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Gérard d’ABOVILLE, Président du Conseil Supérieur de la Navigation de Plaisance : Lieu de rencontre, de réflexion et de proposition, le CMF démontre que les activités maritimes sont étroitement liées. Chacune bénéficie de la promotion que le Cluster apporte au fait maritime français.
Michel BELLION, Délégué national de la filière Mer : La mobilité professionnelle au sein du maritime ne se décrète pas, elle nécessite une dynamique, des décloisonnements, des pratiques d'entraide, en somme ces vertus que porte le Cluster Maritime Français.
Philippe BERTEROTTIERE, PDG de GTT : Rassemblant des entités différentes ayant en commun les enjeux maritimes, le Cluster réussit un tour de force : montrer que la France a un atout majeur qui ne demande qu’à se développer encore plus.
Patrick BOISSIER, PDG de DCNS : Depuis 7 ans maintenant, le CMF est la voix de la France maritime. Cette voix doit être de plus en plus forte pour convaincre que la mer est un extraordinaire réservoir de croissance pour notre pays.
Philippe BOISSON, Président de l’Association Française de Droit Maritime : Le CMF a réussi le pari de réunir sous une même bannière les acteurs de la France maritime dans sa globalité. Continuons de soutenir son action pour être mieux entendu auprès des politiques et des medias.
Laurent CASTAING, Directeur Général de STX France : Le Cluster c’est d’abord une bande de professionnels passionnés et respectueux de la mer, convaincus de son importance économique pour notre futur, et qui veulent que la France y porte plus attention.
Thibault de FOUCHIER, Expert Maritime et Financier, S2F Navispec : Depuis l’origine, notre groupe a fondé son développement sur l’esprit de partenariat qui est l’esprit même du Cluster pour élaborer des actions qui portent efficacement notre industrie vers l’avenir.
Philippe FOURRIER, Président d’ILAGO : Le CMF c’est une équipe disponible, efficace et passionnée. Le travail déjà abattu est considérable, et la tâche l’est tout autant : souhaitons une longue vie au Cluster, dans notre intérêt à tous !
Jean-Michel GERMA, Président de SOPER : Le CMF c’est l’alliance des talents du maritime et de l’énergie pour lancer la filière éolienne offshore, et déjà mobilisés pour le développement des EMR et l’aventure du stockage de l’énergie en mer.
Alain HOUARD, VP Marine & Offshore de Dassault Systemes : Temps historiques pour l'industrie navale : la mer crée de vraies opportunités de business. Nous soutenons activement le CMF qui renforce la position de la France face à la concurrence internationale.
Christian LEFEVRE, Directeur Général de BOURBON : Le CMF œuvre pour que la France maritime reste compétitive et que les centres de décision des entreprises puissent continuer à gérer leurs opérations à l’international depuis leur base française.
Philippe LOUIS-DREYFUS, PDG de LOUIS-DREYFUS ARMATEURS : Le CMF a joué un rôle majeur dans la (re)connaissance des activités maritimes, outils essentiels du développement durable. La société et les politiques voient la mer d'un œil neuf. Merci au Cluster !
Frédéric MONCANY DE SAINT AIGNAN, Président de la Fédération Française des Pilotes Maritimes : Les acteurs, les enjeux, les richesses en mer sont multiples. Pour une vraie ambition maritime, des échanges transversaux créant des synergies sont indispensables aux intérêts nationaux. C’est ça le CMF !
Bruno NICOLAS, Directeur Général de VINCI Energies France : Initiative originale à sa création, le CMF est devenu l’organisation française de référence des acteurs du maritime. Plus qu’un lieu d’échanges c’est un centre d’actions créateur de nouvelles opportunités.
Jérôme PECRESSE, Président d’ALSTOM Renewable Power : Au nom d’Alstom, acteur majeur des EMR et membre actif du Cluster depuis 2010, je salue la contribution décisive du CMF au développement d’une filière en devenir et lui renouvelle toute ma confiance.
Pascal PIRIOU, PDG du Groupe PIRIOU : Le CMF est la voix du secteur maritime français, dont tous les acteurs ont enfin trouvé le moyen pour que leur voix porte, loin et fort, notamment auprès des Pouvoirs Publics, et c'est fondamental.
Jean-Marie POIMBOEUF, Président du GICAN et Vice-président du CORICAN : Depuis sa création, le CMF a un rôle de vigie dans un monde toujours plus complexe : espace de dialogue, de réflexion et de promotion, c’est tout le maritime qui bénéficie des synergies ainsi créées.
Jean-Bernard RAOUST, PDG de BRS : Pari gagné ! En 7 ans, le CMF, entité représentative, respectée et écoutée, a créé une communauté maritime active pour mettre en valeur ses savoir-faire et affronter ensemble les défis économiques.
Amiral Bernard ROGEL, Chef d’Etat-major de la Marine nationale : La stratégie française de défense et sécurité intègre désormais les enjeux maritimes. Le CMF a un rôle clé pour expliquer ces enjeux et leurs évolutions. Ce qui se passe en mer est vital pour notre avenir.
Gérard ROMITI, Président du Comité National des Pêches Maritimes et des Elevages Marins : Le secteur de la pêche est bien décidé à relever les différents enjeux maritimes du 21e Siècle. La solidarité mais aussi les synergies transversales développées par le Cluster sont à ce titre précieuses.
Philippe VALLETTE, Directeur Général de NAUSICAA : En cette époque d’émergence de la Blue Society, le soutien du Cluster est plus que jamais indispensable à la mobilisation du monde maritime, afin de croire au progrès durable et de réussir, tous ensemble.
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Shipbuilding and repair

The French shipbuilding and repair industry employs around 42,000 people directly and is ranked 6th in the world and 2nd in Europe in the global civil and military market.

This industry offers skills and technologies that often extend beyond the "shipbuilding" niche, while a large part of its revenue comes from exports, due partly to a shrinking domestic market, but also to its capacity to innovate.

 

A versatile and innovative industry

The success of France in this industry is due to the adaptable quality of the human resources, their capacity for innovation (an area in which the French shipbuilding industry has a leading edge) and its business efficiency. Contrary to Asian shipyards, French shipyards are specialised in building the most complex, high value-added units: cruise liners and other passenger vessels, frigates and power projection warships, support vessels and submarines. This expertise is also deployed in offshore sectors, particularly marine renewable energy. French shipyards and equipment suppliers build all kinds of sophisticated vessels up to 400 m in length.

A growing export-orientated systems integration industry

A large ship is like a small town! On a ship under construction, a large number of products and parts are brought in and ἀtted on board. This is called systems integration. The subcontractors and equipment or service suppliers are located throughout France, but mainly on the coast.Without this network, there could be no shipbuilding industry.

To support it the Shipbuilding Industry Strategy Committee (co-led by the Ministry of Industrial Recovery and by France's shipbuilding industry body GICAN) has initiated and promoted the launch of the large “Océans21” project, aimed at strengthening the SMEs and mid-tier companies of the industry. The regions and local clusters also have a dominant role in sustaining and bolstering shipbuilding and related activities, in both the domestic and export markets.

 GICAN (FreNcH MariNe iNdustry group)

GICAN is the professional group representing the French naval and maritime industry. GICAN members are involved in naval defence, maritime security, safety and environment, and commercial shipbuilding. As a result, the organization is supported by the French Ministry of Defence, the French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, and the French General Secretary of the Sea. GICAN has 172 member companies. They include not only key prime contractors, system integrators and equipment providers but also Small and Medium Industries (SMI) involved in naval, cruise or mercantile shipbuilding and ship repair. The group as a whole has a 6 billion euro turnover and is responsible for more than 42,000 jobs.

GICAN brings together the skills of all of its members. It is responsible for their promotion in France and abroad, their strategic positioning within Europe, and recognition of the high technology which characterizes the industry. GICAN represents the naval sector in public and international bodies. GICAN is also partner of the Euronaval and Euromaritime exhibitions.

www.gican.asso.fr

 

The leaders in shipbuilding

DCNS

DCNS believes that the sea is this planet’s future. DCNS is inventing high-tech solutions to sustainably secure and develop its potential. DCNS is a world leader in naval defence and an innovative player in energy.

The group’s success as an advanced technology company with global reach is built on meeting customer needs by deploying exceptional know-how and unique industrial resources. DCNS designs, builds and supports submarines and surface combatants. It also provides services for naval shipyards and bases.

Last but not least, DCNS offers a range of solutions in civil nuclear engineering and marine renewable energy. DCNS is committed to sustainable development and was one of the first defence contractors to win group-wide certification to ISO 14001. In recognition of the success achieved by its DCNS Develops Talent knowledge sharing programme, DCNS was awarded the National award for corporate citizenship under the patronage of the Speaker of the French Senate. The group employs 13,000 people and generates annual revenues of € 2.6 billion.

www.dcnsgroup.com

STX France

STX France SA is a large shipbuilding group majority owned (66.6%) by STX Europe (a subsidiary of the Korean group STX Offshore and Shipbuilding), with a minority stake (33.4%) held by the French government. Its two shipyards at Saint-Nazaire and Lorient possess the industrial expertise and facilities for designing and building a wide range of sophisticated vessels including passenger ships, warships and specialised vessels, as well as complex marine installations.

Especially active in Research and Development, STX France, via its programme ECORIZON®, provides its customers with innovative technical solutions for vessels offering greater economy and a reduced environmental footprint.For several years, STX France and its subsidiary STX France Solutions have been expanding into offshore energy markets: oil and gas fossil fuels and marine renewable energy.

Foundations and metal structures, offshore electricity sub-stations, service and installation vessels, marine energy generation structures and systems, and offshore accommodation platforms are all currently either in the design stage or form part of development projects.STX France Solutions on the other hand provides engineering services in both shore and offshore infrastructure markets, and has an important subsidiary in Brazil.Finally, through its Services business, STX France provides in-service ship maintenance and retroἀt operations (civil and military).

www.stxeurope.com

CMN

Constructions Mécaniques de Normandie, a privately owned shipyard located in Cherbourg, France, employs around 375 people.

CMN designs and builds vessels in steel, aluminium alloy or composite material.CMN is the sole European fast attack craft builder to provide, either through its own staff or through the various other companies of the Group: 

•     design and integration of weapon systems,

•     expertise in Stealth design, studies of RCS,  EMI / EMC,

•     integrated Logistic Support - ILS (SIJ - Sir Joseph Isherwood LTD),

•     training of crews and maintenance technicians (CMN Support Services Ltd),

•     the CMN Group is fully experienced in assisting overseas countries by Transferring Technology to develop their own naval shipbuilding and maintenance capacities.

www.cmn-goup.com

Piriou

•    Sales of 112 million Euros in 2012,

•    388 ships built,

•     8 companies, located in France (5), Poland, Nigeria and Vietnam,

•    1,000 people in the world.

Half a century of experience and continued growth has made Piriou a specialist in shipbuilding and
ship repair for medium-sized ships with high added value.

Thanks to high-performance engineering, combined with the worldwide locations of industrial sites, Piriou can provide complete customised solutions, from the design and construction of ships to in-service maintenance.

Piriou has delivered 384 ships since 1965 to 26 countries, whether designed for the small-scale or industrial ἀshing industry, for passenger or cargo transport, as tugs, offshore oil service boats or dredgers, or vessels for scientiἀc research, State activity at sea, river navigation, rescue at sea or anti-pollution work. Each ship is unique because Piriou takes account of the constraints imposed by the sea to design and deliver a perfectly adapted work tool.

www.piriou.com

Ship repair and maintenance

Atlantic Refit Center

 

Cegelec is a subsidiary of Vinci Energies, an international group with a turnover of €36 billion and employing 190,000 people. Present in some thirty countries, Cegelec designs, installs and maintains systems or subsystems in industry, infrastructure and the service sector. With a wide range of skills and a unique international presence, the group is active in the maritime sector. In particular: multi-technical works on submarines; protection of critical infrastructures on land, at sea and on ships; general  maintenance of port and naval infrastructures; in-service support for patrol boats, surveillance frigates, Batral class light transport and landing craft, etc.

www.atlanticrefitcenter.com

Cegelec

Cegelec is a subsidiary of Vinci Energies, an international group with a turnover of €36 billion and employing 190,000 people. Present in some thirty countries, Cegelec designs, installs and maintains systems or subsystems in industry, infrastructure and the service sector. With a wide range of skills and a unique international presence, the group is active in the maritime sector.

In particular: multi-technical works on submarines; protection of critical infrastructures on land, at sea and on ships; general  maintenance of port and naval infrastructures; in-service support for patrol boats, surveillance frigates, Batral class light transport and landing craft, etc.

www.cegelec.fr

 

Damen Arno Dunkerque

Damen Arno Dunkerque is the only operator for ship repair and conversion in the port of Dunkirk (3rd largest French port). Its resources include: Permanent ‘in house’ highly qualified labour and staff of 160. A significant industrial environment of capable and specialised subcontractors. 70% of the Damen Arno Dunkerque shipyard’s activity is international. Damen Arno Dunkerque is certified ISO 9001: 2008 and is certified GTT for membrane LNG carriers.

www.arno-dk.com 

 Damen Shiprepair Brest

Damen Shiprepair Brest is a well-established repair yard with modern facilities. It has three graven dry-docks and a number of repair berths. The largest dry-dock measures 420 x 80 meters and is one of the biggest in Europe, allowing the yard to accommodate almost any ship in the world. The shipyard offers a broad range of services for any vessel type, including LNG tankers, oil tankers, semi-submersibles, shuttle tankers, FPSO’s, offshore construction vessels, jack-up rigs, ro-ro vessels and ferries. The highly skilled workforce is particularly well-known for its LNG tanker expertise.

www.damenshiprepairbrest.com

 Eiffel Industrie Marine

Located in the heart of a region recognised for its expertise in shipbuilding and ship repair, Eiffel Industrie Marine is a highly skilled operator in project management for the shipping industry:•

     studies for the integration and assembly of machinery on new ships,

•     complete ship ἀtting at dockside or in dry dock, scheduled maintenance work and breakdown repairs,

•     ship refitting, conversion and integration of new equipment,

•     expertise and repairs on board and at sea in France and abroad.

 

Subcontractors and equipment suppliers :

 ADTS

Technical expertise and tailor-made solutions: a specialist in marine valves and pipe ἀttings. ADTS is a French consulting and trading company.Surrounded by well-known partners, ADTS guides its customers through the process of designing and ἀnalising their new projects and maintaining their equipment.

ADTS serves and supplies repair yards, ship owners, fuelers and maintenance companies, guaranteeing a first class service.

ADTS' strenghts:

•     technical expertise and know-how on a wide range of products,

•    innovative and up-to-date solutions,

•    long-term support and follow-up,

•     a personalized comprehensive approach to solve the most diverse and complex problems: qualifications, deadlines, certifications, warranties…

www.adts-technicalsupplies.com

 Bretagne Pôle Naval

The BPN association has 115 members from naval, marine renewable energy and offshore oil and gas sectors. These three sectors of excellence represent the skills of more than 15,000 employees in the Brittany region.Present on the whole value chain, from design to maintenance, the association’s members include shipyards, project managers, engineering and design companies, equipment suppliers, and all related services.BPN has one goal: To contribute to the economic development of companies by:

•     developing and promoting synergies and partnerships between its members,

•     establishing relationships between companies and customers,

•     developing skills, providing support and advising members on employment, training and legal aspects.

 Contributing to the improvement and adaptation of port industrial infrastructures, BPN provides packaged offers that meet high French and international standards.

www.bretagnepolenaval.org

 Ciranoe

CIRANOE, the holding company of Jean-Pierre Le Goff, operates in the maritime ἀeld through two subsidiaries: MAURIC, a very well known naval architect and engineering office, and SIBIRIL Technologies, a naval shipyard specialized in 12m to 20m meter long composite boats, with its prestigious professional references such as SNSM and Harbour Pilots.

 

GE  Power Conversion

GE’s Power Conversion business applies the science and systems of power conversion to help drive the electrification of the world’s energy infrastructure by designing and delivering advanced motor, drive and control technologies that move today’s industrial processes toward a cleaner, more productive future. Serving specialized sectors such as energy, marine, oil and gas, renewables and industry through customized solutions and advanced technologies, GE Power Conversion partners with customers to maximize efἀciency.In the marine sector, Power Conversion supplies advanced technologies in power generation and distribution, electric propulsion, power management, vessel automation, dynamic positioning and control systems to offshore, merchant and naval marine markets.

www.gepowerconversion.com

 D2M Engineering

For more than twenty years, d2m has been a leading French company, specialising in naval architecture for merchant and defence vessels, and also in marine engineering, in services for ship owners and in marine renewable energy systems.

This fully independent company provides assistance to ship operators, oil & gas companies and engineering and offshore companies throughout their new build or conversion investment projects.The d2m group employs around 90 engineers.

In 2012, its turnover amounted to 12 million Euros and is steadily increasing: d2m provides engineering studies and construction supervision to numerous major international customers through its affiliates and partners.d2m works on the initial concept and deἀnition of ships and platforms (forms, stability, structural design, propulsion, marine systems, living quarters, weight reports,...) as well as on classification aspects.

d2m is capable of meeting very diverse needs throughout the design and construction stages, and also throughout the ship’s entire life cycle, on maintenance, modifications or conversions. d2m also offers special expertise in safety and security aspects and in operating cost reduction using methods and tools developed internally to bring solutions to ship owners.

www.d2m-group.com  

 DGA Techniques hydrodynamiques

DGA Hydrodynamics is the test and evaluation center of the DGA (Direction Générale de l’Armement) and specialises in naval hydrodynamics and hydroacoustics, and in the evaluation of the behaviour of ship’s hulls in waves and of submarine trajectories. DGA Hydrodynamics also designs propellers for submarines, surface ships and other equipment, evaluates them and qualiἀes their designs. The centre uses numerical and high performance model test facilities (B600 and GTH), often unique in their capabilities. DGA Hydrodynamics carries out ship instrumentation for sea trial measurements and for in-service monitoring. 

www.defense.gouv.fr/sites/dga

 

 Fouré Lagadec Marine

In 2003, Fouré Lagadec acquired the business of ACH Engineering and created a Marine Department (FL Marine) in order to pursue a 90 year old tradition.

A group employing around 2,000 people worldwide, Fouré Lagadec focuses its core activities on industrial metal fabrication and industrial maintenance. Within this group, FL Marine specialises in the design, sale and maintenance of complex assemblies for the shipbuilding industry.

The Marine Department operates its new construction activity by relying on feedback from the maintenance of existing equipment. The varied skills available within the company enable it to provide complete solutions, including pre-project, design, assembly and follow-up of installations, involving all trades.

www.fourelagadec.com

 Gaztransport et Technigaz

GTT is a French engineering company specialising in membrane containment systems for Liqueἀed Natural Gas (LNG) containment and storage.

The three main areas of expertise are LNG carriers, offshore structures and land storage tanks.With more than 90% of the on-order world LNG carrier fleet equipped with its technologies, GTT is a recognized world leader.

Its expertise and ability to innovate to meet customer requirements and international regulations allow GTT also to provide solutions for the whole LNG chain:  use of LNG as a fuel for sea-going vessels, distribution by feeder or barge.

www.gtt.fr

Groupe Hervé

Present in France and Switzerland for four decades, the diversified and complementary businesses of the HERVE Group are organised around three core activities: Energy Services, Industry and Digital Technology, which work together to provide one of the most original and coherent service offers on the market.

Its naval activities are represented by the companies SMCN, CTL, Chouteau Atlantique and Métalform which are partners with ship and submarine builders with specialities in hull and structural assembly and fluid networks. These companies also operate in sheet metal working, offshore welding in steel, aluminium and stainless steel, and marine quality bespoke metalworking.    

www.groupeherve.com

Honeywell Marine

Honeywell Marine is part of Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) and is specialized in the production and sale of precision level measurement systems for marine applications, a market in which it has built a substantial share in recent years. It has a production and service facility in Bourges.

Sales are handled and supported by a network of distributors and agents all around the world, together with teams of company’s specialists based in key countries for the marine industry. Honeywell Marine SAS offers full automated tank gauging solutions for cargo, ballast and service tanks incl. monitoring of temperature and inert gas.

As a proven leader in the marine equipment industry the company has the capability to offer complete system engineering, equipment, installation, commissioning and support solutions anywhere in the world.

Type of solutions:

•    cargo tanks level measurement systems,

•    safety, overἀll and gas detection systems,

•     wide range of sensors for tank gauging and safety control.

www.honeywellmarine.com

HydrOcean

HydrOcean offers design support in the marine field, with the use of innovative numerical simulation tools capable of accurately simulating the most simple to the most complex hydrodynamic phenomena.

Through a complete digital test tank, HydrOcean provides evaluation and optimisation of hydrodynamic and aerodynamic performances and a trim optimisation service allowing reduced fuel consumption without any hull modiἀcation. HydrOcean’s expertise covers resistance, selfpropulsion, manoeuvring and seakeeping.

Neopolia Marine Solutions

“Nepolia Marine” is a cluster of 40 companies from the Pays de la Loire region, specialising in shipbuilding and ship repair (aluminium and steel) for commercial development and improvement of performances. This cluster contains highly experienced companies possessing all the technology necessary for the construction of all types of vessels between 20 and 60 meters.

Neopolia Marine offers a synergy of all skills, recourse to the expertise of specialists, compliance with the constraints of coordination, and overall management of technical and ἀnancial projects. For this, the cluster relies on the expert services of a specialised technical and commercial engineer, who works closely with customers in their projects and thereby promotes the development of the member companies.

www.neopolia-marine.com

Nexter Electronics

Nexter Electronics, a Nexter group subsidiary, is an expert in embedded electronic systems operating in harsh environments. A company with long experience in the design, implementation and operational maintenance of embedded equipment in land defence systems, Nexter Electronics implements a range of innovative, competitive and sustainable solutions developed for system and on-board network control (from solid state power controllers to Safety Integrated Level computers and fuel cell generators).

http://www.nexter-group.fr/fr/filiales/nexter-electronics 

Palfinger France

Part of the Vincent Group and leader in the French classic loader cranes market, Palἀnger France also handles sales and service (spare parts / on-site support) for Palfinger Marine’s business units such as:

•     Palflnger Marine [Marine Cranes]

•     Palflnger Dreggen [Offshore and Marine Cranes]

•     Palflnger Wind [Wind Cranes]2012 :

•     67.8 million euros of turnover,

•     1,137 cranes sold,

•     29 distributors and 89 customer service locations.Palἀnger Marine is the leading global manufacturer of highly reliable, innovative and customized marine, offshore and wind cranes as well as launch and recovery systems.

For more than ten years, Palfinger Wind has produced wind cranes for nacelles, platforms and substations/accommodation platforms and is present on the main European wind farms.

www.palfinger.fr

Prüftechnik France

The French subsidiary of international group Prüftechnik AG (world leader in the laser optical alignment industry), Prüftechnik France specialises in preventive maintenance and offers the following services:

•     shaft alignment and geometrical measurements by laser optical,

•    propeller shaft torque measurement,

•     online particle distribution counter monitoring wear debris in oil,

•     vibration analysis by portable systems or monitoring systems,

•    vibration analysis by telemonitoring.

www.pruftechnik.fr

 

Saft

Saft is a world leader in the design and manufacture of advanced technology batteries for industry. The group is the world’s leading manufacturer of nickel batteries and primary lithium batteries for the industrial infrastructure and processes, transportation, civil and military electronics markets.

Saft is the world leader in space and defence batteries with its Li-ion technologies which are also being deployed in the energy storage, transportation and telecommunication markets. Saft’s 4,000 employees present in 19 countries, its 16 manufacturing sites and extensive sales network all contribute to accelerating the group’s growth for the future.

www.saftbatteries.com

SAMES Technologies

65 years of know-how, innovation and customer assistance have given SAMES a solid international reputation for performance and quality in electrostatic spraying.SAMES develops and installs automated and robotic application solutions for paint, sealants, thick or fluid products for automotive, general industry, wind, oil, plastic or shipbuilding markets.

SAMES provides its customers with complete solutions, from pumps to product application systems.Each customer is able to match the quality of ἀnish required on its production lines anywhere in the world, thanks to SAMES expertise and support.

www.sames.com

Verhaaren NavalArchitects

Founded in 2004, Verhaaren Naval Architects is an independent naval architecture and ship design studio which focuses on projects for commercial vessels, naval vessels or yachts, from 20 m to more than 100 m, fast or slow. It also offers consulting services, project management, supervision of construction, and technical and regulatory monitoring of vessels and fleets. It is also involved in hydrostatic and hydrodynamic research.

Based in France, Verhaaren Naval Architects has developed its expertise from long experience in design acquired in several shipyards, in France and abroad, thus guaranteeing the reliability of its projects.

www.tvan-france.fr

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