Alpex and Marcel CARTIER are two highly performing companies whose core business is turning and precision machining. They united their strength and their technical capabilities to create the AlpexCartier group.
These are two family stories that are coming together, with complementary activities that went on for 7 generations for Alpex and 3 generations for Marcel CARTIER - and continue to go strong.
Their mission: To maintain and develop the passion of the family tradition, working in close collaboration in order to efficiently respond to their clients’ needs.
Their values: Transmit and perpetuate the know-how by promoting people and skills
AlpexCartier, it is the specialist of lathing and precision machining, from the simplest parts to the most complex ones, from 1mm to 320mm of diameter.
AlpexCartier, is the specialist for machining and milling, in small and medium production series, from 50 to more than 50 000 parts, on all materials, especially stainless and pretreated steels, as well as aluminium, copper, brass, bronze, or as all kind of alloys and plastics.
AlpexCartier operates a diversified, highly performing and continuously upgraded machine park with investments approaching 10 percent of our annual turnover.
AlpexCartier is performing a wide range of operations on numerically controlled machines, such as CNC sliding headstock machines, CNC fixed headstock machines and machining centers.
AlpexCartier delivers various specialities such as polygon turning, broaching or press work. We can realize assemblies by gluing, crimping or deforming, with the packaging of sets and sub-sets of all kinds.
Our services are carried out within the framework of a quality approach ISO 9001 certified, in the 2015 version, building on the confidence and the strong relationship with our team and our customers. We are aiming to get the ISO 9100 certification by 2022.
We strive to be environmentally friendly through an advanced approach on waste management and recycling.
AlpexCartier is also positioned in the up-and-coming hydrogen sector, by being a member of the Mont-Blanc Industries competitiveness cluster.