A report devoted to French export-oriented companies was broadcast in the TV News on Sunday, February 11th.
TF1 is the main TV channel in France.
THIBAUT achieves 60 to 70% of its turnover on export (United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Poland, Russia, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil…).
Today, more than 6000 THIBAUT machines have been installed in 72 countries on 5 the continents.
Several reasons explain this success of international development. First of all, innovation enables the company to release about 3 new products every year, which makes it possible to stand up to competitors (mainly European). The commercial network which is active on all continents allows us to be closer to the customers. And finally, the customer service is constantly looking to improve itself in order to satisfy demanding professional customers.
As part of our international expansion, a subsidiary was created in Germany in 2017 (in Saarbrücken).
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