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About the company

Chargeurs SA is a France-based company, which provides customizable specialty material solutions. The Company and its subsidiaries operate in four sectors: Protective Films, Fashion Technologies, Museum Solutions and Luxury Materials. Protective Films designs, produces and markets technical solutions to protect the quality of steel, aluminum, plastic or other surfaces during the transformation process, as well as film application machines. Fashion Technologies produces and markets linings for clothing. Museum Solutions includes the industrial divisions Senfa, specialized in the functionalization of technical textiles, and Chargeurs Creative Collection, specialized in the provision of services to cultural institutions. Luxury Materials manufactures and markets combed wool ribbons. The Company is active globally.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)818.60m
  • Net income in EUR35.80m
  • Incorporated1993
  • Employees2.40k
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Mergers & acquisitions

Acquired companyDeal statusDateDate /
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Design & Production IncDeal completed26 Jan 202026 Jan 2020Deal completed-8.52%--
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