From 1980 to this day
The Myrha street factory is closed and brass manufacturing transferred to Mantes. The following year, Jerome Selmer, son of Jacques, starts at the company.
The following year, Jean Selmer leaves for retirement.
The "Super Action 80 Series III" soprano is presented at the 10th International Saxophone Congress in Pesaro, Italy.
Saxophone n° 500 000 comes out of the Selmer Paris workshops on July 19, 1993 : it is a "Super Action Series II" alto saxophone, gold plated and engraved, and is given to the Japanese distributor Nonaka Boeki. Bill Clinton and his Selmer Paris saxophone enter the White House. Acquisition of a further 3 500 m² for a future reorganisation of the Mantes site.
Computerization of the Mantes factory (management of range and cost price).
Alessandro Carbonare becomes artistic advisor for the clarinet. Selmer Paris entrusts the BIN company with the distribution of its instruments in the Netherlands.
Musik Meyer becomes a distributor in Germany, following the Selmer Düsseldorf company.
Launch of two new models:
Creation of Computer-assisted Production Engineering and Planning at the Mantes factory.
Consolidation of Selmer Paris' distribution in China : showroom opens in Beijing.