Wednesday, 9 May 2012

New president of the French Mecatronics Association (ARTEMA)

We all know that the French have elected a new president in their country but the French Mecatronics community also has a new president in Bruno Grandjean of REDEX.

ARTEMA represents some 120 companies, employing a total of nearly 30,000 people in France and generates an industrial activity of €5billion. With a strong Mechatronics orientation in common, these companies represent 80% of the country's production.

With a consolidated turnover of €50m and 7 subsidiaries across the world, 300 employees worldwide and an export rate of 90%, REDEX is a European leader in Mechatronics providing critical components for ultra-high precision machines around the world. Planes, cars or boat manufacturing as well as wind mills or power plants are manufactured on the most modern machines equipped with.

REDEX Drives, justifying the company’s motto: "Great Achievements start with us". REDEX products are 100% built in Europe and demonstrate the strength of European Engineering.

Bruno Grandjean, 47 years old, has joined REDEX in 1995 after a working in the aerospace industry. He holds a degree in Engineering and a Master of Science from Stanford University.

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