Notre histoire rescente
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2008 – Ambition
Despite a complex financial and industrial environment, ABMI introduces a new strategy focussing on the added value of its services and the provision of “premium” service offerings (project management, lean manufacturing, cost reduction, etc.).
This strategic positioning, together with the experience gained, prepares us for collaboration with the Nestlé Group.
2007 – Diversification
ABMI broadens its offering in the field of Industrial Installation Engineering and acquires ICCI. The group’s engineering provision henceforth covers automation and monitoring and control, particularly for the energy and water treatment markets.
2006 – Precision
ABMI further improves its mechanical design offering and establishes itself in Bourgogne with the acquisition of BEAT. This external growth reinforces our image as an engineering specialist and brings in new customers such as AREVA and General Electric.
2000 – Acceleration
Seeking to accelerate its growth by establishing a foothold in Aviation, Energy and the Environment, ABMI opens new regional branches (Toulouse, Nantes, etc.), while continuing to pursue external growth targets. SYNERTECH (2002), ESSAIR (2003) and ATECI (2006) join the Group.
1989 – Expansion
To better serve its customers, our engineering consultancy widens its scope of expertise to include industrial vehicles and opens its first regional branch in Lyon to work jointly with Renault Véhicules Industriels (now Volvo Trucks).
1995 – Internationalisation
ABMI, always endeavouring to provide its customers with the best support, proposes accompanying Faurecia in Germany. This was the start of our internationalisation, which continues to this day.