ABEO is a French Group and one of the global leaders in the sports and leisure equipment sector.
ABEO's activities are divided into 3 divisions :
Gymnastics with the brands GYMNOVA, JANSSEN-FRITSEN, SPIETH GYMNASTICS and SPIETH AMERICA, who are among the ranks of the world leaders in this speciality. Between the four of them, they have participated in the Olympic Games 14 times: JANSSEN-FRITSEN was a supplier to the Beijing Games in 2008, GYMNOVA at London 2012, and SPIETH GYMNASTICS and GYMNOVA supplied the Rio Games in 2016, and SPIETH provided gymnastics equipment to Tokyo in 2021. These four ABEO brands give the Group a strong presence on every continent.
Other sports, via SCHELDE SPORTS, which specialises in team sports - particularly basketball, and was the official supplier of the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2021, in basketball and 3x3. O’JUMP, which specialises in wrestling and other combat sports, ADEC SPORT, a generalist Belgian company, ERHARD SPORT which specialises in equipping gymnasiums n Germany, CANNICE in China, BOSAN in the Netherlands.
Each of ABEO's brands designs its own product range in its own design office, produces the products using its own subsidiaries, then markets and installs them. This system gives each brand a great deal of autonomy.
ABEO coordinates the overall activities from its head office in Rioz (70 - Haute-Saône) and its secondary office in Lyon (69 - Rhône). GYMNOVA and O'JUMP are based in Marseille, JANSSEN-FRITSEN in Helmond (Netherlands), SPIETH GYMNASTICS in Altbach (Germany), ENTRE-PRISES near Grenoble, TOP 30 in Aviles (Spain), FRANCE EQUIPEMENT, SUFFIXE in Rioz, SANITEC in Tours, PROSPEC in Rotherham (UK). To view all of the Group's locations, Click here.
Since 2010, ABEO has tripled its sales volume due to significant international expansion. ABEO makes 27% of its sales in France, 56% in Europe and 17% in the rest of the world.
With over 1339 employees, including 378 in France, ABEO's teams are spread over 50 sites.
ABEO is also involved in culture, occupational integration and humanitarian action. The Group is particularly involved in the development of «Ateliers sans Frontières» and «Sports for Children Foundation», associations which recycle sports equipment to give it a second life.
ABEO's share capital is owned by Olivier Estèves, CEO, Jacques JANSSEN, Board member and a reference shareholder, Credit Mutuel Equity, Fonds Nobel, BPI France, and the public.