Green Transfo SAS was established as a subsidary of Groupe Cahors Holding SAS in 2023 after the merger and acquisition of two transformer manufacturing plants that have a legacy of more than 60 years under different global organizations. We are proud to continue this legacy of excellence in the transformer industry and are committed to providing our customers with high-quality products and services.
At Green Transfo SAS, we specialize in the design, production, and distribution of a wide range of transformers, including power transformers, distribution transformers, and special transformers. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities are equipped with the latest technology and equipment, allowing us to produce transformers that meet the highest industry standards.
We believe in sustainability and are committed to reducing our environmental footprint. We incorporate eco-friendly materials and production methods into our manufacturing process whenever possible, and we work closely with our suppliers to ensure that our raw materials are ethically sourced.
Our team is comprised of experienced professionals who are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service. We work closely with our customers to understand their unique needs and to provide customized solutions that meet their specific requirements.
At Green Transfo SAS, we believe that our success is built on a foundation of trust, integrity, and respect. We are committed to upholding these values in everything we do, and we strive to build long-lasting relationships with our customers, suppliers, and partners.
Business Title: Green Transfo SAS
Business: Electrical Equipment Manufacturig, Oil and Dry Type Transformer
Address: Zone Industrielle de Regourd CAHORS / FRANCE
Subsidiaries: Green Transfo Energy Turkey Enerji Endustrisi San. Ve Tic. A.S. | Mefta Green Transfo Energy Poland Sp. z o.o.
Headquarters located in Cahors, France, Green Transfo SAS has manufacturing facilities in Turkey and Poland and sales offices in United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Poland and Turkey.