La FRENCH FAB

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Creative by nature, industrial by tradition, strongly innovative, France invents the industry of tomorrow and inspires the future. Its industry stands out through strong abilities, techniques and a unique savoir-faire. La French Fab is the new inspiration for industry.

It supports a more digitized and respectful industrial era, deeply committed to designing disruptive and innovative industrial processes, always seeking to preserve an equal balance between working conditions and well-being. Passionate about energy efficiency and limiting the impact on the environment, France is at the cutting-edge of the digital transition, leading the next eco-industrial revolution, the “solutions revolution”.

La French Fab also aims at sharing responsible good practices and industrial savoir-faire to connect talented people for more inclusive and competitive jobs in a protected environment. Renowned for its excellence, and with a strong avant-garde spirit, French manufacturing is at the forefront of the factory of the future.

Launched in October 2017 by Bruno Le Maire, Minister for the Economy and Finance, La French Fab brings together, under one common banner, the industrial ecosystem across France. Indeed, La French Fab is the new name of the French industry. And it has the highest ambitions! La French Fab highlights the French manufacturing expertise and provides a vision to help revive and transform the industrial base, by connecting people, generations and territories, by implementing the use of digital and innovative solutions to sustain concrete answers to today’s challenges, in France and abroad.

The initiative is supported by the Alliance Industrie du Futur, Bpifrance, Business France, la Direction Générale des Entreprises at the Ministry for the Economy and Finance, France Industrie and les Régions de France.

With La French Fab, experience industry in a new way.

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