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The National University of Hurlingham, in Argentina, performs wind-solar hybrid project

The photovoltaic installation will have a power of 10 kW and will be integrated with a mini wind turbine of 1 kW. The National University of Hurlingham (UNAHUR), which is located in the town of Hurlin ......

  • Argentina
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 26 Jun 2019
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Description The photovoltaic installation will have a power of 10 kW and will be integrated with a mini wind turbine of 1 kW. The National University of Hurlingham (UNAHUR), which is located in the town of Hurlingham, in the Argentine province of Buenos Aires, has announced having received the necessary equipment for the construction of a solar wind hybrid project. "It consists of 40 solar panels, 40 power optimizers, an intelligent three-phase inverter, aluminum triangles for laying and concrete blocks for fixing in the installation area," the institution said in a statement. The photovoltaic installation, which will have a power of 10 kW, will supply the laboratories in the N ° 1 Malvinas Argentinas building of the university. "In sum with the installation of the photovoltaic generation system, the incorporation of a wind generator of at least 1 kW of power is foreseen to form a hybrid supply system (solar and wind energy) that, at the same time, will be used to to feed cell phone chargers for the university community, among other applications, "UNAHUR added.
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Source https://www.pv-magazine-latam.com/2019/06/19/la-universidad-nacional-de-hurlingham-en-argentina-realiza-proyecto-hibrido-eolico-solar/
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Chart nets $10.4 mln LNG equipment deal

Chart Industries has booked a $10.4 million order for the liquefier, compressor, and tank equipment content on a utility-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the Northeast United States. The ......

  • United States
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 22 Jun 2019
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Description Chart Industries has booked a $10.4 million order for the liquefier, compressor, and tank equipment content on a utility-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the Northeast United States. The small-scale LNG and utility-scale LNG markets serve a different customer set than mid-scale and base-load export terminal operators. These smaller liquefaction plants typically have a production capacity of less than 500,000 tons per year, and serve specific uses such as marine bunkering, fuel for over the road transport, and power generation in targeted locations. Utility clients are moving toward LNG as an option for a peak capacity market demand solution in gas pipeline constrained areas such as the East Coast of the United States, Chart said adding that this is a natural solution for geographies that have distribution system growth while unable to add incremental capacity. The company further added that in the fourth quarter of 2018, it booked an $8.4 million order for the first LNG project for NiCHe, a Dominion Energy/REV LNG joint venture. This project, Towanda, is a 50,000 gallon per day nitrogen cycle liquefier in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Chart is providing the liquefier and the compressor for the plant which is expected to be actively producing by the end of 2019. Chart said it is working with ODIN as the EPC for both of these projects. ODIN, formerly Northstar Industries, is a utility-scale LNG and natural gas infrastructure EPC provider. The activity in the utility-scale LNG space is not limited to the Northeast United States. Duke Energy, the parent of Piedmont Natural Gas, continues to progress its LNG strategy. In May 2019, Piedmont Natural Gas started construction of their 1 billion-cubic-foot storage facility, with an estimated completion date in the summer of 2021. Earlier in 2019, Chart booked an order from Nikkiso Cosmodyne for the supply of brazed aluminum heat exchangers for a major utility company in the United States. Outside of the United States, Chart is seeing significant opportunities for island-based LNG to drive power demand, especially in the Mediterranean Sea and Southeast Asia. Small-scale and utility-scale LNG is projected to grow to between 75 million and 95 million tons by 2030. In the next three years, Chart estimates total market opportunity to be over $650 million for Chart equipment and process on these applications.
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Source https://www.lngworldnews.com/chart-nets-10-4-mln-lng-equipment-deal/
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Suports starts supply of rooftop structures for a new 427 kWp project in Jamaica

The Suports division of Gonvarri Industries has signed a new 427 kWp deal for the supply of rooftop structures to a project in Jamaica for client SAMPOL. JUNE 14, 2019 SUPORTS BY GONVARRI INDUSTRIES ......

  • Jamaica
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 15 Jun 2019
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Description The Suports division of Gonvarri Industries has signed a new 427 kWp deal for the supply of rooftop structures to a project in Jamaica for client SAMPOL. JUNE 14, 2019 SUPORTS BY GONVARRI INDUSTRIES ShareIcon FacebookIcon TwitterIcon LinkedInIcon Google PlusIcon WhatsAppIcon Email SAMPOL is a multinational applied engineering solutions group set up with Spanish capital. With a presence on three continents, SAMPOL covers the entire value chain of project development, from feasibility study, design and construction to operation and maintenance. The group develops its business activity under a commitment to contribute to the economic and social development of the communities in which it operates. Suports structure and anchors will be supplied to 1,296 PV modules with the BASIC TITL SYSTEM 1 Portrait at 20-degrees over concrete ballasts. The structure will be made of anodized aluminum with A4 stainless steel bolts. Suports distinguishes itself by designing, manufacturing and supplying mounting systems for PV projects. Its more than 13 years of experience, combined with engineering capability and organizational strength, positions Suports as a solar industry leader.
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Source https://www.pv-magazine.com/press-releases/suports-starts-supply-of-rooftop-structures-for-a-new-427-kwp-project-in-jamaica/
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Chart secures equipment order for Venture Global’s Calcasieu Pass LNG

Chart Industries scored a $135 million order for the cold box and brazed aluminum heat exchanger equipment content on Venture Global’s Calcasieu Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal projec ......

  • United States
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 08 Apr 2019
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Description Chart Industries scored a $135 million order for the cold box and brazed aluminum heat exchanger equipment content on Venture Global’s Calcasieu Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal project. The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved Venture Global LNG request to proceed with full site preparation at its proposed 10 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) export terminal in Louisiana earlier this week. The booking of the full order for the Calcasieu project is the next step following a letter of intent from Baker Hughes, a GE company’s Turbomachinery & Process Solutions business for the full equipment offering of 18 cold boxes and heat exchangers for Calcasieu Pass project, Chart said in a statement. “We expect notices to proceed on the equipment builds beginning in May 2019,” the company said. Chart will deliver the equipment on a multi-year schedule in conjunction with Baker Hughes, GE and Kiewit.
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Source https://www.lngworldnews.com/chart-secures-equipment-order-for-venture-globals-calcasieu-pass-lng/
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France's GMD to build HUF 14.5 bln vehicle parts plant

France's GMD group will build a HUF 14.5 billion vehicle parts plant in Dorog (northern Hungary), Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced on Thursday, as reported by state news ......

  • Hungary
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 01 Apr 2019
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Description France's GMD group will build a HUF 14.5 billion vehicle parts plant in Dorog (northern Hungary), Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced on Thursday, as reported by state news wire MTI. The government is supporting the investment, which will create 240 jobs, with a HUF 2.9 bln cash grant, Szijjártó said. Competition to attract the investment was "significant," he added, noting that GMD could have picked any of the 14 countries in the world where it is present. Szijjártó explained that GMD has won a big order from France's PSA, which recently took over the Opel plant in Szentgotthárd (western Hungary), and has also acquired a company in Bonyhád (SW Hungary) which makes interiors for Lamborghini and Bentley cars. The government is negotiating with GMD on related capacity developments, he added. GMD Chairman Alain Martineau said the plant in Dorog would become the biggest aluminum casting member in the group.
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Source https://bbj.hu/business/frances-gmd-to-build-huf-145-bln-vehicle-parts-plant_162549
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GFG Alliance welcomes Dunkerque smelter as cornerstone for supply chain expansion in France

Sanjeev Gupta’s global GFG Alliance inaugurated Liberty Aluminium Dunkerque, as part of its global network of businesses and declared its intention to expand strongly into France’s industrial supply c ......

  • United Arab Emirates
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 19 Feb 2019
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Description Sanjeev Gupta’s global GFG Alliance inaugurated Liberty Aluminium Dunkerque, as part of its global network of businesses and declared its intention to expand strongly into France’s industrial supply chain. In the presence of the French Minister of Action and Public Accounts, Gérald Darmanin, Mr Gupta joined staff and up to 350 guests in Dunkerque to formally welcome Europe’s largest smelter, bought from Rio Tinto for around US$500m in December last year, into the GFG fold. GFG aims to make the 570-worker plant the hub of an extensive manufacturing supply chain providing materials and components for French industry, particularly the automotive sector. The site currently produces 285,000 tonnes of primary aluminium a year. In confirming this commitment, the British-owned business became one of the first to respond to President Emmanuel Macron’s call during the high-profile ‘Choose France Summit’ this week for more inward investment into the country. Mr Gupta, who was among over 100 international company chiefs at the President’s summit in Versailles, also announced today that Liberty Wheels France, already a major customer of the Dunkerque smelter, has won it first major contract since the London-headquartered Alliance took over the plant in May last year. From June, Liberty Wheels France will supply the specialist French micro-car manufacturer Ligier with up to around 40% of its annual requirement for alloy wheels. It is the first contract won since the Alliance acquired the facility, which is the only aluminium wheel manufacturer in France. The group has since implemented a turnaround plan to improve the plant’s efficiency and productivity. The Minister of Action and Public Accounts, Gérald Darmanin said: "I wanted to be here today for the inauguration of Liberty Aluminum because this is an important moment for the industrial renewal of Dunkirk and the Hauts-de-France region. The acquisition of this smelter by the GFG Alliance is also a strong symbol of the French economic attractiveness instilled by the Government. I salute the commitment of Mr. Sanjeev Gupta and his teams in this long-term industrial project. It testifies to their confidence in the exceptional know-how of the men and women who work in this foundry of Loon Plage." Speaking of the week’s events, Sanjeev Gupta said: “In a week where I joined other business leaders from around the world in Paris to celebrate France’s attractiveness to foreign investors, I am delighted to be able show two positive examples of why GFG invested here. “Firstly I am proud to welcome Liberty Aluminium Dunkerque to the GFG Alliance. Our aim is to make this site and the highly skilled women and men who work there, the cornerstone of our integrated industrial business in France. We will work with local management and staff to develop new products which create even more added-value to the aluminium produced there, both sustaining and creating high-value jobs. “We welcome our new colleagues in the knowledge and with pride that they will continue to supply our wheel manufacturing business who are themselves turning their own fortunes around. Together Liberty Aluminium Dunkerque and Liberty Wheels France symbolise our integrated supply chain and business model in action. What we now have is a further French car manufacturer being supplied with wheels ‘made in France’ made out of aluminium from our smelter also ‘made in France’. This is the best reminder, if we ever needed one, of why we chose to invest in France”. Managing Director of Liberty Aluminium Dunkerque, Guillaume de Goÿs, said: “Aluminium Dunkerque is very pleased to see the Liberty flag flying at our site. We are eager to play our role within the French supply chain, to support our customers and partners and through doing so, to become known as a Centre of Excellence for Aluminium. We have an ambitious programme to maximise the value of the aluminium we currently produce and to become a preferred supplier to the automotive and other growing industries in France. We’re looking forward to making that journey shoulder to shoulder with our Alliance partners and colleagues.” Speaking of the Ligier contract win, COO of Liberty Engineering Mainland Europe Philippe Baudon said: “Winning the contract to supply Ligier is a significant step for our Chateauroux site and for GFG in France. Since taking over the site last year, management and staff have all worked tirelessly to turn the site around – to implement the operational and cultural changes needed to make us more competitive and attract new customers. I am delighted that this hard work is starting to pay off – we know that we faced stiff competition from both Asia and eastern Europe for this deal and we know that our adaptability, technical expertise, competitiveness and proximity to Ligier’s own operations were all factors in this success. Work is already underway to start delivering Ligier’s first batch of French-made wheels in June as part of what I hope will be a close and ongoing partnership”.
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Source https://www.menaherald.com/en/economy/energy/gfg-alliance-welcomes-dunkerque-smelter-cornerstone-supply-chain-expansion-france
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UAE industrial giant sees milestone in $1.4bn Guinea mining project.

Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) has announced a milestone at its under-construction Guinea bauxite mining project as the first loaded train travelled from its subsidiary Guinea Alumina Corporation’s ( ......

  • United Arab Emirates
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 05 Feb 2019
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Description Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) has announced a milestone at its under-construction Guinea bauxite mining project as the first loaded train travelled from its subsidiary Guinea Alumina Corporation’s (GAC) mine to the coast. The 80-wagon train carried some 6,800 tonnes of bauxite ore from GAC’s mine to the company’s facilities at Kamsar in Guinea. The ore will be used to begin building a base-layer of bauxite at GAC’s new stockyard. First bauxite exports are expected during the second half of 2019. GAC has a total budgeted project cost of approximately $1.4 billion and is the largest greenfield investment in Guinea in the last four decades. GAC said it has completed rail loops, and spurs to connect its facilities to an existing nearby railway track that is used by other companies. GAC’s locomotives, which were made in the United States, and Chinese-made wagons, arrived in Guinea last year. The train took just under three hours to complete the 90 kilometre journey from the mine to the coast. Once the GAC project is fully-operational, up to six loaded bauxite trains a day are expected to make the journey from the mine to the port. Abdulla Kalban, managing director and CEO of EGA, said: "This milestone is the result of many thousands of hours of planning and teamwork in Guinea involving GAC, train operator Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinee, the owner of the existing rail infrastructure ANAIM, and other rail partners. "We are making good progress in Guinea, and look forward to first bauxite exports later in the year." Guinea is the world’s largest bauxite resource holder, and EGA’s project will contribute significantly to the country’s exports of the ore from which aluminum is derived. Bauxite from the GAC project will be sold to aluminium producers around the world. Once full ramp up is achieved, the GAC project is expected to produce some 12 million tonnes of bauxite per year. EGA is also building the UAE’s first alumina refinery at Al Taweelah in Abu Dhabi. The plant will refine bauxite into alumina, which is the feedstock for aluminum smelters.
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Source https://newsonprojects.com/news/uae-industrial-giant-sees-milestone-in-14bn-guinea-mining-project
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Phase 1 of US $2bn Sinohydro deal set to commence

Construction of phase one of the projects under the Sinohydro agreement between government of Ghana and Chinese company, Sinohydro Corporation Limited of China is set to commence soon at a cost of US ......

  • Ghana
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 29 Jan 2019
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Description Construction of phase one of the projects under the Sinohydro agreement between government of Ghana and Chinese company, Sinohydro Corporation Limited of China is set to commence soon at a cost of US $646m. Mr Kwasi Amoako-Attah, the Minister of Roads and Highways, confirmed the reports and said a total of 442 kilometers of roads will be constructed under the first phase which will begin by the first quarter of this year. Its important to take note that 70% of of the projects under the Sinohydro Bauxite Barter Arrangement has been allocated to the Roads and Highways Ministry for execution, which would involve the construction of roads, interchanges and bridges to ease traffic congestion and ensure free movement of goods and services. We will begin with construction of 10 major projects,” said Mr Amoako-Attah. Also Read:South Africa begins Holgaten trunk road improvement project Improving the road infrastructure in Ghana The roads that fall under phase one of the agreement include; 100-km Kumasi Inner City roads, Takoradi PTC Roundabout Dual Carriageway, 84-kilometre Accra Inner City roads, Tamale-Interchange and the Sunyani Inner City roads. The minister further added that the government will adopt smart, progressive and innovative methods to improve the road infrastructure in the country as well as contribute to the socio-economic development of our people. Phase 2 of the Sinohydro Agreement would start in June Mr Amoako said that that officials from Sinohydro and Ghana Highway Authority are touring the regions to familiarize themselves with the areas where the projects would be implemented. “My Ministry’s vision is to build a Ministry of Roads and Highways that can honor its financial obligations and where value for money is not compromised. I want to assure this nation that as the mangers of the roads sector we will do everything possible to deliver to the proud people of this country and build healthy infrastructure that is comparable to any infrastructure in the world and give value for money,” Mr Amoako-Attah emphasized. Sinohydro Bauxite Barter Arrangement The Bauxite Barter Arrangement was signed in 2017 between the government of Ghana and Sinohydro Corporation Limited of China. In the deal Sinohydro would implement various contracts for Ghana in exchange of five per cent of its refined bauxite (alumina/aluminium). The deal also states that Ghana has to settle their side of the deal in 15 years and in turn get US $2bn that would be used to build roads, bridges and other infrastructures. The government of Ghana intends to pay off the Chinese company with the money they receive after processing bauxite into raw product that sells at a higher value. The project has faced criticism by civil society organizations on the grounds that it will be mined beneath the forest posing environmental concerns. The Ghana Integrated Bauxite and Aluminum Development Corporation (GIBADC) was established to deal with environmental concerns of bauxite exploitation. The government of Ghana estimates a total reserve US $460bn of untapped bauxite
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Source https://constructionreviewonline.com/2019/01/phase-1-of-us-2bn-sinohydro-deal-set-to-commence/
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EU Outlines Trade Goal With U.S. in Bid to Bolster Truce

(Bloomberg) -- The European Union unveiled a blueprint for a free-trade deal with the U.S. that would cut tariffs on a wide range of industrial goods including cars in a bid to heal commercial ties. ......

  • United States
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 19 Jan 2019
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Description (Bloomberg) -- The European Union unveiled a blueprint for a free-trade deal with the U.S. that would cut tariffs on a wide range of industrial goods including cars in a bid to heal commercial ties. European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom asked EU governments on Friday in Brussels for the go-ahead to start negotiations on lowering trans-Atlantic commercial barriers, prodding U.S. President Donald Trump to reverse his protectionist stance. Her draft mandate includes the politically sensitive -- and economically important -- question of autos even though the U.S. has signaled resistance to having them covered by market-opening talks. Washington is investigating whether foreign vehicles pose a national-security threat and should face higher American duties. “We believe that a balanced and mutually beneficial agreement with the U.S. can be reached,” Malmstrom said in the Belgian capital. “We are prepared to put our vehicle tariffs on the negotiating tables as part of a broader agreement if the U.S. agrees to work together toward zero tariffs for all industrial goods.” Europe is determined to show progress in enacting a political accord reached at the White House six months ago to “work together toward zero tariffs, zero non-tariff barriers, and zero subsidies on non-auto industrial goods.” The July 25 pact between Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker put on hold the threat of U.S. tariffs on EU cars and auto parts that would be based on the same national-security grounds invoked for controversial American levies on foreign steel and aluminum. The metal duties as high as 25 percent prompted tit-for-tat retaliation by the EU, which has vowed a similar reaction to any U.S. automotive duties. A 25 percent U.S. tariff on foreign cars would add 10,000 euros ($11,394) to the sticker price of European vehicles imported into the country, according to the the commission, the EU’s executive arm. The current trans-Atlantic trade truce has held as U.S. commercial tensions with China have grown. Nonetheless, the cease-fire has appeared fragile because the Trump-Juncker accord includes ambiguities that have led to contradictory statements by officials on each side and signaled the underlying risk of a sudden escalation. Agricultural Tariffs Trump administration representatives have pushed to include agriculture in the scope of any agreement -- a stance rejected by the EU. Meanwhile, the European side has made the case for an accord that would cover cars. “When Juncker and Trump met, they said there is no scope to discuss agricultural goods and even at the time the talk was regarding industrial products,” commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen told reporters on Friday in Helsinki. “We’re also OK with negotiating over auto tariffs.” Back in Brussels, Malmstrom sought to bolster the EU case by saying the Trump administration’s own published objectives for talks with the bloc keeps the door open to the inclusion of cars. The EU’s argument on autos is propelled by political and legal considerations. A deal that included the sector would give Trump a chance to claim victory in leveling the playing field by ending higher EU import protection (the bloc imposes a 10 percent duty on American cars, while the U.S. applies a 2.5 percent levy on European autos). Such an agreement would also help meet the World Trade Organization’s rule that bilateral agreements among members cover “substantially all” two-way commerce. Pick-Up Trucks Some EU officials have speculated that the July accord’s wording on “non-auto industrial goods” reflected a desire by the Trump administration to maintain a prohibitive American tariff of 25 percent on foreign pick-up trucks. One in six passenger cars sold in the U.S. is a pick-up, with no imports into the country, according to the commission. Malmstrom signaled on Friday the EU would be prepared to let this U.S. import levy stay, saying “if there are sensitive individual products here like pick-ups, I’m sure that negotiators can find a solution.” The removal of trans-Atlantic tariffs on industrial goods would expand U.S. exports to the EU by 13 percent and the bloc’s shipments to the American market by 10 percent, according to the commission. The average tariff on non-farm products is 4.2 percent in the EU and 3.1 percent in the U.S., the commission said. Malmstrom on Friday also sought permission from EU governments to reach an agreement with the U.S. on “conformity assessment,” part of a parallel push for deeper regulatory cooperation.
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Source https://www.bloombergquint.com/politics/eu-outlines-trade-goal-with-u-s-in-bid-to-bolster-cease-fire#gs.LnDLlFJ7
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EIFFAGE WINS A CONTRACT WORTH 84 MILLION EUROS

(AOF) - Eiffage, through its subsidiary Eiffage Construction, will build the ComUnity office building in Bezons, the first operation in France of the Belgian developer Atenor, for a total of nearly 84 ......

  • France
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 03 Dec 2018
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Description (AOF) - Eiffage, through its subsidiary Eiffage Construction, will build the ComUnity office building in Bezons, the first operation in France of the Belgian developer Atenor, for a total of nearly 84 million euros . This project, with a floor area of ??33,800 square meters, will be carried out by Eiffage Construction as a general contractor, together with Goyer, a subsidiary of the Eiffage group specializing in the design and implementation of aluminum and glass facades. Signed Hervé Metge (SRA Architectures), assisted by SOM for the façades, the building ComUnity is composed of 7 levels of superstructure, on 3 levels of basement with use of parking (563 places) and technical premises. The delivery of works, lasting 33 months, is scheduled for June 2021. AOF - LEARN MORE Strengths of value - European leader in construction and concessions; - Group organized into 4 branches: construction, infrastructure (road, civil engineering), energy (electrical engineering, climate, mechanics and process automation) and, lastly, concessions (motorway and railway infrastructure works, for 8% of revenues); - Mainly European establishment, France weighing 79% of turnover, € 15 billion, ahead of the rest of Europe; - Second French and third European motorway concessions, very well-rounded, resilient and recurrent activities, with notably Autoroutes Paris-Rhin-Rhône (APPR), AREA and ADELAC; - Visibility of the business, with an order book almost equal to the annual turnover, reinforced by the gains of works in Greater Paris; - Budget constraints in European countries favorable to concession and PPP projects (Public / Private Partnership), very profitable for the group (18% of revenues but 77% of operating profit); - Winning State Relations for Dealers; - Strong corporate culture and strong employee shareholding; - Strong increase in the 2017 dividend. Weaknesses in value - Very high exposure to France where 80% of turnover and 90% of operating profit are still generated; - Sensitivity of the infrastructure division to decreases in public spending and low level of operating margin; - In construction in France, risk of a slowdown in activity with the decline in public aid and less access to property; - In the concessions branch, a rise in cash flow limited by the weight of the Macquarie minority (50% stake); - High diversities of margins between construction, infrastructure, energy (less than 5%) and concessions (48%). How to follow the value - Part of activity sensitive to economic conditions, interest rates (cost of credit) and climate (more or less conducive to the launch of construction sites); - Stock market sensitivity to the statements of the competitor Vinci; - Towards acquisitions of technological niches, amounting to € 1 billion; - Expectations of projects in Africa and Germany; - In France, continuation of the increase in the tariff on motorways, the resumption of construction and the growth of works in the energy sector; - In the United Kingdom, speculation about obtaining the London-Birmingham high-speed rail contract; - After a 6.5% increase in revenues in the first quarter, target 2018 for growth in activity and results; - Non-opable value, employees holding more than 21% of the capital, before the BPI (5.7% of the capital). Construction - Construction The ELAN ("Evolution of Housing and Digital Development") Act aims to reform housing policy in order to rationalize and reduce construction costs and increase housing sales. Two flagship articles of this bill (articles 25 to 34) aim to reform HLMs, notably that social landlords (more than 700 today) are grouped together in entities that own at least 15,000 housing units. . Nevertheless, this law raises concerns, especially from architects. Some have launched the collective "Ambition Housing" and are trying to mobilize against this law, which would threaten the quality of housing. Several measures are criticized as the limitation of the mission of the architects or a stronger control allocated to the construction companies.
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Source https://www.capital.fr/entreprises-marches/eiffage-decroche-un-contrat-de-84-millions-deuros-1314976

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