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French facility boosts Flexicon’s European offering

Flexicon (Europe) Ltd has opened an office in Dijon to provide factory-direct sales and application engineering services to customers in France and surrounding regions.

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French facility boosts Flexicon’s European offering

The new location will be headed by Emmanuel Decoeur, regional sales manager, who holds a degree in Engineering (BTS FEE) from Lycée Hippolyte Fontaine (Dijon) and has served in various technical engineering positions since 2001.


He most recently served as technical sales engineer for a major beverage company, managing the development, costing and installation of industrial process systems, and has trained on-site at Flexicon’s European headquarters in Kent, UK.


Decoeur will be responsible for building relationships with plant managers, engineers and other decision-makers in facilities that handle bulk solid materials across the food, pharmaceutical, mineral and general chemical industries.


“The local Dijon staff will have full access to Flexicon’s engineering resources derived from over 22,000 installations worldwide which, together with our Lifetime Performance Guarantee, can take the risk out of purchasing bulk handling equipment and systems,” noted Greg Slack, vice president global sales, Flexicon Corporation.

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