Three firms sign contracts worth €1.5m in France
Three Irish companies have signed contracts to the value of €1.5 million with French companies operating in the cleantech and construction sectors.
AMCS, the Limerick based integrated environmental software provider for the recycling and waste management industry, secured a contract with SIRTOM de Sedan, a group of local authorities in the Ardennes Region of France that manage the collection, recycling and treatment of household waste in over 44 cities.
Anua, part of the Bord na Móna Group, and their French partner L’Eau Pure, signed their first contract with SIAAP, a large French municipal authority which provides wastewater treatment for almost 12 million inhabitants in the greater Parisian area.
The contract worth €400,000 is for the refurbishment of odour control units at Seire Aval, in the Paris area.
Cork Plastics, the manufacturer and supplier of high quality PVC products signed a significant partnership agreement with Sarl Duluc, a specialised building merchant in France. It is worth €1 million.