than 200 CEOs and leaders from the public and the private sectors in Dubai and France, as well as government representatives from both parties, are expected to attend the summit; in addition to multinational companies, financial institutions and start-ups.” said Ibrahim Al Haddad, RTA’s Director of the Commercial and Investment Departement. "This summit is the first of a series of events. It forms part of a comprehensive plan for business development, boosts international trade & investment relations, and enhances the collaboration and accessibility to foreign markets. It will enable the RTA to benefit from international expertise and attract local & foreign investments to Dubai in the field of transportation infrastructure,” added Al Haddad. Bruno de Reneville, French Business Council President: “I wish to thank RTA and especially H.E Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the RTA, for placing his trust in us by accepting to organise in RTA’s Headquarters this first of its kind Emirati-French Business Engagement Summit on urban mobility.  French companies are well known for their “savoir-faire” in the transportation sector and have already many noteworthy achievements to their credit in the UAE. “Following a mutually beneficial visit by a high-level RTA team to France last July, we have today a unique momentum to strengthen our links. I am confident that the infrastructure boom in Dubai triggered by Expo 2020 will create new business and investments opportunities that French companies stand to benefit from. Beyond the well-known solutions of our large corporations, what France also has to offer to the RTA is a wide network of start-ups and SMEs that create a smarter and happier future!,” added Reneville. Mrs Laurence Batlle, Chairwoman of RATP Dev Executive Board, the Platinum Sponsor of the Summit, added, “We are delighted to be the reference partner of this major event in Dubai alongside the Roads & Transport Authority and the French Business Council. At RATP Dev, we are longstanding and true believers in Dubai’s and RTA’s unique vision and ambition: innovate and build the mobility of the future through a safe and reliable public transport offer in order to support the development of this amazing city.” It is worth noting that in addition to the RATP Dev, the Platinum sponsor, the event is supported by Alstom, AREP, Engie as Diamond Sponsors; and JCDecaux, Thales and Veolia as Gold Sponsors.


Rail Network Safety Clearsy Announces the SIL4 Certification Of Its Safety Vital Relay Range

Rejula ARUN - 02-juil.-2017 12:43:24

July 2, 2017 Press release, page 1/2   RAIL NETWORK SAFETY CLEARSY ANNOUNCES THE SIL4 CERTIFICATION OF ITS SAFETY VITAL RELAY RANGE The six safety vital relays developed by Clearsy France are the very first self-controlled safety vital relays guaranteeing opening of their NO contacts at a SIL4 level. Since 2016, these safety vital relays are SIL4-certified according to the EN 50129 and EN 50155 standards. Applications of these relays include Lyon (France) tram level crossing protection systems, Nice (France) tram onboard control system and Luxembourg-City tram SIL 4 signaling system. The availability of these relays with NO contacts guarantee on opening and independently certified SIL 4 by Certifer is a first on the railway market. We owe this new development to Clearsy an Aix-en-Provence (France)-based company, which employs more than one hundred people specialized in the production of SIL 0 to SIL4 safety-critical systems and software. RS4-range relays are available with different control voltages, from 24 to 110 Volts. Models have 2 to 4 work contacts (NO) guarantee on opening and 2 to 6 (NC) contacts non-guarantee. The relays are available in two formats, a DIN rail box or a 3U card; these relays provide galvanic isolation between control and contacts "Our relays are designed for very harsh environments (-40° C to +70°C) with high vibrations and/or shocks and salt spray, in order to fit for all conditions", explains Patrick Péronne, project manager. The RS4 range constitutes significant technological progress for onboard and/or trackside critical controls applications. "A single RS4 safety vital relay provides in a very compact format galvanic isolation and reduces the number of contacts in safety applications by not requiring auxiliary contacts for copying. It also provides contacts able to make even with very low current an important aspect for all applications requiring an interface with  “ PLC “, points out Patrick Péronne.  ClearSy presented its SIL4-certified safety relay range at the SIFER French railway trade show, last March. Technical specifications of the RS4 range THE SAFETY PRINCIPLES OF THE RS4 RELAY RANGE:  Use of two internal relays. Each NO contact in the RS4 relay corresponds to two internal relay contacts placed in series. If a NO contact in one of the internal relays jams, the NO contact of the RS4 relay remains open.  Inhibition of the RS4 control if a contact in one of the two internal relays jams. Accordingly, it is impossible to have the two internal relays of the RS4 relay with contacts jammed at the same time.  Principle of inhibition of the SIL4 control approved by Certifer (like everything else concerned with the relay)  Internal relays with guided contact that meet standard EN 50205 (to guarantee rereading of contacts and non-overlap between work contacts and rest contacts)  Relays hermetically-sealed to guarantee that contacts do not oxidize.  Diversifying of components to remove common modes.  Impossibility of short circuits (insulation distance, hermetically-sealed internal relay boxes…) IN ADDITION TO DESIGN PRINCIPLES, RS4 RELAY MANUFACTURE IS CONSTRAINED BY THE FOLLOWING POINTS:  PCB and assembly rule IPC 610 class 3.  Full safety and functional test on each relay produced.  IRIS-certified manufacturing plant.  Clearsy and its ISO 9001-qualified service providers. The RS4 range Model Format Width Height Depth NO contact (1) NF contact Control voltage   RS4.DIN.202.24V DIN box 22.5 90 99.5 2 2 24 V DC   RS4.DIN.304.24V DIN long box 22.5 90 121 3 4 24 V DC   RS4.DIN.402.24V DIN long box 22.5 90 121 4 2 24 V DC   RS4.DIN.406.24V DIN double box 45 90 99.5 4 6 24 V DC RS4.3U.2x202.24V 3U card 40 100 160 2x2 2x2 24 V DC RS4.DIN.202.110V DIN long box 22.5 90 121 2 2 110 V DC           More about Clearsy Clearsy develops and markets SIL1- to SIL4-certified safety systems. From design to commissioning, the company is unique in that it can have its solutions certified. This means that it can offer a high degree of safety and has worked on major projects in São Paulo (monorail) and Stockholm and in France with lines 1, 4 and 13 of the Paris metro. For these, it developed a control system for opening and closing the landing doors and ensuring the safe departure of driverless trains.    


Alstom delivers on time the first metro trainset to Riyadh

Rejula ARUN - 07-mars-2017 08:48:23

March 7, 2017 – Alstom , as a part of FAST consortium , hands over to Arriyadh Development Authority (ADA) the first of the 69 metro trainsets for Riyadh that will circulate on the lines 4, 5 and 6. The production of the metro trainsets is well on track and Alstom has set to meet its deadline and deliver all the metro trainsets by end 2018.  ADA launched in 2013 a project to build a metro network that would be 176 km-long and include six lines and 85 stations. Alstom, as part of the Fast consortium , is in charge of supplying a full integrated metro system for lines 4, 5 and 6 (or Yellow, Green, and Purple lines). The metro system includes 69 Metropolis trainsets, as well as Urbalis, Alstom CBTC  signalling solution, the power supply and its energy recovery system Hesop. Composed of two cars each, the Riyadh metro trainset is 36 meter-long and is able to accommodate up to 231 passengers. Each train features three classes: first, family and single class separated by a glass partition. The trains will offer passengers a high level of comfort, ergonomic seating, LED lightning and advanced passenger information systems.   The interior and exterior aesthetical design has been developed as per ADA’s specific requirements. The exterior car body features painted stripes that indicate the color of the line the metro trainset will circulate on. The metro trains are 100% motorized, allowing them to run on gradients of up to a 6% slope. The trains are designed to run on standard-gauge track at a top speed of 90 km/h. The trains have been designed with the region’s climate in mind. One such feature is a more powerful air conditioning system, capable of delivering sufficient cooling capacity even in extreme heat. In addition, the bogies, traction drive, brakes and doors have been fitted with special elements in order to prevent the ingress of sand. "We are pleased to hand over on time the first Metropolis trainset to ADA. This landmark project will allow Riyadh residents and visitors to commute aboard a reliable, comfortable and environmentally-friendly means of transport. Furthermore, Alstom is committed to be a close and long-time partner of the Kingdom to efficiently address its mobility needs and support in carrying out its upcoming transport projects” declared Gian Luca Erbacci, Senior Vice President for Middle East & Africa at Alstom. The metro trainsets are produced in Alstom’s factory in Katowice, Poland. Metropolis is part of Alstom’s metro range. More than 5,000 Metropolis cars have been sold worldwide to cities like Panama, Singapore, Sydney, Sao Paulo, Shanghai, or Amsterdam. About Alstom As a promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom develops and markets systems, equipment and services for the railway sector. Alstom manages the widest range of solutions in the market – from high-speed trains to metros and tramways – customised services (maintenance, modernisation,…) and infrastructure and signalling solutions. Alstom is a world leader in integrated railway systems. It recorded sales of €6.9 billion and booked €10.6 billion of orders in the 2015/16 fiscal year. Headquartered in France, Alstom is present in over 60 countries and employs 31,000 people today. www.alstom.com Press contacts: Linda Huguet Linda.huguet@alstom.com +33 1 57 06 10 42 Tarek Solimane tarek.solimane@alstom.com +971 564 162 566  


Alstom unveils its zero-emission train Coradia iLint at InnoTrans

OUARI YASMINA - 21-sept.-2016 14:14:19

20 September 2016 – Alstom has today presented its zero-emission train at InnoTrans, the railway industry’s largest trade fair, which takes place in Berlin from 20 to 23 September 2016. Despite numerous electrification projects in several countries, a significant part of Europe’s rail network will remain non-electrified in the long term. In many countries, the number of diesel trains in circulation is still high – more than 4,000 cars in Germany, for instance. Coradia iLint is a new CO2-emission-free regional train and alternative to diesel power. It is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, its only emission being steam and condensed water while operating with a low level of noise. Alstom is among the first railway manufacturers in the world to develop a passenger train based on such a technology. To make the deployment of the Coradia iLint as simple as possible for operators, Alstom offers a complete package, consisting of the train and maintenance, as well as also the whole hydrogen infrastructure out of one hand thanks to help from partners. This launch follows the Letters-of-Intent signed in 2014 with the German Landers of Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Baden-Württemberg, and the Public Transportation Authorities of Hesse for the use of a new generation of emission-free train equipped with fuel cell drive. “Alstom is proud to launch a breakthrough innovation in the field of clean transportation which will complete its Coradia range of regional trains. It shows our ability to work in close collaboration with our customers and develop a train in only two years,” declared Henri Poupart-Lafarge, Alstom Chairman and CEO. Alstom’s Coradia range of modular regional trains has a proven service track record spanning more than 16 years. Over 2,400 trains have been sold around the world and demonstrate a high availability rate. Coradia iLint is based on the service-proven diesel train Coradia Lint 54. It will be manufactured in Salzgitter, Alstom’s largest site. In addition, at the Alstom booth, you can embark on a journey to discover how the company masters all phases of its customers’ railway projects – designing, building, operating & maintaining and renewing – through tangible examples. The company will for instance demonstrate the modularity of its Avelia high speed range through a hands-on configurator. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience a control centre, see how an AGV is repaired, and discover how train renovation works.  To download more pictures, please follow the link:  https://als.ptn.rs/a/158013   Discover Alstom innovations and meet with our staff at InnoTrans Hall 3.2 Booth 308 About Alstom As a promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom develops and markets systems, equipment and services for the railway sector. Alstom manages the widest range of solutions in the market – from high-speed trains to metros and tramways – customised services (maintenance, modernisation,…) and infrastructure and signalling solutions. Alstom is a world leader in integrated railway systems. It recorded sales of €6.9 billion and booked €10.6 billion of orders in the 2015/16 fiscal year. Headquartered in France, Alstom is present in over 60 countries and employs 31,000 people today. www.alstom.com   Press contacts Justine Rohée – Tel. + 33 1 57 06 18 81 justine.rohee@alstom.com   Linda Huguet – Tel. + 33 1 57 06 10 42 linda.huguet@alstom.com  


Socomec places power and energy performance at the heart of rail transport

YASMINA OUARI - 18-sept.-2016 08:55:14

United Arab Emirates, September 2016 -  As a highly dynamic sector and with a drive for sustainable development, rail transport is undergoing massive changes. With its expertise and solutions, Socomec is helping rail transport professionals to meet tomorrow’s challenges: to secure rapidly increasing traffic, to modernise networks while reducing operating costs, and to optimise energy consumption.  Key areas of expertise and solid references Socomec, a family owned manufacturer for over 90 years is an industrial group with a workforce of 3,200 employees around the world. Its mission: the availability, control and safety of low voltage networks … with particular focus on the energy performance of its customers. The Socomec Group has long been involved in the rail transport sector and has produced electrical installations used on main lines, urban transport networks and in buildings both in France and internationally. Specific solutions adapted to your requirements With nearly 10% of sales revenue ring-fenced for R&D, Socomec places innovation at the heart of its development strategies. The Group also has an organisation dedicated to the design and production of customised solutions. This support covers all phases of rail projects, from feasibility and engineering assessment through to commissioning, including on-site training. Low voltage solutions for railway infrastructure Socomec’s offering meets the essential requirements of signalling systems, traction energy facilities and stations.  Our Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) and AC/DC rectifiers protect and secure critical power supply systems and ensure the high availability and quality of the supply. Protection of persons and installations is assured by a wide range of switch-disconnectors, transfer switches and fuse protection equipment that has been tried and tested. In addition, innovative measurement solutions are also available for monitoring the LV network in real time.   Innovations for tomorrow’s applications Socomec supports companies in an approach to sustainable development that aims to reduce the environmental impact of rail transport. Our solutions allow the implementation of energy efficiency policies, including critical installations and even to become a producer of renewable energy.  Our range of energy storage solutions have been stringently tested and validated for Smart Grid projects and positions Socomec as a true pioneer in this field.  Socomec will be exhibiting at InnoTrans in the French pavilion HALL 26 / 115, Berlin from 20 to 23 September 2016. Press contact : Francesco SALERNO - Offer Communication Project Manager  Tel. +39 (0)4 44 59 87 34 - e-mail : francesco.salerno@socomec.com www.socomec.com   Press contacts : Miryem Oukas Messidi Regional Communications Manager  Mobile: +971 (0)55 478 32 15  Mail : miryem.oukasmessidi@businessfrance.fr  


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