REEL is involved at all key stages of the fuel cycle
A critical player in the nuclear industry and leader in its field, REEL retains its position through its technical expertise and diverse experience.
Our equipment is designed and produced to meet the most extreme operational safety requirements, whilst guaranteeing high levels of operational performance.
REEL is a supplier of lifting, handling and storage equipment, along with associated services:
REEL has a unique level of experience in the fields of design, construction, commissioning and maintenance, at the service of operators on a global scale:
59 reactors in France – 16 reactors in China – 2 reactors in South Africa – 2 reactors in South Korea.
Maintenance and services provided to all the nuclear sites, both within France and abroad.
REEL uses its expertise as a designer and manufacturer to support operators in the fields of maintenance, modernization and spare parts management. We have a local presence near operational sites both within France and abroad to rapidly respond to our customers’ requirements.
REEL has a presence in Germany and Northern & Eastern Europe through its entity NKM NOELL Special Cranes GmbH.
The Group is involved in the supply, modernization and maintenance of lifting and handling equipment for nuclear power plants (loading equipment, polar cranes, machine room cranes) and for fuel cycle installations (storage center cranes), with an in-depth knowledge of the unique regulations of each country.
REEL COH Inc., a REEL unit in Canada, carries out renovation work and replacements of fuel handling systems (loading equipment, spent fuel pit bridge, transfer equipment hoists) for operational Canadian (CANDU) and American (PWR and BWR) nuclear power plants
REEL has the capacity to handle international contracts involving sensitive and high-tech activities, with in-depth experience in the difficulties of localization (with a production unit in Xiamen, China), supporting operators through the mobilization of large teams.
50 years ago : 1959 - The « Jumbo » of REEL dig the Mont-Blanc tunnel.