Telfordâs Fabweld Steel Products has managed to secure a stand at the largest procurement event in France for public agencies. The access and drainage cover manufacturer are hoping that this stand at the event will help the company to expand further into the French markets. The company is looking for more work across the channel following the completion of a high profile project in the country.
The procurement event will take place in the Porte de Versailles in Paris between November the 21st and 23rd. The Salon des Maires et des CollectivitÃ©sis known for being the only national event that attracts all of the major players in the public procurement industry. Fabweld Steel Products are looking to expand their reach into the French sector with a display of their high security products after the design and manufacture of replacement access covers for the entrance of the Palais des Festivals et des CongrÃ¨s in Cannes, the home of the popular, high profile film festival. The manufacturer also delivered replacement covers at several other locations for civil engineers ETS Brosio. This work has been carried out on behalf of the Cannes Waste Water Syndicate.
The success that has been experienced by Fabweld Steel Products in Cannes has encouraged them to look for more opportunities in France. The representatives for the company will be showcasing the their FAB Secureâ¢ range which includes access covers, doors, cabinets, kiosks, modular buildings, mesh cages, window bars and sets of more bespoke security devices that will offer the maximum level of asset protection at all times. This range is considered to be particularly popular with utility and water companies who are looking for an additional level of security.
The access and drainage cover manufacturer worked closely with their partners in Cannes through the design and manufacturing stages and offered support during the installation of their products. Hopefully the work that they have carried out will help Fabweld Steel Products to take on more projects in France in the future.