“Forging your future” – Stevenin Nollevaux
Stevenin Nollevaux is a privately owned company located in Northern France with 80 qualified employees. The company produces forged and machined steel components up to 5 kg for customers who manufacture i.e. material handling equipment, construction systems, agricultural machinery such as trucks and trailers, etc.
- Forging on 4 different forging lines, including the direct quenching process and one robotized forging line. A new robotized forging line will be implemented 2019.
- Processing of many different steel grades from carbon steels to stainless steel.
- ISO 9001 certified
- Annual sales : 15.3 M€
- Exports : 80 %
- Assembly is also proposed
Stevenin Nollevaux offers technical and digital support for your projects and new mechanical application systems. The company’s win-win strategy is based on partnership, co-design and co-development in total trust and confidentiality. Close and ongoing contact with your engineering team enables SN to suggest the best alternative solutions. Thanks to rapid prototyping and digital simulation, a few parts can be tested before launching any tooling; this helps achieve a perfect optimized design.
The monthly quality and delivery performance scorecards provided by SN’s major customers show a 100% reliability on quality, service and just in time deliveries. A Swedish OEM in the truck industry has awarded Stévenin Nollevaux “best supplier of the year” status.
For more information please contact :
Denmark : Brigitte MARCEL, Senior Trade Advisor, Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Finland : Vincent JOLY, Senior Trade Advisor, Email : email@example.com
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