FE Benelux moves location

By Euan Youdale06 April 2022

FE Benelux Photo: FE Benelux

FE Benelux, the Belgian-based subsidiary of FE Group, which includes vehicle mount specialist France Elévateur, has changed its location.

After 10 years the branch has moved, with its six employees a short distance from its previous location close to Mouscron in the south west of Belgium to its new location close to the city of Tournai.

The new building, which has easy access from five major roads, has a larger surface area and state-of-the-art facilities that will allow FE Benelux to significantly increase its ambitions. In addition, employees will benefit from a better working environment, says the company.

The relocation of the Benelux branch follows the acquisition of the Spanish vehicle mount producer Movex in March 2021 by France Elévateur.

“FE Group has taken a turn towards internationalisation and continues to expand throughout Europe.

FE Benelux Photo: FE Benelux

“This new location will allow FE Benelux and its six employees to continue to provide the marketing of aerial work platforms on one hand and its service and maintenance missions on the other.

The company added, “This new strategic location will allow FE Group to ensure an even more thorough follow-up of the vehicles and ultimately to be closer to its customers and partners. Thanks to these new facilities, FE Group will be able to improve its visibility in Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.”

FE Benelux The new FE Benelux facilities. (Photo; FE Group).
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