Shaping Excellence

GROUPEMECA at a glance

GROUPEMECA is an industrial group specialized in the manufacture of high precision springs, spring-effect parts, fine sheet metal works and induction coils. Next to the production and surface treatment of parts, GROUPEMECA accompanies its clients in the designing and prototyping of tailor-made parts.

GROUPEMECA our business in numbers

We shape technological excellence

GROUPEMECA wire springs
Wire Springs
GROUPEMECA strip springs
Strip Springs
GROUPEMECA stamped and formed parts
Stamped & formed parts
GROUPEMECA induction coils
Induction coils
GROUPEMECA complex parts
Complex formed parts
GROUPEMECA assembled parts
Assembled parts
 GROUPEMECA Machining & FPI quality control
Machining & FPI quality control
GROUPEMECA surface treatment
Surface treatment

Excellence from design to delivery

GROUPEMECA — Wheel from design to delivery.

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Quality - Certifications

  • ISO 26000
  • EN/AS/JISQ 9100
  • IATF 16949
  • SAFRAN _ Special Processes Qualification : FPI S2 & S3

Corporate Social Responsibility

Shaping excellence since 1907

GROUPEMECA timeline from 1907 to 2004 GROUPEMECA timeline from 2003 to 2019

We support

GROUPEMECA we support defence
GROUPEMECA we support aerospace
GROUPEMECA we support automotive
GROUPEMECA we support mechanical engineering
GROUPEMECA we support electrical engineering
GROUPEMECA we support gas and fluid management
Gas and Fluid
GROUPEMECA we support building services and engineering
Building Services
and Engineering
GROUPEMECA we support lighting

We work with

GROUPEMECA Our clients


The increasing concentration in the atmosphere of carbon dioxide emissions resulting from human activity is considerably accentuating the greenhouse effect responsible for climate disruption. To reduce this phenomenon, the European Union is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, and thus becoming the first climate-neutral continent. In addition to better protecting the planet and our health, carbon neutrality would also enable greater strategic independence by reducing the need to import fossil fuels, preserving resources in the face of their increasing scarcity, and protecting the purchasing power of Europeans and the competitiveness of businesses.

In line with this commitment, and as an international player in the industry, GROUPEMECA has set itself the target of reducing its CO2 emissions by 60% by 2030 (compared to 2019). This decarbonisation process began in 2015 with the installation of more than 1.900 photovoltaic panels at two of its Belgian sites, and continued more recently with the exclusive supply of green energy at its sites in Wallonia.

The next major measures implemented by GROUPEMECA in this project are to align its companies' energy contracts to consume only green energy for its electricity needs, as well as to gradually replace its vehicle fleet with a hybrid fleet.