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AKKA Technologies, an European group of engineering and technology consulting, has been supporting since 1999, major industrial companies in different stages of their projects, from R & D and design to industrialization.

The group brings real added value to its customers in all sectors: automotive, aerospace, defense, consumer electronics, telecommunications, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, steel, energy, rail, naval and services.

A thoroughknowledge of these sectors and the capitalization of know-howenableAKKATechnologies to provide its customers with innovative and creative solutions.

In addition to having over 50 branches in France, AKKATechnologies is present in more than 10 countries around the world. With the milestone of 700 employees, reached in 2010, the International division experienced strong growth and contributed to a turnover of 400 million €.

Subsidiary specializing in aeronautics, AEROCONSEIL is present in the world, and namely in Tunisia.Indeed, AEROCONSEIL Tunisia was legally established in late April 2010 and decided to settle inside the El Ghazala Technology Pole (fiber optic network).

Its activity covers areas such as electronic simulation, avionics (computing system managing aircraft functions) or aerodynamics (in terms of flight quality and performance). The activity of the subsidiary is expected to operate in activities that are complementary of those of the French competence center.

Several reasons have prevailed in the choice of the Tunisian site: "a high-tech business which requires closeness to be successfully conducted and a necessary improvement of competitiveness as well as similarities with the U.S. dollar in terms of cost. In the comparative study to identify the most suitable country, Tunisia, in addition to its geographical and linguistic proximity, showed a competitive economic environment doubled with qualified resources in line with the skills sought by Aeroconseil and more specifically, it has demonstrated through its working conditions, administrative flexibility and convincing government incentives. "