Masteris acts as Entity in Charge of Maintenance (ECE) for MESEA
Signed this Friday, June 19, 2020, the contract between Masteris and MESEA formalizes the maintenance service of 2 draisines (the "Broom"), 2 ZCA tamping machines and a stabilizer wagon at Masteris. A demanding commitment, in perfect compliance with European regulation 2019/779, which required Masteris to be certified as a ECE (Entity in Charge of Maintenance).
A 5 and a half year contract for a turnover of 6M€.
MESEA's need was clear: to find a JIT (Entity in Charge of Maintenance) from June 2020 to maintain its railway works equipment. Negotiations started in June 2019.
On the agenda, 2 key values: cohesion and trust. For this project, the perimeters and missions have been clearly defined:
- Masteris plays the role of maintenance manager and pilots the entity in charge of the development of maintenance.
- Fleet management and maintenance are carried out by SNCF, the manufacturers SOCOFER and FRAMAFER as well as MESEA.
MESEA, maintainer of the SEA Tours-Bordeaux high-speed line
Based in Villognon near Angoulême, MESEA is in charge of the maintenance and operation of the High Speed Line between Tours and Bordeaux for the duration of the concession until 2061. LISEA is the concession company for the Tours-Bordeaux SEA High Speed Line. MESEA has 195 employees spread over 4 maintenance bases.
MESEA's shareholders are VINCI Concessions (70%) and SYSTRA (30%).