History and key figures

SYNEOX is a French SME, specialist in robotic systems in hostile environments for dismantling and conditioning of waste from the nuclear industry.

Founded in 2004 in Nantes in a generalist perspective (supervision and conduct of expert processes), it progressively specialised in technical concrete and encapsulation, before focusing on BNI waste packaging innovation.

More recently, its ambitious research and development programmes have led it to propose industrial robotic products adapted to irradiated and contaminated environments, and to open up to treatment of other hazardous solid waste such as asbestos.

As part of the purchase of its assets by the Innoveox group in 2014, the company moved to Merignac (Gironde) and implements its innovations in perfect synergy with the traditional business of the group.

Key figures

12

Employees

750 000 €

Turnover 2013

4

Patents filed

14

References, including 12 from EDF nuclear plants