Segula Technologies, a rapidly-growing global engineering group, has announced that it has today acquired Activetech, a French company that specialises in plastics processing.
Its activity is particularly focused on the development of interiors (dashboards, door panels, central consoles, seat housings, etc.) and fuel circuits, the design of parts (including 3D printing), and the industrialisation and creation of prototypes.
Activetech – which also works in the aerospace, household appliance and connected object sectors – is located in Caen, Lille, Lyon (France) and Casablanca (Morocco). It employs 84 people.
Franck Vigot, President of the Automotive Department at Segula Technologies, said: “Combining Activetech‘s know-how with the plastics processing skills developed by our group shows our willingness to continue to strengthen our position as a key engineering specialist for automotive suppliers. To support them, we have capitalised on our recognised ability to design products from A to Z, and more broadly to lead complex turnkey projects all over the world“.
“Integrated into our dynamic Automotive activities, Activetech‘s skills will gain momentum and show their success over time“, added Franck Vigot.
With its strong growth, Segula Technologies is currently pursuing an active acquisitions policy. In 2017 alone, it has strengthened its presence in the automobile engineering industry in the USA, China, Sweden, Germany and Austria.
The group was assisted by Arka Finance throughout the acquisition process.