APRRES Industries was founded in 2000 by industrialists and institutions in the Roanne region who wanted to meet the needs of maintaining the operational readiness of rolling stock in the defense, public works, railway and quarry sectors, and above all to offer solutions to give a second life to equipment withdrawn from service (military, railway and other sectors).
The first site was created in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in Mably near Roanne (42). Since then, APRRES Industries has always placed the requirement of performance, adaptability and reactivity at the heart of its priorities. Over the years, the range of services and parts offered has been extended to the Mining & Quarrying, Lifting & Handling, Construction, Sanitation, Energy and Transport sectors.
As part of its diversification project, in 2016, the company opened a second site in Le Coteau (42). In 2017, APRRES Industries becomes a SAS, moves and settles in Saint-Vincent de Boisset (42). The following year, APRRES Industries joined the Energie Métal Group and thus joined Sotiag and Jetcut, the two other companies in the group. Patrick GAYA is appointed to the management of APRRES Industries where he continues the changes initiated in a proactive approach. In 2019, he opens a new APRRES Industries site in the Paris region, in Montataire (60), close to a major player in the construction industry.
This strategy is paying off, as APRRES Industries’ responsiveness and skills are highly valued by its customers and machine users. It is on this model that the company continues its national deployment with the project of opening an MCO site in the southwest quarter of France. This policy of permanent development is the result of a committed reflection, motivated by a strong experience in the field, the ambition to develop partnerships with manufacturers and by a desire to satisfy customers as closely as possible to their problems.
Shared by the company’s 21 employees, all of whom are passionate about their work, this commitment is illustrated by their determination to increase their skills, to adapt to technological developments, and to constantly train in order to help customers more quickly and more efficiently, regardless of the complexity of the breakdown.