With over 60 years of history in the metal treatment industry, Electropoli Group prides itself on being a leader in research and innovation.

In this article, discover the highlights of this company, its specificities and its future projects.

« The strong growth of our group is due to our combined expertise, our qualitative and plural service offer, our interest in research and innovation. » Nicolas DELAHEGUE, President

The Electropoli group benefits from more than 60 years of history! What are the highlights?

N.D: Founded in 1954 in the Paris region, the family business developed a hot-dip galvanizing process in 1988 that accelerated its growth, particularly in the automotive market.

In 2004, the company expanded internationnally with the acquisition of service centers in Poland and the Czech Republic 

The acquisition of Electropoli by the investment fund TRAIL in 2019 with a Euro-Chinese development platform, leads  us today to consider our growth on the very dynamic Chinese and Asian markets. We now have 6 factories with a turnover of 100 million euros.

What are your sectors of application and your specificities on the market?

N.D: We provide full-service solutions protection of metal surfaces using more the 30 different treatments mainly for the automotive industry but also for the aeronautic, aerospace, defense and energy sectors. In a very fragmented market, our strength lies in our ability to handle our customers projects in their entirety, from the expression of the need to the delivery of series components.

How do you see your business growing in the face of the ongoing climate crisis?

N.D: Thanks to our R&D subsidiary, and to our positioning, we are now working on numerous « new mobility » projects covering in particular the needs of electric vehicles.

Electropoli is committed to the environment by conviction. Our engineers work daily on providing more solutions environmentally friendly and more sober energetically. This is how we launch the 1st project « zero discharge » which will considerably limit our ecological impact by reducing our production of waste, even going so far as to reuse some waste.