CT appoints Stéphane Abreu as new country manager of France.


CT appoints Stéphane Abreu as new country manager of France.

CT, a leader in providing technological innovations for the entire product life cycle, appointed Stéphane Abreu as Country Manager of France, effective February 2020.

Stéphane joined CT in 2013 after integrating his company into the group, and since the very first day, he has greatly contributed to the development of CT in France. As Site Manager of the Marseille office, Stéphane has tripled the staff and turned CT into a preferred engineering supplier of some of the most important industrial companies in southeastern France. He graduated as a mechanical engineer (UTC) in 2004 and has a Master in Business Administration. Stéphane is 38 years old, married, and father of 3 children.

In order to ensure a seamless transition, Stéphane and the current Country Manager, Stanislas Choppin, will share the role until September 30. They will work side by side to achieve the group´s 2020 objectives for France. Stéphane will also continue to perform the role of Marseille Site Manager during this transition period.

Stanislas Choppin was recruited as the interim Country Manager for France in June 2016 and he has more than fulfilled this mission. Under his tenure, turnover in France, the economic performance has consistently grown and CT has completed two new acquisitions that have expanded its geographical footprint (with new offices in Saint Nazaire and Paris) and technical capabilities (by entering the Naval, Scientific Software and Defense industries). Stanislas will remain permanently linked to CT as Site Manager of the Paris office, contributing to the future development of the group. He will also continue as responsible for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) for France.

“I would like to thank Stanislas for his enormous effort and commitment, beyond what I could have ever expected. Finally, I am convinced that with Stephane's leadership and the support of all of us, CT will continue to grow and prosper in France for many years to come”, says Vicente Egea, General Director.