Steelwrist creates French company

By Sandy Guthrie10 January 2019


A Steelwrist tiltrotator

Swedish tiltrotator and work tool manufacturer Steelwrist has set up a French subsidiary, which it said would strengthen its presence on the French market.

The new company will be called Steelwrist France SAS.

Steelwrist said that as the market for tiltrotators continued to grow, it was strengthening its presence in markets of strategic importance. The company has had its own organisation in France for some years, but is now taking a step further by establishing a local company.

Nicolas Proust, country manager for France, said, “We are pleased to take this important step in growing our organisation by establishing a formal entity in France.

“This will allow us to more immediately and thoroughly meet the needs of our customers in the region. We look forward to continuing to grow and expand in France.”

The new company’s offices, set up at the start of the year, are in Massy, just to the south of Paris.

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