Currently split between two plants near Nantes, Malville and Mauves-sur-Loire, Loiretech 140 employees will be grouped within a year on a site of 8000 m2 building in Bouguenais.
This program called “Convergence 2020” will anchor the company in the future 4.0 industry. This new building “modern” gives him the opportunity to ” rethink its methods and manufacturing flow, and adjust production with a digital production system“. Site selection of Bouguenais, strategic, close the company enterprises of aviation industry and Airbus site but also research sites and training centers specialized in the sector (Pôle EMC2, IRT Jules Verne AFPI ).
This will allow the company “to significantly improve the competitiveness of its products, both in the aspect of price as completion deadlines” and “to increase its presence in export” . A new stage of development of the group, which designs and manufactures tooling and composite molds for the aerospace, automotive, defense and renewable energy.
Founded in 1988 and resumed in late 2003 by its leader Marc Moret, Loiretech was established in Canada in 2013 before buying Allio Malville tripling its workforce.