ISV Industrie-Steck-Vorrichtungenhas been renamed Marechal GmbH

From Jan 1, 2015, ISV Industrie-Steck-Vorrichtungen GmbH has been renamed Marechal GmbH. This change only concerns the naming and the logo. The well-known sales, technical consulting and production team remains. All other legal and organizational regulations remain unchanged as well.

Nowadays the name Marechal relates to the assembly and distribution of internationally standardized Marechal sockets. After being founded in 1969 and the development of sales in Germany, the sales territory was later extended to Austria, Switzerland and Eastern Europe.

The parent company Marechal Electric has...

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