The ERAM Group, shoemakers since 1927, has developed genuine French expertise. 350 men and women work at its two factories in Maine-et-Loire and today help preserve this precious legacy.
Renovated and inaugurated in 2015, the women’s shoe workshop in Maine-et-Loire supports our brands for the products made in France.
The production workshop represents our history as a French manufacturer, our trade as shoe craftsmen and is also a hub for our different skills and expertise.
Inside the workshop’s 6,500m², 240 men and women manufacture 650,000 pairs of shoes a year.
THE JARZÉ FACTORY
Parade has been creating and manufacturing safety shoes in France for over 35 years and has also been selling a textile range since 2016.
Parade products are designed to adapt to protection and safety requirements for industry and the service sector. Parade combines French expertise and technology to provide every worker the protection they need.
The Jarzé production site, with its cutting-edge technical resources, ensures Parade is the leading French safety shoe manufacturer.
Preserving and developing our territorial heritage is essential for our group because our history began in Maine-et-Loire.
Conscious of our wealth of expertise, in 2014 the Group created the Eram Shoe School to continue preserving our expertise and ensure the legacy is passed on to younger generations.
The course lasts 15 months and is taught by our expert craftsmen, and graduates receive a professional diploma.
Every year, dozens of young recruits pick up the torch and discover the shoe trade’s complexities and riches.