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SEGULA Technologies engineering group will recruit 5,000 people across all industrial sectors in more than 30 countries this year, among them 40 qualified engineers and technicians in the United Kingdom in 2020.

Operating in more than 30 countries, with 140 offices worldwide, SEGULA Technologies has currently 13,000 employees (6,700 in France and 6,300 internationally) in the major industrial sectors: automotive, naval, rail, aerospace, defence, energy, and Oil and Gas.


The Group, which now generates half of its turnover outside of France, plans to recruit 2,000 qualified engineers and technicians in France and 3,000 abroad this year, particularly in Brazil, Spain, the United States, India, Italy and Sweden.


This recruitment drive is also in line with the current trend of industrial transformation which reflects changes in society like digitalisation, environmental priorities or the development of new mobility solutions. SEGULA Technologies supports these trends by developing solutions at the cutting edge of innovation and training its engineers in key skills to shape the world of tomorrow.


The group has been growing in the United Kingdom since 2014. It has currently 85 employees working in Coventry and Derby with the major OEMs in the rail and automotive sectors. SEGULA UK will recruit 40 people this year, mainly specialists in the Rail rolling stock discipline such as system engineers, brake engineers and safety engineers.


“SEGULA UK prides itself to continue its expansion in all industrial sectors. After successful organic growth in 2019 especially in the rail sector, our goal for 2020 is to diversify further our customer portfolio beyond the existing accounts. We strive to be an engineering service provider market leader in the UK, drawing on SEGULA group’s expertise in 32 countries and the wealth of knowledge of our engineers and projects”, says Peter Lancett, SEGULA UK CEO.


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