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FAYAT SAS is subject to attempted fraud and scamming, in France and worldwide, through identity theft concerning either the company or one of its employees.

Fraudsters send e-mails to suppliers and/or service providers, requesting the opening of customer accounts or orders using fake addresses such as "@fayat-sa.com" (instead of the official "@fayat.com" address)

These e-mails may be signed by Group employees (with the name, address, business registration number, etc. of FAYAT SAS) and may be accompanied by legal documents. These are attempts to commit fraud.

If you are a victim of such behaviour or of any other suspicious behaviour, we advise you to report it immediately to this dedicated email address: info@fayat.com, and to file a complaint with the relevant authorities.

Fayat METAL

MULTI-MATERIAL TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS AND EXPERTISE IN THE FIELDS OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION AND LIFTING AND HANDLING.

Created at the end of the 1970s, the Fayat METAL Division of the FAYAT Group has become one of the major leaders in the sector.

Fayat Metal in figures

€ 300
million
turnover
15
companies
in the division
1,400
staff
in the division

Fayat Metal

The metal

A material with a wide range of advantages.

The innovation

More than a concept, innovation is central to our priorities.

Our history

More than 50 years' steel construction experience.

Our subsidiaries

Latest achievement

CANOPY OF LES HALLES

Roofing of Les Halles in Paris by Castel & Fromaget and Viry

Latest achievement

FOOTBRIDGE IN THE CLAUDE BERNARD DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Construction of a footbridge over the Paris Ring Road by the teams of Viry

Latest achievement

FAYAT MÉTAL SUPPLIES 29 OVERHEAD TRAVELLING CRANES FOR THE HINKLEY POINT NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

With COMETE, FAYAT LIFTING and JOSEPH PARIS, three of the Group’s companies are involved in this project

Latest achievement

ILE D'ARRAULT WATER TREATMENT PLANT

As this plant no longer meets the latest regulations, Vilquin was chosen to rebuild it

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