Since its inception in 1949, REDEX ANDANTEX has been managed by a team of engineers, always working toward the same goal : quality products and long term development.

This technology based approach led to a demanding strategy :
- Technological leadership, which means very high level of investment in R&D
- Commitment to quality, which means full control of the manufacturing process
- Superior technical support available for customers, which means strong commitment to sales and technical support network

Its technological leadership results in several new patents every year, when 30% of its turnover is made from products developed during the past 5 years.

Today, REDEX ANDANTEX remains an independent group, owning 3 production plants in Europe and in the USA (14 000 m² including more than 100 CNC machine-tools), employing more than 300 people, with more than one third being graduate engineers and technicians.

REDEX ANDANTEX worldwide sales & support network relies at first on the close team work of its four national branchs located in France, au United Kingdom, en Italy and in the USA , as well as on its local sales engineers covering Germany and Spain.
REDEX ANDANTEX is also at the heart of a large network of agents, regularly trained on the best and newest of the technology.



Andantex USA, Inc. is located in Wanamassa, NJ.

Sales, Engineering, and technical support are all located here. The company provides unique gearboxes for use on industrial machinery.

Services include application engineering for standard products, customized designs, manufacturing, assembly and after-market sales support and service for all products.

The Andantex product line consists of the widest variety of industrial Differentials in the world, as well as High-Precision Servo-Reducers, Right-Angle Drives, Mechanical Speed Control Drives, Linear Axis Drives, and Merobel Electromagnetic Particle Brake, Clutches and Torque Limiters. These products, combined with technical expertise, offer machine design engineers a wide variety of solutions to mechanical drive-train problems.