The activity zones of the Sarreguemines Confluences Agglomeration Community are:
The creation, extension and management of business parks in the Sarreguemines agglomeration are part of the “economic development” competence of the Sarreguemines Confluences Agglomeration Community.
The Sarreguemines Confluences Agglomeration Community still has immediate land availability within the Woustviller business park, the Rouhling craft area, the Grosbliederstroff shopping avenue but also within the Sarreguemines Europole in Hambach with larger surfaces.
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Created in the early 1990s, this area now employs nearly 2500 people. The flagship of Europole is Ineos Automotive, a showcase site and automotive production concept (Grenadier) unique in the world. The Behr plant, the European leader in automotive heat exchangers, and the Chêne de l'Est company specializing in the manufacture of high-end parquet floors, are also two locomotives of Europole.
The Europôle was awarded the Choose France label in January 2020 and is one of the first 12 “turnkey” sites identified in France.
Immediate availability, shortened and optimized deadlines for applications for environmental authorization and building permits are major assets of this area of activity. Located in the immediate vicinity of the A4 motorway, the companies established there benefit from increased visibility.
Created in the 1950s, the southern industrial zone of Sarreguemines was for almost 40 years the spearhead of the economic development of Sarreguemines. More than 160 companies now bring together more than 4000 jobs in this area of approximately 300 ha.
Continental, Clarios, Mibelle Group as well as a multitude of diversified SMEs form this historic business area of our territory.
The Community of Agglomeration has developed within this industrial zone, an agri-food zone (high environmental quality) which aims to accommodate activities of the agri-food industry.
In order to continue the development of the industrial zone of Sarreguemines Sud, the community is carrying out two development projects in parallel:
Located equidistant from the A4 motorway tollbooth and the town center of Sarreguemines, the Woustviller area now concentrates around thirty companies for more than 1300 jobs. This zone welcomes all types of companies such as RENZ France, the company PERIFERI or the sorting center of the Post Office.
Studies relating to the development of the western phase of the Woustviller Business Park are currently underway and should allow new land availability in the medium term in the area.
This zone is energized by the “Les foundries de Lorraine” factory. This area is directly connected to the waterways of the Saar.
Zone adjoining the Hambach Europole, served by the A4 motorway, the Hambach zone now hosts a certain number of companies such as Altrans (Logistics company), Eurotek France (Distributor of agricultural equipment),
Dynacom Enseignes or even a Lidl supermarket.
Located along the departmental road D919, a few companies are developing there such as GERBO France (Manufacture of precision tools), DE ZORZI Frères (Marble-granite), Ets OTHON FEY SA (Transformation of tubes), SAD (articles decoration and insulation).
The industrial zone of Sarralbe welcomes companies from different sectors. This is particularly the case for the companies Est-Industrie, SECAL and even Menuiserie SCHALLER, which have been developing on this site for several years.
A dynamic commercial area bringing together behind the CORA retail locomotive a multitude of brands in the various fields of household and personal equipment.
This area brings together brands such as RECORD, or other major national brands.
Sarralbe's commercial area is centered around a Super U supermarket, the driving force behind the site's commercial activity. Other brands have been established around this location in the field of household, personal and automotive equipment.
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|Industrial zone south of Sarreguemines
|Commercial area of Sarreguemines
|Rémelfing Industrial Zone
|Woustviller business park
|Hambach Craft Zone
|Rouhling craft area
|Grosbliederstroff shopping area
|Sarreguemines agro-food zone
|Business Space Incubator
|Sarralbe commercial area
|Sarralbe Industrial Zone
|Total industrial and commercial areas of the Agglo
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The issue of short circuits is at the heart of the concerns of the Sarreguemines Confluences Urban Community. Committed to the Northern Vosges Territorial Food Project, the intercommunity has affirmed its desire to become operationally involved in structuring a range of products in short circuits in the territory. The results of the online questionnaire relating to the agglomeration project (May-June 2021) confirm the interest of the territory and its users in this issue since in the proposed courses of action, the promotion and valorization of products in circuits- courts concentrated more than 270 votes, making this action the one with the most votes. This demand for proximity and quality has also been accentuated by the covid-19 health crisis, during which consumers have clearly expressed their desire to change their habits.
In order to meet this need, the City of Sarreguemines notably allowed the establishment of a weekly farmer's drive in partnership with the Association of Producers of Pays de Bitche, an operation which met with great success. The Sarreguemines Confluences Urban Community has also been able, in the past, to support players in the sector in difficulty, in particular by ensuring the takeover of the Sarreguemines Abattoir, which threatened to permanently close its doors. At the same time, the Urban Community is also engaged alongside the Mixed Union of the Arrondissement of Sarreguemines in carrying out a preparatory study and consultation time with local producers in order to address the development of short circuits on the territory and to discuss the opportunity to open a collective point of sale in Sarreguemines. Thus, the community now wishes to engage in supporting structured and lasting actions around short circuits.
In fact, in 2022 the Urban Community acquired skills to acquire skills in the development of short circuits, committing to supporting the development of sustainable agriculture and/or short circuits. short courses to promote local know-how and products.
The first operational action in this area was the organization of the first edition of the Grand Marché des Producers on October 10, 2021 on the Esplanade du Casino de Sarreguemines. At the same time, a position was created in September 2021, 1/5th of which is dedicated to supporting projects to promote short circuits.
This market made it possible to create the prerequisites for the success of a more structuring project to promote products in short circuits. This event created the opportunity for producers to take a first step in collaborative work, the human factor being essential for the success of these projects. This first contact and partnership work between the community and the farmers of its territory will serve as a basis for the development of a broader and ambitious promotion strategy, which remains to be defined to date.
This event thus meets an operational objective of promoting and promoting local agricultural stakeholders, allowing the creation of new distribution channels for local products. It is also the subject of the development of targeted communication contributing to the promotion of local know-how and the image of the territory.