With the advent of a second office in the east of France, we would like to inform you about the expansion of Voortman Steel Machinery in France. Voortman France provides sales and technical support and is ready to assist you in all your existing and future projects in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg and North Africa.
A new sales manager, Maxime Dagbert is added to the French team. Therefore, our team in France now consists of Sébastien Cantin (sales manager), Pascal Guitard (support and after-sales service), François Mahé (support after-sales and service) and now Maxime Dagbert (sales manager). They operate from Nantes, Clermont Ferrand as well as Lyon and strengthen our current sales team active in France, but also the regional sales managers of our head office in the Netherlands.
Let us introduce you to Maxime Dagbert!
My name is Maxime Dagbert, next to Sébastien Cantin, I'm in charge of Voortman's current customers and Voortman's commercial development in Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg and the eastern half of France.
With my entrepreneurial experience in the domain of industrial welding and cutting equipment, I am happy to join the dynamic team of Voortman so that we can together propose you solutions of the factory of tomorrow. Do not hesitate to contact me, I am available to present our automated and innovative manufacturing solutions.
Contact Voortman France or visit the Experience Center
Feel free to contact Sébastien Cantin or Maxime Dagbert from Voortman France to make an appointment and find out what Voortman can do for your workshop to increase productivity, save man-hours and reduce costs.
It is also possible to visit the Voortman Experience Center in the Netherlands. The Experience Center is a new facility in which the showroom of Voortman Steel Machinery is combined with a high-tech academy for engineers and machine operators. Plan your visit by contacting Voortman France.
To provide our existing and potential French customers with the latest news, we created a magazine that is available in French (and English and German). Check out the magazine and keep up with the latest developments on steel processing.