Hyundai establishes French subsidiary

By Murray Pollok17 March 2008

Hyundai Heavy Industries Europe (HHIE) has established a subsidiary in France, its first subsidiary in the region. The office is at Fontenay sur Eure, near Chartres, south west of Paris (pictured). Hyundai said HHIE-France would support its growing dealer network in France and help it boost its sales in the country. HHIE-France has set itself a target to sell more than 500 machines this year, increasing to 675 machines in 2008 and 1000 machines by 2010. The office is being led by Mr Yann Le Naour, HHIE-France sales manager France, supported by two new recruits: Sandra Van Heulen, network manager France and Franck Dely, after-sales inspector France.

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