Egis dans les médias

02 May 2017

 

The Next Level: Ashraf Al-Garf, Projacs

Ashraf Al Garf, CEO of Projacs, says the merger with French giant Egis will take the regional project management specialist to new heights.

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10 November 2016

 

Group Egis celebrates 20-year anniversary of presence in Ukraine

As a result of two decades of activities in Ukraine with more than 40 projects successfully implemented, the Egis Group management has unanimously decided that Ukraine remains for Egis a country of investment in its widest sense of the term, a country that despite the economic difficulties and recent political events shows obvious examples of its ability to develop, implement necessary changes and move towards the European vector of the economy.

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09 March 2016

 

Denis Sassou Nguesso, President of the Republic of Congo inaugurated the Route Nationale 1 (National Road No. 1) linking Brazzaville

After 8 years of construction works, the Route Nationale 1 linking Brazzaville to Pointe-Noire in Congo was inaugurated on Tuesday 1 March 2016, in the presence of the President of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou Nguesso, and several government ministers. As delegate project manager, Egis supervised all of the studies and construction works of this major project.

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09 March 2016

 

Egis grabs a new contract from Vindhyachal Expressway Private Limited on the National Highway 7

Egis has awarded a new contract for operation and maintenance services for Vindhyachal Expressway Private Limited on the National Highway 7.

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25 February 2016

 

Egis celebrates new era in Indo-French relations with Leadership Summit

Egis in India is an integrated engineering and operation company that offers the dual advantage of French expertise and experience in integrated infrastructure development in over 100 countries. Its knowledge of more than two decades and understanding of the Indian markets make Egis the most suited company to offer end-to-end infrastructure solutions for a global India.

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12 November 2015

 

Trilateral Highway connecting India- Myanmar-Thailand

This century clearly belongs to Asia. Consider the growing market size and the growth potential of China and India that have earned them a position at the centre of the Asian century. These two countries have tripled their share of their global economy.

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14 August 2015

 

Much more than a remote possibility

Alan Corner, Director Middle East for aviation consultancy Helios, shares his views about the concept of remote towers applying to the Middle-East.

Arabian Aerospace, August 2015

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08 July 2015

 

Egis capitalises on African advantage - IHS Airport360

In an interview by IHS, Nicolas Jachiet, Chairman and CEO of Egis, talks about the African air transport market and the activity of Egis in Africa.

Egis claims 50 years of experience in the African airport sector, partly via companies it acquired and runs as Egis Airport Operation. This business is involved in running 14 airports worldwide, five of which are in Francophone Africa: Libreville, Gabon since 1988; Abidjan, Ivory Coast since 1995; plus Brazzaville, Pointe Noire and Ollombo in the Republic of the Congo since 2010.

20 May 2015

 

Egis Chairman Nicolas Jachiet Discusses the Firm's Focus on India - Engineering News Record

In an interview by the ENR, Nicolas Jachiet refers to the commitment of the Egis Group in India to bring a "high-value engineering" in the upcoming projects such as the smart cities and the two metro projects in Chennai and Kochi in South India.

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26 November 2014

 

Macedonian Health Minister Presents "Free Health Care Zones" Concept in France – Independent.mk

Macedonia's Health Minister Nikola Todorov begins a three day visit to France on Wednesday, where he will promote the concept of creating free healthcare investment zones in Macedonia. The concept will invite leading international healthcare providers to open hospitals in Macedonia that will be aimed at offering services to foreign citizens, and for educational purposes. Todorov will also meet with the manager of the EGIS International Group, to present the concept of free economic zones and the investment possibility. The group has worked on many projects that include construction of healthcare facilities.

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