VINCI Energies in the country & key figures

VINCI Energies in Spain

VINCI Energies’ presence in Spain began at the end of 2002 with the acquisition of a majority shareholding in Spark Ibérica, which operates in the Infrastructure, Telecommunications, Industry, and Tertiary sectors. In 2007, it continued with the incorporation of Tecuni, which specialises in High and Low Voltage Distribution, Electrical Substations, Instrumentation, and Public Lighting, among other activities. Later, in 2010, the group added Cegelec, engaged in Industrial Maintenance, activities in Nuclear Power Plants, and the Aeronautics sector.
Within VINCI Energies, the solid prestige of our business units is complemented by the technical, logistical, and financial support of the group, which allows it to undertake the most ambitious projects.
 
In Spain, VINCI Energies offers its range of services under 5 brands:
     Actemium
     Axians
     Citeos
     Omexom
     VINCI Facilities
 
 
Last July, VINCI Energies acquired Acuntia, a leading provider of solutions and services on IP convergence networks, secure applications and systems, supported by consulting, integration, management, and outsourcing services.
 
It works for companies and telecommunications operators, as well as for public entities that want to deploy long-lasting ITC solutions that are adapted to their business needs. It designs network architecture, security, and mobility, video, IPTV and collaboration, virtualization, and data centres. The company has a staff of approximately 340 people and billed 90 million euros in 2016. Acuntia is also the perfect complement to the companies that belong to Axians, the brand of the VINCI Energies Group for the telecommunications sector, that provides a wide range of solutions and services in infrastructure and communications.
 
Also, last April, VINCI Energies acquired ASAS Systems, a leader in the Spanish market for maintenance equipment for the automobile industry, which offers turnkey maintenance services, automated transport and logistics systems, which include engineering, manufacture, project and works management, installation, and commissioning.
 
The company has a staff of approximately 100 people and manages consolidated revenues of 50 million euros.

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