BERNARD CONTROLS supplies actuators for YANBU-2 facilities in Saudi Arabia
MARAFIQ is the leading private water and power supplier in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The IWPP project (Independent Water and Power Project) that they launched in JUBAIL in 2007 is the world biggest project to combine power generation and water desalination. Indeed, in YANBU, the YANBU-2 project combines a 690MW thermal power plant and a desalination plant, which can treat up to 60 000 m3 a day. MARAFIQ has chosen BERNARD CONTROLS for YANBU-2 installations.
BERNARD CONTROLS strengthens its presence in Asia and opens two new subsidiaries
BERNARD CONTROLS, already established in China, continues its international growth in Asia with the setting up in June 2012 of two local subsidiaries: BERNARD CONTROLS SINGAPORE and BERNARD CONTROLS KOREA...
Bernard Controls staff runs in Paris Marathon
At the occasion of Paris Marathon, which will take place this Sunday 10th, April, BERNARD CONTROLS supports a few members of its staff who run in this famous race. We wish them good luck in this incredible challenge and hope to meet them in good shape at the arrival!
BERNARD CONTROLS focuses on added value for customers
When they started implementing the LEAN Manufacturing processes into their Gonesse factory (Paris - France) at the end of 2008, BERNARD CONTROLS chose to strongly commit to customer satisfaction. "Making the most out of the least" or maximizing customer value while minimizing waste - this is the cornerstone of the LEAN management
BERNARD CONTROLS supports the 4L Trophy
THE SO-CALLED 4L Trophyis a long-distance rally across the Moroccan desert in Renault 4L cars, where students bring school stationery and sport equipment to poor children. This is the first humanitarian and sportive student event in Europe! In February 2011, BERNARD CONTROLS takes part in this adventure and sponsors a team from the ECAM engineering school from Rennes (France).
AREVA awards BERNARD CONTROLS the Certified Supplier label
Last June, 15th was held the 2010 AREVA Certified Suppliers Day. Amongst the award-winners, Etienne Bernard - BERNARD CONTROLS' CEO - was honoured to receive this award from Anne Lauvergeon and to deliver a speech supporting the quality relationships existing between the Nuclear leader and its suppliers.