PORTRAIT : Damien Delannoy – Directeur des Ventes Défense
Four quick questions with Damien Delannoy, Defence Sales Director Damien joined Texelis in 2012 as Sales Manager Defence and Special Vehicles, and quickly became a key figure in the transformation of Texelis’ customer base from mainly French domestic to a diversified and international customer portfolio that counts Serbia, the UAE, US, Singapore, Finland, Egypt and Canada among its number. Since […]Lire plus
Nous intégrons la plateforme d’information liée à la défense de Military Systems & Technology.
Nous intégrons la plateforme d’information liée à la défense de Military Systems & Technology. Cliquez et venez découvrir notre profil et nos solutions de mobilité ! #mobilitysolutions # #texelis # #texelislimoges LiensLire plus
Nouveau site internet : c’est parti !
Notre nouveau site internet est en ligne ! Accessible, animé et intuitif ce nouveau site internet vous fait découvrir le groupe Texelis, son savoir faire, sa technologie et ses gammes de mobilités pour les transports ainsi que la défense. Cliquez, découvrez et suivez nous ! LiensLire plus
The T750 & Serval
Advanced mobility is a battle-winning capability for today’s land forces.
The key differentiator for vehicle mobility in the field is determined by the technology employed below the hull. The capabilities of the driveline are what defines tactical mobility parameters, driving how a vehicle can be used and the operating scenarios in which it can deliver a strategic advantage..Lire plus
Bombed, rebuilt, bombed, repurposed…
Bombed, rebuilt, bombed, repurposed… The events of WWII had a devastating impact on the historic site at Limoges. In fact, the factory was bombed twice. The first time was in February 1944 when three quarters of the facilities were destroyed, and the factory was rebuilt identically. It was then bombed again in June 1944, which marked the end of activity […]Lire plus
Did you know that the Texelis site at Limoges is one of France’s most important centres of industry with a history that stretches back to the 1930s?
16 juillet 2020 Did you know that the Texelis site at Limoges is one of France’s most important centres of industry with a history that stretches back to the 1930s? date16 Juillet 2020 lieuLimoges The site was selected in 1938 to become an Arsenal for the national Air Force Repair Workshops (ARAA) within the framework of a national plan to […]Lire plus