Prodem moves into France

29 January 2020

Prodem Attachments has expanded its global operations with the opening of a new office in France.

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Prodem’s global range now covers 23 attachments for demolition and construction applications

Covering the whole of the country with its new base in Valence in the south east of the country, Prodem Attachments has appointed David Vallet as French sales manager. With a career spanning over 25 years in the construction and industrial sector, David will work with dealers across the country to bring the company’s hydraulic excavator attachments to the French market.

Established in 2003, Prodem is a respected supplier of high-quality hydraulic excavator attachments in the demolition, recycling, plant hire, construction and civil engineering sectors. Its range now comprises 23 attachments to suit most demolition and construction applications.

Its core demolition attachment range is complemented with more specialist application attachments such as a rotary screening bucket and rotary tree shear, as well as specialist grabs, and general construction attachments including compactor plates, excavator mounted pallet forks and pipe lifters. Recent additions to the line-up include the PCB Crusher Bucket.

David Vallet said: “I’m delighted to be working to bring Prodem attachments to the French market. It’s an exciting time for the company and I’m confident that the market will be bowled over by the quality and cost effectiveness of the attachments on offer.”

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