New Office Opening In Lyon, France

Rebound Electronics are pleased to announce the opening of a new office in France, based in Lyon the largest city of the Rhône-Alpes region.

The city represents one of the most important economies in Europe and is home to numerous high-tech industries such as; biotechnology, software development, game design, internet services as well as fostering a growing start-up sector.

As one of the only electronic distributors with ISO: 9001:2008, AS9120: RevA (Mil/Aero accreditation), ISO13485 (Medical accreditation) and SC21 Silver Status our customers will now benefit from our extended presence.

Fabienne Michel, Regional Sales Manager who will be heading up the division said “The opening of the new office in Lyon strengthens our position within the French market and allows us to support our growing customer base. We now have the opportunity to promote the group services to new prospects by developing local support in an area with continual economic and cultural growth.”

The Lyon office can be contacted on:

Phone: 003 478 882808

Email: fabienne.michel@reboundeu.com

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