After investing in Cairo, Steam CEO Jean-Pierre Boffy takes the temperature in Central Africa 

After investing in Cairo, Steam CEO Jean-Pierre Boffy takes the temperature in Central Africa 

The company, specialising in sterilisation solutions, is looking to expand on the continent, relying on construction giants such as Bouygues and Egis if necessary. 

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            ▪ After investing in Cairo, Steam CEO Jean-Pierre Boffy takes the temperature in Central Africa 

▪ The company, specialising in sterilisation solutions, is looking to expand on the continent, relying on construction giants such as Bouygues and Egis if necessary. 

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According to Africa Business+ sources, the Montpellier-based company has chosen to move into Central Africa.

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