Rossignol in growth, commitment to sustainability and the end of life of products

Rossignol in growth, commitment to sustainability and the end of life of products

French ski and sportswear company posts growth across all markets and distribution channels (+24% in North America, +30% in Europe and +15% in Asia) with strong growth in sports equipment winter (+29%). The clothing and footwear ranges are also growing (+40%), which currently represent 22% of the global annual turnover (40% in France).

MONTEBELUNA. Rossignol Group reports a strong recovery for winter 2022, with 28% business growth across its brand portfolio. The French group, which also has a production plant in Montebelluna (where ski boots and ice skates are manufactured), is committed to sustainable development with the first highly recyclable ski.

The launch of the new ski. Rossignol Essential It is expected by autumn 2022, with the aim of reaching a third of its ranges with a circular and sustainable economy approach by 2028.

French ski and sportswear company posts growth across all markets and distribution channels (+24% in North America, +30% in Europe and +15% in Asia) with strong growth in sports equipment winter (+29%). The clothing and footwear ranges are also growing (+40%), which currently represent 22% of the global annual turnover (40% in France).

“We are assuming our responsibility in the face of the immense challenges of environmental conservation – declares Vincent Wauters, CEO of the Rossignol Group -. We are also moving to build partnerships, currently with MTB but others to come, in relation to end-of-life management of products. This is part of our ethical ambition to promote sustainable development, inclusion and the benefits of mountains for all.”

Headquartered near Grenoble, in the heart of the French Alps, it has five manufacturing plants in Western Europe, in addition to the US headquarters in Park City, Utah. It has a portfolio of brands such as Rossignol (mountain sports and lifestyle brand), Dynastar (specialized in skiing), Lange (high-end ski boots), Look (historic binding manufacturer), Risport (ice skating ), Kerma (ski poles). Since 2013, Rossignol has been majority owned by the Scandinavian investment fund Height.

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