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Our History :

1957 : The FABER company is founded in Sedan (in the Ardennes region)

Faber is named after a man called Marshal Abraham de Fabert, the first military governor of this former independent principality. He lies in a crypt classified as a historical monument in Sedan.

The company's activity was initially associated with the local textile industry, but then turned towards the booming food and packaging industries.

Since the 70’s : Manufacture and design of plastic chains (of metric size) and sliding profiles for conveyors.

Beginning of the 80’s : Faber designs and manufactures feed-screws for packaging lines.

1985-1986 : Manufacture and design of the first conveyors in stainless steel. Faber buys a first CNC machine to produce feed-screws with variable pitch and twisting bottle screw systems.

1987 : Production of the first modular conveyors in aluminum (the Robur 2 range)

1989 : New location in the Industrial Zone of Bazeilles (near Sedan) in a factory of 3000 m2. The Robur conveyor range is expanding.

1996 : Faber distributes chains and belts in France on behalf of the company UNI and expands its Bazeilles location by 2000 m2.

1997 : Faber is ISO 9001 certified.

2018 : Faber buys the Coris Company, increasing the Faber workforce to 84 employees.
Nowadays, Faber is known for the design and the manufacture of equipment for chain conveyors and plastic belts, and components for packaging machines. These products involve plastic machining and aluminum metal construction.
 

November 2017 :

FABER recruits and reveals its new ambitions

A great industrial deployment project

FABER which is celebrating its 60 anniversary this year, designs and manufactures technical plastic parts and aluminum conveyors for packaging lines.

The Bazeilles-based company is growing steadily and with its 70 collaborators has a 10 million€ turnover.

In July 2017, The Faber Company joined the Rhône-Alpes industrial Elcom Group development, which also owns the Elcom Company.

This merger of the two companies is in line with the group's strategic ambition to create a solid player of European standing, with a steady and profitable growth.

Faber and Elcom complete each other, whether in terms of products or customers. The combination of know-how and skills of each will benefit both of them.