SNECI and Exact Systems create a joint venture for the sorting, rework and recycling of automotive waste in France
SNECI, an international services and consulting company, and Exact Systems, European leader in sorting and retouching, today announced the creation of a joint venture in France. This new company, called Exact Systems France, will be based in Montbéliard, in Doubs, and will aim to become a major player in sorting, retouching and recycling automotive waste in France.
“We are delighted to partner with Exact Systems, a European leader in sorting and retouching, to create this new joint venture,” said Stanislas Bailly, CEO of SNECI. “This collaboration will allow us to combine our respective expertise and offer our customers a complete and innovative range of automotive waste sorting, rework and recycling services.”
Our range of services
The Exact Systems France joint venture will offer a wide range of services, including:
• Sorting used automobile parts, according to their condition and value
Sorting is an essential step for the recovery of automobile waste. It allows parts to be separated according to their condition and value, in order to reuse or recycle them optimally. Exact Systems France will use innovative technologies for sorting automotive waste, including machine vision and artificial intelligence.
• Reworking damaged automobile parts, in order to make them comply with standards
Refinishing is an operation that restores damaged automobile parts. It extends the life of parts and reduces the need for replacement. Exact Systems France has recognized expertise in the retouching of automobile parts.
• Recycling of automobile waste, in order to reduce the environmental impact of the automobile industry
Recycling is a sustainable solution for automobile waste management. It makes it possible to recover raw materials and avoid their release into the environment. Exact Systems France has a recycling capacity of 100,000 tonnes of automobile waste per year.
“We are convinced that this joint venture has the potential to become a major player in the French market for sorting, rework and recycling of automotive waste,” said Frédéric Laganier, Managing Director of Exact Systems France. “By combining the respective expertise of SNECI and Exact Systems, we are able to offer our customers a unique and competitive offer.”
The Exact Systems France joint venture is expected to create more than 200 jobs in France. It is also expected to generate a turnover of 20 million euros by 2025.