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The Greater Grenoble Metro Area

The Greater Grenoble Metro Area

A diversified economy spanning the IT, software, energy, healthcare technology, chemical, and metallurgical industries backed by a strong education and research community.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 433,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012: 201,500
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: Schneider Electric, STMicroelectronics[w1] , BD, Caterpillar, HP, Atos, Roche Diagnostics, Alstom Hydro, Air Liquide, Siemens, Bull, Arkema, Sofradir, Rolls Royce, Artelia, Orange labs, and ARaymond
Voironnais Chartreuse

Voironnais Chartreuse

An area with a strong history in industries like pulp and paper, logistics, electronics, sports and leisure, and metals (steelwork and metallurgical research).

  • Population (2012 estimated): 103,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012:  30,100
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area:  Radiall, Trixell, Brioches Pasquier, Thales Electron Device, Thales Avionics, Constellium, Rio Tinto Aluval, Rossignol skis, Pomagalski, Allimand, Aciéries et Laminoirs de Rives, Paturle Aciers, King Jouet, Rexor technologie, Multibase, Arjowiggins, and GT Logistic.
Grésivaudan

Grésivaudan

A strong position in the microelectronics, IT, and wood industries.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 102,500
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012:  30,500 
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: STMicroelectronics, Soitec, Cap Gemini, Tornier, Teisseire, Open, Thales Services, Euromaster, Eaton, Caterpillar Logistics, Hager Security, Petzl, Ecopla, Ahlstrom, and Satma.
Isère Rhodanienne

Isère Rhodanienne

A sharp focus on the chemical, pulp and paper, and household equipment industries.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 117,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012:  37,200 
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area:  Calor, Sodiall, Prezioso, Condat, Finorga, Adisseo, Eurofloat, Ahlstrom, Bluestar Silicones, Kerry Ravifruit, Solvay, Prayon, Chanabel, Tredi, and Celette.
Bièvre-Valloire

Bièvre-Valloire

Specialized in steelwork, medical equipment, manufacturing equipment, and textiles.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 72,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012: 15,400 
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: Fresenius Kabi, Boxal, Socamel, Eurobéton, Ryb, SIEGL, Forges Bonpertuis, Alutec, Tencate, Copal, and Tissages Perrin.
Haut-Rhône Dauphinois

Haut-Rhône Dauphinois

A center for the textile, steelwork, and food industries.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 82,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012: 15,900 
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: Hexcel, bioMérieux, Logiplast, Gindre, Nicoll, Prysmian, Comi service, GAIC, Ciments Vicat, Textiles de Belmont, Sigma composites, Renolux, and ADMV.
Trièves

Trièves

Focused on the food and tourism industries.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 10,200
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012:  1,700 
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: De Clermont, Pelissard, Minoterie du Trièves, Laiterie du mont Aiguille,  les Editons Terre Vivante.
Matheysine

Matheysine

An area marked by farming and tourism.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 19,300
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012:  3,900 
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: Tecumseh Europe, Dinac, Carron, OSE, Gorgy Timing, and Mersen.
Oisans

Oisans

Focused on the steel and tourism industries.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 11,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012:  5,300 
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: Ferropem, SATA, DAL, Club Méditerrannée, and France Déneigement.
Porte des Alpes

Porte des Alpes

The area’s main industries are logistics, building materials, and engineered textiles.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 150,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012: 48,500
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: Valeo, Danone, Rexam, EDF ENR PWT (formerly Photowatt), Ikea Distribution, Morin Logistics, Martinet, Patheon, Lafarge, Vicat, Oxadis, Calor, Radiall, HP, and Sofileta.
Vals du Dauphiné

Vals du Dauphiné

A hub for the engineered textiles and food industries.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 61,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012: 14,300 
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: Aoste les Fines Tranches, Mafelec, Impex, Ferrari, Tecumseh, Stumec, Bourgeat, Dickson Coating, Franciaflex, and Texinov. 
Vercors

Vercors

A focus on the food, wood, and tourism industries.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 12,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012: 2,900 
  • Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: Prefelectrique, Deva Laboratoire, Vercors Lait, and Paleotime.
Sud Grésivaudan

Sud Grésivaudan

Mainly oriented towards electrical equipment manufacturing, the food industry, and plastics.

  • Population (2012 estimated): 44,000
  • Wage-earning jobs (public and private sectors combined) at January 1, 2012: 10,150 
  •  Flagship private-sector manufacturing companies operating in the area: Legrand, Bourbon Automotive Plastic, Cotherm, l'Etoile du Vercors, SDMS, Maagtechnic, STIPlastics, Depagne, and EGBI.
The commercial property market in Grenoble-Isère