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Plastiques soudés JC KELLER et CIE

Manufacturing and working of plastic items
20-22 Rue Botzaris
75019 Paris

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Plastiques soudés JC KELLER et CIE was founded in 1958 in the Buttes Chaumont district of Paris. They invented the custom inflatable. They specialise in manufacturing inflatable items for events, fashion and luxury markets.
Their specialist expertise uses the chisel cutter, cutter and welding. All work is carried out by hand.

Their customers consist of a dozen event agencies, temporary event organisers, art production companies and institutions who regularly order inflatable items: Hôtel du Collectionneur, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Franck Pelletier (Les Allumeurs), Options, Concept Décoration, Agence Arter, LVMH, ATC, Azur Scenic, Ballets de Monte Carlo, etc.

The company has also carried out repairs to a work by Takashi Murakami, handled the restoration of Quasar Khanh furniture and created inflatable pieces for works by Xavier Veilhan, Shigeko Hirakawa, Franck Pelletier, Didier Marcel and Loris Gréaud. The company has worked for a range of exhibitions.