Asia and the Middle East

Eptisa has been operating successfully in these regions since 1990, developing projects, studies and evaluations

In 2006, Eptisa was introduced into Chinese market, carrying out two projects for the improvement of the equipments in Universities, and in 2010 we develop the design and project management of the aircraft pieces factory for Airbus in Harbin. Currently we play an active role in commissioning and adjusting all the items of equipment at the plant and maintaining all facilities.

In India Eptisa established a new office in 2011 and we have collaborated with some local companies in projects related to information technologies, water resources management, transportation and infrastructures development since. Currently we are working in the safety audit for Hyderabad Metro Rail and in the Supply, Installation and Commissioning of a Surface Water Information System (eSWIS) at national level.

Also in 2011, Eptisa was awarded its first project in Vietnam to carry out the implementation of the second phase of the Coastal Cities Environmental Sanitation Programme in Dong Hoi, a coastal and fishing town, that will benefit a population of 112,000.

In Uzbekistan we work in the water sector since 2010, providing technical assistance for the rehabilitation and modernization of water and sanitation supplies in the Surkhandarya oblast, and the Water Supply and Sanitation Services Investment Program – Tranche 1, with the aim of assisting the Uzbek Communal Services Agency in supervising and administering the design and construction of the individual sub-projects

In 2012 Eptisa won its first contract in Kyrgyzstan. The contract consists of the design and supervision for improvement of water supply and sewerage system under Component 3 in Osh and Jalal-Abad, financed by the Asian Development Bank.

In Kazakhstan since 2013 Eptisa develops a roadmap for the National Renewable Energy Plan, the analysis of different financial options and the improvement of the regulatory framework.

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