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Horus again EPV labelled

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Horus obtains the EPV label again.

What an honor for our teams.

Our company Horus has obtained, once again, the prestigious certification, Entreprise du patrimoine vivant (Living Heritage Company).

The label Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV) is a state recognition mark set up to distinguish French companies with excellent craft and industrial know-how.

Many thanks to the EPV label and to the Minister of Economy and Finance Bruno Lemaire for this mark of renewed confidence.

(image) photo portrait de Bruno Le Maire, Ministre de l'économie et des finances
« "Horus has been able to maintain its high level of excellence, thus enabling it to retain its place in this prestigious network of 1500 companies distinguished for their know-how and expertise.”
Bruno Le Maire, Ministre de l'économie et des finances »

Horus' exceptional craftsmanship and expertise

Horus has developed a unique craftsmanship and expertise in the manufacture of high-end faucets that meet the highest quality and environmental standards. This culture of excellence can be explained by the production of luxury faucets that our company has been designing since its creation for high-end faucets for hotels and palaces around the world.

By remaining in contact and listening to our clients’ requirements, we are constantly challenging our notion of perfection. Horus is perfectly in line with the new ”codes of luxury” by offering a more ecological vision of its manufacturing processes but also by placing the Human being at the heart of its development process. Together we will go further…

French excellence highlighted and clearly identified by the EPV label

The EPV label (Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant – Living Heritage Company) is the only State distinction associated with the recognition of exceptional craftsmanship. The EPV label aims to promote French companies of excellence in order to encourage their growth.

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Innovation and tradition, the main assets of French craftsmanship and industry

Faced with increased global competition and trade globalisation, the recognition of the quality of products made in France can prove difficult. In order to simplify the identification of craftsmen and industries which master rare craftsmanship, the EPV label was created under the aegis of the public authorities.

Based on a very rigorous selection procedure, its aim is to highlight the high technicality, creativity or cultural significance of manufacturing activities.

The EPV label, an asserted commitment to support exceptional French craftsmanship

The label also aims to create a favourable environment for the development of representatives of French excellence. For example, it integrates several complementary activities such as export support and international communication.

At the operational level, tax arrangements help the transmission of know-how between generations, while partnerships improve the financing of growth projects in companies.

Thanks to its promotion of rare, traditional or highly innovative expertise, the EPV label effectively reinforces the commercial attractiveness of companies emblematic of French excellence.

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