LASELEC has received several prizes and trophies for its dedication to development and its performance in export sales.
LASELEC, DCF trophy laureate
LASELEC was awarded the “International Development” trophy on October 5th, 2007 after having received the regional trophy of the CCIT on June 4, 2007.
The selection committee, chaired by the DCF and UBIFRANCE, rewarded the outstanding international performances of LASELEC, whose export sales accounted for more than 60% of total sales revenues in 2002 and up to 80% in 2006. The award also recognized LASELEC’s international development strategy.
The Deloitte “Fast 500 EMA” trophy is awarded to companies which have shown exceptional growth over the last five years in the EMEA zone (Europe, Middle East, Africa).
Midi-Pyrénées Export Prize 2OO5
Extract of article published by Air&Cosmos on March 25, 2005
“Funded by the Regional Counsel of the Midi-Pyrenees Region, Airbus, Air France, the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Coface, etc., the 8th Midi-Pyrenees “Export Award” was presented on the 23rd of March by Martin Malvy, President of the region.
LASELEC was among the laureates in the aerospace sector. LASELEC designs and builds state-of the-art UV laser wire & cable marking equipment, including the MRO 200 and ULYS machine lines. The company stands out through its achievement in international trade.
LASELEC is present in Europe, Africa and the Middle East and it has a subsidiary in Dallas (North Amercia). LASELEC is also very active in Asia and Oceania, through a network of distributors.
The main customers of LASELEC for its MRO 200 and ULYS lines of laser wire markers are the major aircraft manufacturers and their subcontractors, such as Airbus, Air France Industries, Honeywell and Bombardier (Canada), Celltron and Diversified Industries (USA), EADS, Eurocopter, Labinal (Mexique), LATELEC, Matis, Safran (ex Sagem)”.
Gazelle Price 2OO5
Renaud Dutreil, alongside the French Prime Minister, Dominique Villepin, launched the GAZELLES Program to help small and medium enterprises with high growth potential.
In order to promote leading by example, Renaud Dutreil wanted to identify and bring together these “gazelles” of the French economy. Therefore, high-growth enterprises were identified from among the pool of French companies with between 5 and 250 employees based on the exceptional growth of their revenue over the last two years.
These companies drive the development of business and employment, with an average of a 300% growth in sales revenue and the creation of more than 30,000 jobs collectively.
Translation of Patricia Balme’s press release, May 9, 2005.