Collecting drinking water, treating it, distributing it, irrigation, collecting waste water and purifying it: FARMEX Technologies is active in all water-related fields. For 25 years, the company has been applying its expertise and installing complete water treatment systems around the world (in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, etc.).
Whatever your problem, FARMEX Technologies is able to mobilise its responsive teams that listens to what you need, providing custom support that is suited to all the challenges you face.
- More than 2 million people now have access to drinking water thanks to our products
- More than 450 contracts in 30 countries
- 370 diesel pumping units
- 200 electric pumping stations
- 400,000 km of ductile iron, HDPE or PVC pipes with diameters of between 40 and 1000 mm
- More than 70,000 hectares irrigated
FARMEX Technologies benefits from the dynamics of a group, with 6,000 employees, RAZEL-BEC, the civil engineering division of the FAYAT Group.
Key figures 2016
- 25 employees, ¾ of whom are engineers and technicians
- Turnover of € 15m, generated 100 % internationally
Our business sectors
- Pumping – Storage – Civil Engineering – Water conveyance – Drinking water purification
- Pipes (supply and installation for transport and distribution)
- Treatment – Filtration – Disinfection
From drinking water catchments to the distribution network, from collection to treatment of waste water and its re-use, FARMEX Technologies develops complete water management solutions, by making use of the company’s expertise in terms of:
- Project management
- Industrial design
- Industrial electricity
- Civil engineering
- Water conveyance
- Remote management
Our aim is to develop and install standardised or custom turnkey solutions, which meet your needs.
FARMEX Technologies is an active member of the Swelia network and a member of the Executive Board as well as holding the Presidency of the International Commission. Swelia brings together 113 companies in the Occitan region involved in the major stages of the water cycle and represents more than 4,500 employees in the Occitan region with a combined turnover of more than one billion euros.