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2016 EPHJ exhibition ends successfully

  • 19.06.2016

The 15th - EPHJ EPMT -SMT fair was held from 14 to 17 June 2016 in Geneva , attracting more than 20,000 professional visitors. 

Jeanstar SA would like to thank you for your visit and passion at our first participation as an exhibitor . 

We look forward to welcoming you to our stand at the 16th edition of the EPHJ -EPMT -SMT to be held in Geneva from 20th to 23rd June 2017. 

See you next year !

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Jeanstar launches ‘Factory to you', its first concept store in Matran

  • 03.06.2016

Factory to you-A unique business model that bridges the manufacturers directly to the end users, cut out the middlemen (wholesalers, distributors, etc.) and offer you the best price/quality ratio. 

You are welcome to visit our first concept store at Champ de la croix 3, Matran, there you can TRY and have FUN with the trendy, exciting Hi-tech products.

You can also follow us on Facebook: Jeanstar, Factory To You !!

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Meet us at EPHJ exhibition in Geneva

  • 19.05.2016

We are pleased to announce our participation in the 15th EPHJ Expo in Geneva from 14th to 17th June 2016. 

We will be delighted to share with you our 30 years’ expertise in oscillating weights (Rotor) and demonstrate you our patented material, which innovatively improve the quality of the oscillating weights.

Jeanstar SA is honored to contribute to this exceptional event and look forward to meeting you there.

Please request your invitation directly by emailing us: info@jeanstar.ch

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Opening of a Swiss-Chinese watch factory in Matran (FR)

  • 19.01.2015

Partially reprint from:http://www.rts.ch/info/regions/fribourg/6464097-ouverture-d-une-usine-horlogere-helvetico-chinoise-a-matran-fr-.html

January 2015, Jeanstar SA expands towardMatran (FR), where she opened a factory to produce oscillating weights. And expects to relaunch the prestigious Swiss watch brand Damas, which was founded in 1903 in Tramelan and gained worldwide reputation in the 70s.  Jeanstar SA hopes to revive the brand that became extinct in 1984 due to the watchmaking crisis. 

 

 

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