Mr Maurice Mosnier, a young engineer with an applied arts and crafts degree, creates an eponymous company in Montrouge. Driven by a creative spirit and blessed with a daring nature, Maurice Mosnier was determined to develop a new generation of electromagnets.
Mr Dupont, a former production manager, is running the recently acquired company. He continues the business for two years before deciding to sell the company in 1948.
Four partners, Messrs Melut, Langrand, Malabry and Mazard purchase the company and name it Mecalectro.
Construction of a tailor-made factory in Massy to meet the challenges of the company’s development and innovation. Mecalectro leaves Montrouge.
The partners split up after the company is purchased by BANEXI, a subsidiary of the BNP. Mecalectro then becomes a simplified joint-stock company.
Mecalectro is sold to the company CROUZET, a French constructor specializing in automation components.
Mecalectro is purchased following an employee buyout by Messrs Roger CHAMPT, Deputy CEO of SEXTANT AVIONIQUE and Jean Claude CHABIN, then the Industrial Director at CROUZET.
Mecalectro reaches 50.
Mecalectro celebrates its 70th anniversary.
Taken over by its managing executives, financially backed by the PENINSULAR Capital investment fund.
Mecalectro is highly active during the Covid-19 crisis, manufacturing actuators that are a component of the ventilators made by Air Liquide Medical Systems.
Winner of the 91 d’Or in the company restart category.
A Mecalectro agency is opened in Saarbrucken, Germany.
Renewal of all our EN 9100 and ISO 9001 certifications.