Faulhaber Strengthens its Position in France

Launched 10 years ago with the acquisition of Muvmo Sa, Faulhaber has been consolidating its leading position in France over the last 10 years, tripling its sales

  • September 2, 2019
  • Faulhaber France team ©Faulhaber
    Faulhaber France team ©Faulhaber

Having intensyfied its sales and marketing activities in France over the last 10 years through the acquisition of Muvmo Sa, Faulhaber has become the leading sales and service organization for miniature drive systems in France, one of the most important markets in Europe. ''We saw the potential for Faulhaber and seized the opportunity to be active with a sales organization in France. The objective was and is to achieve strong growth in the important French market, "explains Faulhaber CEO Gert Frech-Walter," and from the very beginning with ambitious goals". To achieve this goal, a stable and effective organization under the new leadership of Robert Dattola, Managing Director of Faulhaber France SAS, was established following the acquisition. As part of the Faulhaber Group, Faulhaber France was able to benefit from the modern group infrastructure and could rely on the support of the group members right from the start.

Sales tripled

Since the launch of Faulhaber France SAS on June 26, 2009, the drive specialist from Schönaich / Baden-Württemberg (Germany) has tripled its sales in the French market. Based on the reputation of the Faulhaber brand, it has been possible to achieve profitable growth by focusing on key markets through strong customer orientation and excellent service. Customers come from various industries, mainly from the aerospace, medical, robotics and industrial automation sectors.

"As Faulhaber France, we want to continue supporting our customers with high-performance, high-precision DC micro and micro drive systems for their drive solutions and continue to grow successfully," emphasizes Robert Dattola, Managing Director of Faulhaber France.

Graduated in political sciences and international relations in Paris, Anis joined the team in early 2019. Editor for IEN Europe and the new digital magazine AI IEN, he is a new tech enthusiast. Also passionate about sports, music, cultures and languages. 

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