Our Impact

Apple computer refurbishing with Okamac

Sector: Circular economy 

Impact on UNSDGs

Okamac is the European leader of Apple computer reconditioning, offering B2C, B2B and B2G clients one of the largest catalogues of the market for MacBook, iMac, Mac Mini and Mac pro, up to 70% more affordable than new devices. Thanks to its unique technical know-how, Okamac combines high environmental and impact with economic viability.

Okamac is the only fully integrated player specialized on the Apple computer segment. Thanks to its sourcing strategy, Okamac is able to secure large volumes of computers from Apple’s “Trade In” program.

The company tests, cleans, repairs and refurbishes all computers in-house in its workshops in Angers, guaranteeing a high level of quality control.

Okamac is recognized for its unique ability to refurbish older and lower grade computers, allowing to save 115 to 257 kg of CO2 equivalent and up to 1.6 kg of raw materials for each reconditioned device while preserving operating margins.

Okamac operates in France and Europe, with c.50% international sales.


> 50k

computers sold in 2022

> 81 tons

of raw materials saved in 2022


customer satisfaction

Meridiam’s Green Impact Growth Fund acquired a majority stake in Okamac alongside its Founder, Alban Régnier, and its General Manager, Juliette Vogler.

Why We Invested in Okamac

To support the growth of a global champion of computer reconditioning and to participate actively in the decarbonation of the sector:

  • Strengthen its leadership position in France in both B2C and B2B/B2G
  • Accelerate international development in Europe and beyond
  • Further strengthen the resilience of its model through diversified sourcing & distribution
  • Invest in continued R&D, process innovation and product portfolio diversification

Okamac’s impact 

Okamac’s major contributions to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are mostly on:

  • SDG 12 – Responsible consumption and production by avoiding tons of natural ressources usage and tons of e-waste
  • SDG 13 – Climate change by avoiding emissions of tons of CO2 from the manufacturing of new computers
  • SDG 8 – Decent work and economic growth by the jobs created within Okamac and the savings for consumers when purchasing reconditioned computers

Overall Okamac should prevent the emission of more than 65,000 tons of CO2 during the next 5 years, and contribute to a sustainable economic growth.

> Learn more from the press release


Source: image rights @Okamac 

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