About Us

Groupe Sotramon has been providing a wide range of engineering services (structural steel works,
lagging and cladding works, boiler erection, fabrication and erection of piping, tanks erection, crane services, repairs and maintenance works) from small to large scale projects, to both private and public sector since its inception in 1983.

No project is too big or too small for our team to perform. We go the extra mile to provide solutions. Focus is on quality service, schedule management, keeping dates firm and forecasts as accurate as we respect deadline of our Clients.

Board Members

William Ah-Sue
William Ah-SueChairman
Born in 1947, William Ah Sue graduated as an Agronomist at the School of Agriculture, University of Mauritius. He started his career at the Mount Sugar Estate as Chemist and Chef de Quart. He then worked in Africa in the sugar industry for four years before joining the contracting industry with IBL. In 1980, he started his own business in the contracting field by upgrading the first sugar mill in St Benoit, Reunion Island (capacity from 150 MT to 250 MT).

In 1983, Sotramon Limitée was set up; a company engaged in mechanical and structural engineering. He became Chairman of Groupe Sotramon on 7th October 2009.

He currently sits on several boards which include Sotravic Limitée, Sotramon Limitée, Sotracom Limitée, Maxworks Ltd and Consolidated Energy Co Ltd. He is also an active member of the Rotary Club of Port Louis.

Barbara Ah-Sue
Barbara Ah-SueChief Executive Officer
Born in 1974, Barbara Ah Sue holds a BSc in Business Studies and French from the University of Surrey, UK and Institut d’Etudes Politique de Toulouse, France and a MSc in Human Resource Management (UK). She started her career in the hospitality sector in Seychelles as a Personnel Administrator and Trainer. She then worked in the capacity of HR in Australia for an International Direct Sales Company and in 2006 she was promoted as a HR & Recruitment Manager for the six offices around Australia.

In 2009, She joined Sotracom Limitée as Commercial Director and became Managing Director in the same year. She was appointed CEO of Groupe Sotramon in January 2015. She currently sits on the Board of Sotramon Limitee, Maxworks Limitee and Sotracom Limitee. She is also a member of the Mauritius Institute of Directors (MIoD) and Chinese Chamber of Commerce (CCC).

Mission Statement

Our Vision…

To be the Preferred Heavy Engineering Group In the Region and Promote Development.

By Providing…

High Quality Service, Quick Response and On Time Deliveries

We Value…

Hard Work, Honesty, Health, Safety and the Environment, Team Spirit and Respect

Our Culture

We believe our people are our greatest asset.

Personal Integrity, Positive Attitude, Innovative Spirit, Dedication and Passion for the work are essential traits that define individual success in our company.

We create a challenging, safe and rewarding environment that people want to be a part of.

Principles that guide our culture:

  • We respect the value and contribution of every person and recognize that every job is essential to our success
  • We are ethical and honest
  • We provide a healthy and safe workplace
  • We respect each other’s values
  • We believe that teams, not individuals, are the essential unit of this organization
  • We recognize the value and importance of balance between work and family

Health and Safety

We are fully committed to provide the safest work place possible for the well being of the employees of the company.

Every employee, starting from Top Management to shop floor workers are totally committed to achieve the standard required.

We actively participate in identifying and eliminating hazards that may develop during work process to ensure compliance with all safety rules and regulations.

Necessary resources are given to set up safety committees composed of management and elected employees.

Training is provided to ensure tasks are performed properly, thereby limiting the risks of injury in the workplace. No task is so important that an employee must violate a safety rule or take the risk of injury or illness in order to get the job done.

“The right way to do the job is the safe way to do the job”.


Re-branding of logos

February 7, 2017

Re-branding of logos

Re-branding of logos.

30 years of Sotramon Limitee

September 5, 2013

30 years of Sotramon Limitee

Celebrated 30 years of Sotramon Limitee.

Transfer of Sotradredge and Sotrasol to Sotravic

May 14, 2008

Transfer of Sotradredge and Sotrasol to Sotravic

Transfer of Sotradredge and Sotrasol to Sotravic.

Purchase of 300 Tons Crawler Crane

September 2, 2005

Purchase of 300 Tons Crawler Crane

Purchase of 300 Tons Crawler Crane, unique to Mauritius and the Indian Ocean.

Acquisition of Maxworks

August 8, 2005

Acquisition of Maxworks

Acquisition of Maxworks, a mechanical & Structural Engineering Company.

Establish Sotrasset

February 19, 2002

Establish Sotrasset

Setting up of Sotrasset, a financial/investment company.

Establishment of Sotradredge

May 23, 2000

Establishment of Sotradredge

Establishment of Sotradredge, the first Mauritian dredging company holding a Pioneer certificate.

Establishment of Sotracom

August 19, 1999

Establishment of Sotracom

Launching of Sotracom Limitee, a distributor of steel products and equipment to the engineering industry.

Establishment of Sotratech

August 1, 1997

Establishment of Sotratech

Establishment of Sotratech, an Energy and Process Technology company.

Setting up Sotramon Overseas

May 1, 1993

Setting up Sotramon Overseas

Setting up of Sotramon Overseas, structural and mechanical engineering with an offshore certificate.

Establishment of Sotramon Limitee

September 5, 1983

Establishment of Sotramon Limitee

Creation of Sotramon, a Mechanical and Structural Engineering Company.