Senior members of the French government have visited vehicle mount manufacturing specialist Klubb Group, where they officially launched the country’s Covid-19 export recovery plan, during a round-table discussion in the factory.
Minister for the Economy Bruno Le Maire, along with Franck Riester, who heads up Foreign Trade and Alain Griset, Delegate to the Minister of the Economy, chose Klubb’s factory in Ferrières-en-Brieas, for the meeting in recognition of the company’s successful export strategy.
“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,” said Henri Bourrellis, export director of Klubb Group said, “Export is a strategic axis for our company. The health crisis represents a violent obstacle to our development in this sector.”
The company produces more than 2,000 lifts, which are distributed to 20 countries around the world. It has five factories in France and the UK and employs 400 people
“We are proud to see our efforts and our work recognised as part of this official visit to our plant,” added Julien Bourrellis, president of Klubb.