In its “Vision 2027” strategic plan, Ingerop has set itself the ambition of developing new services in the industrial sector in order to play an active part in the reindustrialisation of France.
As part of France 2030 investment plan, worth more than €50 billion, the French government is aiming to recover France’s position at the forefront in certain industrial sectors and invest in sustainable development for a green, low-carbon industry.
As an engineering and consultancy company, Ingerop helps its industrial clients to be more efficient, in particular by developing low-carbon industrial processes and products.
An acquisition in line with Ingerop’s development strategy
The integration of Deltaedre Engineering in the Ingerop Group will contribute to Ingerop’s development strategy. It will enable the Group to consolidate its skills in the process engineering sector, but also to benefit from its expertise in the use of industrial software.
By joining the Ingerop Grand Ouest regional team of 160 employees, Deltaedre Engineering will strengthen the industrial process team from Ingerop’s offices in Bordeaux.
Founded in 2008 near Toulouse, DeltaEdre Engineering specialises in the engineering of material transformation processes, from design to validation of the industrial process.
Deltaedre Engineering has worked with several major players in the fine chemicals, agri-food, green energy and pharmaceutical industries, including Michelin at its Bassens site, which specialises in the manufacture of synthetic elastomers, Guerbet, a pioneer in diagnostic imaging, and Euralis, an agricultural cooperative group