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PRODEM open new office in France

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Company strengthens foothold in European market with new facility in Valence

PRODEM Attachments have opened a new office in Valence, south-east of France, to support major growth plans for the future. The company has also appointed David Vallet as its new French sales manager.

With a career spanning over 25 years in the construction and industrial sectors, Mr Vallet will use his wealth of knowledge to work with various dealers across the country and bring PRODEM’s hydraulic excavator attachments range to the French market. 

'We are thrilled to be expanding our operations into France,’ commented Matthew Bastable of PRODEM. ‘While we have previously exported and supplied attachments to various projects in the country, setting up a permanent base and sales force is a huge milestone for the company. We are very excited to see what the future holds for PRODEM France.’

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Vallet said: ‘I’m delighted to be working with Matthew to bring PRODEM attachments to the French market. It’s an exciting time for the company and I’m confident that the market will be bowled over by the quality and cost-effectiveness of the PRODEM attachments on offer.’ 

Founded in 2003, PRODEM are one of Europe’s leading suppliers of high-quality hydraulic excavator attachments for the demolition, plant hire, construction and waste-recycling sectors. The company has engineered 23 different attachments to date, suiting most demolition and construction applications. 

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