Day 2 for the French industry at the PACIFIC 2019 exposition in Sydney, Australia. Overview of the French pavilion federated by GICAN.
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09 Oct 2019
The French group Expleo, a world leader in engineering, quality and strategic consulting for digital business transformation, announces the creation of Expleo Australia, its new subsidiary, which will manage all of the Group's activities in the country.
09 Oct 2019
iXblue, a global high-tech company specializing in the design and manufacturing of advanced navigation technologies, and L3Harris Technologies, an agile global aerospace and defence technology innovator, today signed a Memorandum of Understanding for strengthening iXblue's support system throughout the Australasian region - Naval News.
08 Oct 2019
The 2019 PACIFIC exhibition is a new key stage in this meaningful and symbolic relationship of the close ties that now unite French and Australian shipbuilding manufacturers, as demonstrated by the significance of the France Pavilion at the event. The GICAN is bringing together 26 manufacturers within the France Pavilion.
08 Oct 2019
At the 2019 PACIFIC International Maritime Exposition, which is held in Sydney (Australia) until 10 October, the French Marine Industry Group (GICAN) is bringing together the largest delegation of businesses in the France Pavilion, with 26 businesses at its stand and, for the first time, 11 under the Australian flag or in connection with a local partner – a sign that French shipbuilding manufacturers are developing partnerships with Australian manufacturers.
03 Oct 2019
The French Marine Industry Group (GICAN) announced today the 12 startups selected for 'SEAstart', its startup support program. All 12 startups have dual commercial / naval defense applications.
08 Jun 2019
Annual General Meeting Of The GICAN: Following his reelection as president, Hervé Guillou is looking to promote the group nationwide and announces the launch of the GICAN startup support programme
23 May 2019
The French Marine Industry Group (GICAN), the trade union for the French shipbuilding industry, is calling for greater recognition of the shipbuilding and maritime sector in future public policy within the European Union, whose Parliament is up for renewal following the 23-26 May 2019 elections.