Latin America, Asia, Africa: Groupe ADP's expansion territories

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As part of the Rencontres Économiques d'Aix-en-Provence, Augustin de Romanet gave a filmed interview to France 24. He discussed various strategic aspects, the group's investment policy and its international development, on which he spent some time to clarify.

According to Augustin de Romanet, the next big break in the development of global air traffic will be the takeoff of Africa. He believes that this continent is not currently characterized by a significant increase in traffic.

With this point, he recalled that Groupe ADP had "already an engineering subsidiary, ADP Ingénierie, which is already working in Benin, Ethiopia, Guinea ... And we are working with African governments for the future expansion of their airports. »

In fact, in addition to the countries already mentioned, Benin, where our company assists the governmental authorities in the construction of the capital city’s new airport, or Ethiopia where we are partners of the airport authorities for the expansion of the airport of Addis Ababa, our company is engaged in Senegal (maintenance hangars), Kenya (new terminal, new runway), Zanzibar (new terminal), Mozambique (master planning at 30 years of the main airports of the country) ...

ADP Ingénierie has many beautiful opportunities in Asia. Regardless of the design of mega-Chinese projects such as the new Beijing-Daxing Airport that will be commissioned this autumn and that of Chengdu-Tianfu inaugurated in 2020, or the design of the Taipei airport control tower where the construction is almost complete ..., our company is now well engaged in Vietnam, both in Ho Chi Minh City (expansion of the existing airport and design of most of the infrastructures of the future Long Thanh airport), as in Hanoi (Noi Bai airport). And in other countries in the area.

It is interesting to emphasize again the prominent place of the international activities in the development of the group.

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