As part of its 13thAnnual Awards presented earlier this month, ASMEP-ETI, a French Organization for medium-sized companies, awarded Mr. Olivier Schiller, owner of Septodont, the Award for “Endurance and Transmission.” The Award represents the hard work of the global Septodont Group and the Schiller family who have lead the company to become a global leader, without losing its character of open dialogue and attachment to human values.
Septodont is a French-owned company that manufactures dental products. They are the world leader in quality dental anesthetics and developer of innovative restorative material products for the dental practice and the patient. The company has been family owned since it was founded in 1932. Currently, Septodont employs over 1,200 people, has six manufacturing plants in France, North America and India, and has an international distribution network in over 150 countries. The North American presence includes production plants in Colorado and Cambridge, and a Sales and Marketing office in Pennsylvania. Septodont strives to be recognized as the organization that sets the standard for quality, performance and innovation in dental products and customer service.
Founded in 2001, the purpose of the ASMEP-ETI Awards is to promote and highlight the image, values and importance of French private businesses and medium-sized companies. The awards were founded on essential criteria such as innovation capacity, contribution to competitiveness and use of territory, international approach and openness, irreproachable quality management, the approach to transmit and measures taken to guarantee endurance and long-term growth of the company, and responsible management.
ASMEP-ETI is the French Organization of medium-sized companies, positioned between small companies and major groups. ASMEP represents over 600 members, most of which are family-owned and represent over one quarter of the employed workforce in France.