Eiffage Énergie Systèmes bought the Belgian company Solufak in December. This acquisition has enabled Eiffage Énergie Systèmes to consolidate its market position and aim for Europe-wide development. Set up in 2012, Solufak – which has 23 employees and achieved revenue of almost €8 million in 2019 – provides a wide range of solutions, such as wireless presentation systems, digital signage, video walls, unified communications and streaming. Its customers include Thon Hotels, commercial real estate specialist CBRE and a number of major telecoms groups.
Moreover, Irelem – a leading French player in the audiovisual integration market – which has 37 employees and achieved revenue of €12 million in 2019, joined Eiffage Énergie Systèmes last October. This acquisition has enabled to supplement its range of services and step up its regional presence. Specialised in the design, installation and maintenance of audiovisual equipment for all kinds of professional spaces, Irelem provides turnkey solutions for companies, local authorities and government bodies. Its customers include Banque de France, Covivio, Danone and the Bourgogne Franche Comté regional council.
These two acquisitions supplement the existing range of services provided by Eiffage Énergie Systèmes, already made up of Arthésis and Avenirelec which provide comprehensive integration solutions from the planning phase through to design, equipment installation and maintenance. More specifically, Avenirelec operates in the luxury hotel sector.