Adeos International was created by Paul FRANCOIS et Jacques FRANCOIS, who at the time were respective head of sales and founder of Adeos, the french leader in metallic equipment.
Paul François takes over the general management of the company
Adeos International opens a plant in Algiers in Algeria and Dakar in Senegal
Adeos International opens a plant in Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo)
Adeos International obtains approval for its products from the SNEL (Société nationale d’électricité), the DRC’s National Electricity Company, and the SENELEC (Société nationale d’électricité du Sénégal), the National Electricity Company of Senegal.
Adeos International is in full swing and is raising funds of €600,000 with 108 investors.
Adeos International was founded in 2013 by the director of Adeos, the french leader in metallic equipment for electrical transformer substations (doors and ventilation grids for the MV/LV electrical sector) and equipment used to secure electrical installations (secure cabinets, protective boxes). Ever since, we have been providing our expertise to our African customers and partners alike.
So we can best serve the requirements and specifications of each country, our research department develops comprehensive ranges of products that fulfil local regulations so that our teams can manufacture and sell electric substations locally.
We have 3 plants in Africa, one each in Senegal, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Algeria. Our local proximity means we can respond rapidly to our customers and forge strong and trusting relationships.
In 2019, our transformer substations were granted approval from the SNEL, the DRC’s National Electricity Company, and the SENELEC, the Senegal’s National Electricity Company.
In 2017, it was estimated that 53% of the African population had no access to electricity. Yet the development of the electricity network is essential to the development of the continent.
Directly located in Senegal, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Algeria, we offer our local subsidiaries logistical, financial, legal and R&D support, giving them the means to then develop their own strategy by drawing on their network of partners and competing in local calls for tenders. They can therefore participate directly in the creation of a reliable electricity network that has thus far been insufficient.