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A strategy for growth

Co-industrialisation - a brand new model for international development

Armor Industrial Coding & Printing: co-industrialisation - an original growth model

ARMOR's growth model is based on co-industrialisation: the international expansion of the Group as a driver for the development of the French production facilities. Co-industrialisation consists of manufacturing in France and of seeking out growth beyond France and Europe in order to boost employment in France.

ARMOR produces semi-finished products in the form of large reels (jumbos) in La Chevrolière, France, and uses industrial slitting plants to convert-to-order the semi-finished products into ribbons suitable for each type of industrial printer. These plants are located on all the continents - in France, China, India, Singapore, South Africa, USA, Brazil and Mexico. The local facilities are able to respond to customer needs while reducing the environmental impact of goods transport. This mode of development enables ARMOR to secure investment and employment at its French site. The emerging Asian economies, Brazil, USA, India, South Africa and Mexico are important factors behind the growth of the Group, generating 80% of its turnover outside France.

Armor Office Printing: ARMOR's commitment to a strong, industrial Europe

ARMOR's growth model is based on co-industrialisation: the international expansion of the Group as a driver for the development of the French production facilities. Co-industrialisation consists of manufacturing in France and of seeking out growth beyond France and Europe in order to boost employment in France.

Its laser technology is managed by Armor Office Printing Corporate (AOPC), a specialist in B2B laser technology, printing products and sustainable development services. Its head office, logistics and packing facilities are based in Nantes and the semi-finished production facilities are located in Morocco. This is part of the ARMOR Group development strategy via co-industrialisation, a unique model designed to defend the interests of European industry by seeking out growth on other continents.

For ARMOR, co-industrialisation means successful globalisation

ARMOR is active on four continents and in 19 countries through its various manufacturing and logistics sites and sales offices. ARMOR has a strategy of strong growth in line with the economic development in each host country.