The Emitech Group is a family of 8 companies with 18 sites throughout France (16 centres - more than 38,000 m2), equipped with laboratories specialising in environmental testing for everything from children's toys to missiles.
The multitude of testing environments available in our centres (mechanical, environmental, physical and chemical, electrical, electromagnetic, radio frequency, hydraulic, acoustic etc.), our capacity to meet the strictest requirements for high-risk systems (on-board safety systems, weapons systems, nuclear facilities etc.), our technical accreditations (COFRAC - French Accreditation Committee) and our regulatory credentials (Certified Body for CE Marking, CBTL for the CB Scheme) all combine to make us unique.
Our subsidiary EMC, which joined us in 2019, specializes in tests related to the design and validation of engines (electric, hybrid, fossil energy). Its know-how is also recognized in the design of test benches by its very strong expertise in mechatronics and its positioning makes it an important player for the Group in terms of service provision.
Our expertise, our technical capabilities and our wide-ranging accreditations all mark us out as a crucial and reliable partner for industrial producers, manufacturers and importers in a broad array of sectors:
We offer huge testing capacities (as many as 190 test campaigns can be conducted simultaneously, allowing for 26,000 days of testing per year in addition to 4,450 hours of training (and engineering services), with a high level of responsiveness (we handle some 14,000 requests from over 2,500 companies every year) and a projected turnover of 56 M€ in 2022 (9% of which comes from clients based outside France).
Our 600 employees, spread across our 18 centres all over France and Morocco, form a tight-knit network of local teams ready to find the testing solutions which correspond precisely to your requirements.
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