Société Européenne De Mecanique SAS

Société Européenne De Mecanique SAS

Société Européenne De Mecanique SAS

Date Founded



117, rue Jean Jaurès,Verquin, Nord-Pas-de-Calais 62131

Type of Company



Engineering, Construction & Architecture

Company Description

Semeca SA manufactures and installs machinery for the treatment of dust collecting and gas cleaning. Its machinery is used for centralized vacuum extraction, pressure waste conveying and pollution control. The firm offers services to the defense, aeronautical, food and automobile sectors. The company was founded on February 16, 1990 and is headquartered in Verquin, France.

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Personnel Director

Technical Director

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Finorpa focuses on small and medium-sized businesses exclusively in the north of France. They invest across sectors except in real estate. Among other sectors they have invested in industry, industrial services, information technology, healthcare, logistics, retail, tourism, leisure, personal services and agricultural cooperatives. They invest across development stages in seed capital, startups, growth financing, corporate successions and turnaround situations.The firm invests between EUR 50 thousand and 1.5 million and acquires minority interests in the form of direct equity, convertible debt and various types of loans. They manage diversified portfolios with a large number of modest participations. Their targeted exit horizon for all types of investments is around seven years, and their exit strategies are diverse. Their deal flow is generated through local partners of small enterprises, including legal and financial counsels.

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CNPC is an active private equity investment firm focused on the economic development of the Nord-Pas de Calais region, which constitutes the northern tip of France. The firm invests in expansion financing, corporate succession transactions and shareholder restructuring operations. They acquire minority stakes, either as sole investor or in syndication.CNPC targets small and medium-sized companies with an industrial activity or involved in business-to-business trade and services. Investment criteria include profitability, moderate risk, the company's potential to create or maintain economic wealth in the Nord-Pas de Calais region, and whether the business ethics of the company's manager mesh with CNPC's views. The firm invests across sectors in companies with up to 25 million Euros in turnover. About half of the deals they enter are LBO transactions. Seed investments are handled by their subsidiary Nord Création. CNPC actively supports the growth of their portfolio companies without seeking board representation. Their targeted exit horizon is five to seven years.