10.02.2017 - 14.02.2017 — Hall: 3.1 Stand: A 70A
Nogent *** Manufacturer of knives and kitchen utensils. Nogent *** products are 100% made in France.
Our factory was founded in 1923 by skilled french crafstman, Louis André. Today the factory is still in the same location: in Biesles, in the Champagne region of France.
Nogent is an area stepped in history where the tradition of manufacturing knives has been carried out since the middle ages.
Our production methods are honed by years of experience. All our blades are hand ground and we only used solid natural hornbeam wood, dried for one year in the factory (to ensure the highest quality), and known for its hardeness.
Stringent quality controls are applied in all the stages of manufacture by long-term and experienced personnel, which guarantees reliable products for a lifetime use. 42 successive operations in 10 different workshops are required to produce a Nogent *** knive or kitchen utensil.
Sensitive to the environmental protection, Nogent *** conserve energy and treat water used in the industrial process with a modern purification system. All the wood used in production comes from managed sustainable sources.
Year after year and looking towards to the future, Nogent *** maintains strongly its fundamental values, pride in a job well done and development of local employment to continuearrow to produce high quality products 100% made in France.
This know-how permit us to obtain the EPV label (Living Heritage Company). This label is a mark of recognition of the French State, put in place to rewardarrow firms for the excellence of their traditional and industrial skills.
Designed not to be sharpened. The secret uis the micro-serration exclusive to NOGENT***. With 4 tiny...
Designed not to be sharpened. The secret is the micro-serration exclusive to NOGENT***. With 4 tiny...
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