HISTORY OF SEGEPO GROUP
1960 – Mr Georges POMERET buys some machines to open a screw-cutting workshop..
1966 – Opening of the 1st building with a surface area of 375 m2 by Mr Georges POMERET
Staff: 8 employees
1970 – Creation of SARL SEGEPO, a Limited Liability Company.
Staff: 15 employees
1972 – Expansion of the offices.
1974 – Opening of a 2nd building with a surface area of 300 m2.
Staff: 24 employees
1986 – Opening of a new 1000 m2 workshop known as “du Ris”.
Staff: 43 employees
1988 – Creation of SARL GPO (general mechanics company).
1989 – Opening of the 2nd building and office known as “du Ris” with a surface
area of 1000 m2, which is now the SEGEPO Group’s head office.
1992 – Acquisition of DECOVEX from REVEX, situated in Renage (Isère, France).
Staff: 9 employees
1996 – Construction of new premises with a surface area of 1200 m2
for DECOVEX in Apprieu (Isère, France).
1998 – Acquisition of SINDRA from the BRANCHER group, situated in Châtillon sur Chalaronne (Ain, France )
Acquisition of the company renamed as ADEMIS,situated in Grenoble (Isère, France) on 1st January 1999.
1999 – Construction of new premises with a surface area of 2500 m2for the ADEMIS site in the Technisud Grenoble Business park (Isère, France)
2001 – Acquisition of a subsidiary of the ALSTOM Group specialised in screw-cutting, situated in Poland. This site is renamed SEGEPO-REFA in October 2001.
Staff: 37 employees
2004 - Expansion of the Saint-Lager plant and integration of all the assembling and welding activity of GPO and its staff.
2005 – Acquisition of SUPERDECOLLETAGE situated in Bonneville (Haute-Savoie, France).
Staff: 65 employees
2007 – Closure of SUPERDECOLLETAGE
2010 – Opening of a subsidiary called SEGEPO-KAYSERI in Turkey, specialising in machining.
Staff: 65 employees
2013 – Expansion of the production sites in Saint-Lager, 4500 m2 and in Châtillon sur Chalaronne, 3500 m2.
- Construction of a new plant for the Polish site, 4000 m2
SEGEPO Group currently has 250 employees in its plants on a covered surface area of 17000 m2.