The Noven Group is rich
in 300 employees
Helping the aviation industry
through Sustainable Aviation Fuel
Sustainable development: Noven
promotes biodiversity on its sites
Pauillac, first combined site in France
fossil fuel + solar energy
Noven Group is the main shareholder
in Trapil with 49.7%
On our sites, infrastructures dedicated
to low-carbon fuels
Building on the expertise acquired by the women and men who have worked throughout the centenary of CIM Le Havre, which we just celebrated, CIM and CCMP are enthusiastically looking ahead and keen to support the energetic transition.
The commitment to green growth in aeronautical biofuels, undertaken by the French authorities in 2017, sets a roadmap for the aeronautic branch to achieve a low-carbon liquid fuel transition (LCLF).
CIM and CCMP are backing this move by providing specific logistics for biojet (SAF or sustainable aviation fuel), as they have been doing for over a decade with road biofuels.
CIM is contributing to the decarbonization of the city of Le Havre and its port's energy mix, with projects such as building an electrolyser together with its partner Hynamics, a subsidiary of the EDF group. The resulting low-carbon hydrogen would be intended for urban and port mobility.
In this state of mind and ready to face these new challenges, Pisto, the holding company of CIM and CCMP, becomes Noven. "NOV" for inNOVation, "EN" for Energies, since our common thread for the past 100 years will be continued.
CIM and CCMP will preserve their own identities while becoming two companies of the Noven group.
Conveying the group' new ambitions, a new logo and a new corporate identity reflect this dynamic.