In 2005, Falp Electric expanded the business abroad, aiming at serving also European demand. Between 2005 and 2006, owing to a joint venture with an Italian company already present in Romanian market, Falp Electric set a collaboration for machine plants for pellet material production.
In 2010, the company moved to Africa and established its presence in two places: at first, in Eritrea, in both Asmara and Massawa, where two plants for automation applied to concrete monoblock production were built; afterwards, in Guinea, in Conakry, Falp Electric was charged to realise the whole electric plant of local hospital.
Eventually, since 2014 Falp Electric has worked in Doha, Qatar, as a consequence of a new joint venture extablished with a local company, Dicotech FP MEP (owned by Falp Electric by the 80% of the whole holding). This new partnership has brought two new projects: the electrical plant setting designed for 5 factories of Qatar DB and electric and mechanic internal plants of Qatar National Museum.