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Faymonville opens branch establishment in France – New mainstay in Paris

Faymonville opens branch establishment in France – New mainstay in Paris

The greater Paris metropolitan area, with around 10 million inhabitants, constitutes the heart of France. Faymonville has now opened up its own branch establishment just outside the always pulsating capital. 

Faymonville Opens Paris Branch

The nearby town of Villeron was chosen as the new company site, and the employees recently moved into the offices there. So effective immediately we’re offering a permanent point of contact to the French clientele of this region. “The region in and around Paris was long served directly by Faymonville. Via this branch establishment, we now wish to get even closer to the customers, just as the various dealers in other parts of the country are also doing”, says General Manager Alain Faymonville, explaining the reasons behind this strategic expansion.

That Paris was selected, moreover, has very simple geographical reasons, “in the final analysis, almost one-sixth of the entire French population lives in this core region”. Thus Faymonville is intentionally coming closer to its customers and to do so is consciously creating the space and possibilities for optimal human relations – both in product consultation and project supervision, and for sales on site.

“Stock vehicles from our entire product line are directly available on the Villeron site. If necessary, our dealers can draw on this vehicle pool as well.” Moreover, according to Alain Faymonville, in the medium term the Paris branch will continue to develop and will soon offer the tried-and-tested and universally-appreciated complete service. “We anticipate that as of spring 2015 spare parts will also be available there, and a modern workshop will make it possible to maintain and repair the various semi-trailers”.

The “Hexagon” (as France is often referred to because of its shape) has always been one of Faymonville´s core markets in Europe. A broad sales network consisting of our own distribution staff plus selected dealers handle the distribution from Lille to Nice and from Caen to Straßbourg, and our “Faymonville France” site will now be integrated into this existing structure.

Along with the production works in Belgium, Luxembourg and Poland and the service station set up last spring in Russia, Faymonville France fits neatly into the ever-expanding network of the Belgian manufacturer´s international locations.

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