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 Simelectro P&S

Simelectro is a key player in design, manufacture and maintenance of medium voltage busbars. These busbars convey the energy from generators to power transformers in power plants. Created in 1948, Simelectro is an internationally well-known company. Simelectro has supplied among others, more of 500 busbar units for power plants, either nuclear, thermal and hydraulic, on all continents and provides power connections for many electro-intensive industries. Simelectro has developed many services activities : diagnostic, maintenance, modification of existing installation, life cycle extension, power increase and supply of spare parts. Since 2019, Simelectro becomes a subsidiary of TSV.

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1948 Creation of Simelectro.

1953 First order in France

for "Powerduct" (IPB's).

1962 First export order

(New Zealand).

1979 Creation of our "Transoduct" (NSPB's and SPB's).

1997 New workshop in Longvic - France.

2019 Acquired by TSV.

 
 
Our powerful organization
A fully integrated structure and system
 

Sales and project management

To ensure continuity from sales to delivery and single point of accountability.

Design - R&D

Every project is tailored made to customer specific requirements in compliance with the international standards.

Manufacturing

Local or regional manufacturing to ensure same level of quality and guaranteed performances.

Packing & shipment

A personalized service in accordance with the latest incoterms.

Installation, supervision and commissioning service

A team of supervisors fully qualified, dedicated and familiar with export requirements.

After-sales service

Our after-sales service and our agent network give SIMELECTRO the resources to serve its customers anywhere at any time in the world.

Main customers
Quality and Qualifications

Simelectro is ISO 9001 and has many customer qualification :
EDF NUCLEAIRE - UTO, MHI, ABB, FUJI, DOOSAN, HHI, TOSHIBA, NCC, BEMCO, KOPEC, INDECK, GE, SIEMENS, SEC...

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