Jean-Michel Renaudeau Left Sepro Group
Search for a Successor
Eric Radat, President of Sepro Group, commended Renaudeau for his work in building revenue and establishing highly successful strategic alliances. Sepro Group, which was one of the first companies in the world to develop Cartesian beam robots for injection-molding machines, is one of the largest independent sellers of robots in the world, offering a wider choice of robots than any supplier in the plastics industry.
Time for a Fresh Boost
"We want to give a fresh boost to Sepro Group. We must go even further and be more efficient, especially as we contend with the current downturn in the automotive industry, Sepro’s largest end-market”, Radat explained further. Sepro Group will now enter a new phase in its history, centered on strengthened efficiency and re-energized operations.
Radat has appointed Michel Maire as Interim Manager, while the organization seeks a successor to Renaudeau. “During this transition, Sepro remains committed to satisfying our customers and business partners. Existing relationships and contacts will stay the same, and we will provide additional information at a later date.” (bf)
1973 Paul Radat created SEPRO Engineering (Société d’Etude de nouveaux Produits) with the activity of automating processes for the fabrication of sheet metal parts. Today it has 11 subsidiaries and a network of 40 distributors, which represents the brand worldwide. The headquarters are in La Roche-sur-Yon (France).
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