Heuroplan was a French-Swiss watchmaking group in the 1960s.
Founded by 1959, Heuroplan consisted of Movado, Cyma, Eska, and Juvenia of Switzerland and Nappey of France. The purpose of the firm was to promote sales of the five brands, especially in France. The group exhibited together at shows from 1960 through 1962 before the component companies broke off to join other watch groups. Cyma joined Synchron, Movado-Zenith-Mondia was formed, and Juvenia joined the CHP. Nappey was defunct.