French Minister of Economy visits Klubb’s headquater factory
Ferrières-en-Brie, October, 13th – Bruno Le Maire and two other ministers – Franck Riester in charge of Foreign Trade and Alain Griset, Delegate to the Minister of the Economy – chose to visit the Klubb factory as an example of a sucessful exporting company. They officially launched the recovery plan for exportations in France during a round-table in the factory.
“Export is a strategic axis for our company. The health crisis represents a violent obstacle to our development in this sector, even if we continue to work on the tracks detected before the appearance of the Coronavirus. This recovery plan represents significant support in the face of the immediate consequences of the crisis and will facilitate an international rebound after the crisis”,
underlines Henri Bourrellis, Export Director of Klubb Group.
“We are proud to see our efforts and our work recognized as part of this official visit to our plant.”,
adds Julien Bourrellis, president of Klubb Group.
More than 2 000 lifts are produced in the 5 Klubb Group factories in France and in the UK. The company employs 400 people and its products are distributed in 20 countries around the world.
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