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European leader in the hydroalcoholic gel market, the Anios group needed to increase its production of hydroalcoholic gel to meet the high demand during the COVID-19 crisis. To ensure the supply of health structures, the Sanghin-en-Mélantois plant located in the North of France, has been running 24/7 to produce 300,000 litres of hydroalcoholic gel in the last weeks. This hydroalcoholic gel is produced on the production units supplied by our teams, who have been supporting the Anios Group since the creation of the Sainghin-en-Mélantois plant in 2005.
By adapting to the consequences of the massive spread of the Coronavirus / Covid-19, our dual objective is to secure our teams across the world and to guarantee business continuity with our customers and partners. Our teams remain mobilized. In Asia, they are 100% operational, in Europe and in the Americas, some of them work remotely, through homeoffice and the use of collaborative tools, the others work in the workshop or on site when the need is essential.
Boccard is pleased to announce the integration of OPTIM TECHNOLOGIES, located in Voiron in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France. ; and expands its global offer by developing its expertise in the field of deconstruction. Building on its 18 years of expertise and technological know-how, in particular in the nuclear industry, OPTIM TECHNOLOGIES is an innovative company specialising in the design and manufacture of high added- value special purpose machines for hostile and confined environments.
Postponement of WNE 2020 to the second half of 2020 World Nuclear Exhibition (WNE), an influential event whose success is intrinsically linked to its international dimension, has been postponed to the second half of 2020. The circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic, related decisions made by exhibitors’ home countries, global uncertainty about when the health crisis would end and questions from exhibitors and partners led Reed Expositions France and GIFEN to the conclusion that major players of the world nuclear sector would not be able to participate fully, and therefore to postpo