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Poste de poseur miroiterie Charignon

 

Dans le cadre de son développement, la miroiterie Charignon, recherche des menuisiers poseurs (H/F)

Vous souhaitez intégrer une équipe dynamique et ambitieuse ? Vous avez envie de vous lancer dans une petite structure familiale et apprendre à travailler le verre ? Vous êtes manuel, motivé, soigneux et vous avez l’esprit d’équipe ?

 

Ce poste, est disponible immédiatement sur le secteur Couzon au mont d’or (69). 35h sur 4 jours (7h45-12h30 / 13h30- 17h30) - Rémunération intéressante entre 2000 et 2600 Brut + primes + mutuelle prise en charge à 80% Rejoignez notre groupe à taille humaine où nous visons l’excellence et l’exemplarité, dans une ambiance détendue, où nous avons à cœur de favoriser votre réussite professionnelle.

 

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Pyroverre acquires the Cluzel mirrors in France


Pyroverre is a glass products processor based in Châteauneuf-du-Rhône (Drome), storer and distributor of fire resistance glasses from Pilkington (NSG group) for the southern part of French territory.
The company, created in 2010, is specialized in the transformation of Pilkington Pyrostop and Pilkington Pyrodur glass products. She cuts custom glass for a clientele made up of mirror makers and carpenters. Its design office is dedicated to specific customer requests to ensure compliance with fire regulations.
In 2015, the Côté Verre company, founded by Maryline Pereira, joined the group to offer online sales of all types of cut, shaped and then shipped glazing from the production workshop. The online configuration tool makes it easy for customers to order on the site.


Why the Cluzel mirror?
We asked Mathieu Guenin, manager of the company, to explain the reasons for this takeover. Mathieu Guenin and Maryline Pereira know that the implementation is the continuity of Côté Verre's activity, the demand from local customers being recurring and increasingly important. They then form an installation team. They quickly realized that it would be easier to do an external growth operation. They are interested in a possible acquisition and have found the miroiterie Cluzel in Montélimar, near Châteauneuf-du-Rhône. The manager, Danielle Fargier, wanted to retire. She was assisted by Eric Coin on a technical level with solid know-how.
The company's equipment allows for the cutting, shaping and drilling necessary for simple mirror-making operations. It has a van with a glass-holder gantry. The store has an area of ​​80 m2 and the workshop of 160 m2.
The clientele consists mainly of individuals and professionals as well as local administrations.
Integration and transformations
The takeover took place at the end of January 2021. Mathieu Guenin recruited Paul Fabre as agency manager as well as Dorotea Nacasabog as sales assistant. Dannielle Fargier will accompany them for three months to pass on his knowledge to them, while Eric Coin will continue his consulting, cutting and glass installation activity.
The existing store will host a new showroom in the form of a show apartment to enhance the offer of the mirror by presenting the products in situ. Railings, kitchen splashbacks, a floor slab, a staircase and a dielectric mirror hiding a screen. The turnover of around 300,000 euros is expected to rise to 600,000 euros.
Although the health crisis has slightly impacted Pyroverre's activity due to the shutdown of construction sites during the health crisis, Mathieu Guenin remains optimistic and believes that the French economy will rebound rapidly. At the same time, online sales via the Côté Verre site are experiencing significant growth, explains Maryline Pereira.

 

New float in France

The Glass Trösch group will invest in the construction of a new furnace at its French site in Homboutg to replace the current furnace from 2008 which was reaching the end of its life.
In addition, an extension of the site to 45,000 m² is planned.

Production from another site will also be transferred there during 2023, with the arrival of 80 employees.

Diamond resin wheels improving

 

    The wheel is lighter, resulting in less stress on the spindle

    The slats on the base have been specially designed so that the water is sprayed, and there fore reaches the point of contact between the grinding wheel and the glass uniformly and in the best way possible

    The material ensures greater rigidity and therefore more direct transmission of pressure levels set by operators

    The base guarantees perfect balance of the grinding wheel.

lAl these new features don’t definitely affect wheel quality in terms of bonding, that is still the same, but they simply improve performances from a mechanical point of view

More info on glass@comascotec.com

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Company closing, Arteni marble works in France

 

The company Arteni-Le Gal, specialized in the manufacture of funerary monuments, closed its doors a few weeks ago.

This will not fail to be relieved by the many motorists who use daily the RD 155, between Fougères and the A 84.

 

Located in Saint-Germain-en-Coglès, the site of an area of approximately two hectares, with important buildings of granite work, is indeed on the edge of the departmental.

Arteni (Arts and techniques of granite) and the Marbrerie Le Gal, of Fougères, had merged in 2013, employing about twenty employees.

The two companies themselves had recently been taken over by the Serenium funeral group.

It is now part of the national group OGF, under the sign Dignité funéraire.

   

The provençal marbrerie rewarded

 

The Provençal marble company from France who celebrated his 70th birthday was taken over 30 years ago by Denis Riocreux.

 

Since then, it has grown from one to twelve employees. An exceptional result for this lover of stone who has passed crafts and tradition to the level of requirements and technologies of the twenty-first century. The machine park is fully digitized and self-financed, with an investment of € 150000 per year, the company constantly adapts its response capacity to changing demands. In terms of achievement, the company also uses the contest of designers to be at the forefront of modernity.

But this equipment is not at the expense of tradition since the know-how is patiently cultivated within society. With a very low turnover, employees stay up to 25 years, we can say that the company knows how to retain talent. She has also obtained the prestigious labels of business of living heritage and that of crafts. This innovative company with respect for tradition, whose main objective is quality, is an example that the city wanted to salute.

   

Sale Soliani Marble in France

 

Michel Dauphin, the last of the family, has just passed his hand. To retire.

For Laurent Heyser, who takes over the oldest family business of Moyeuvre-Grande, the funeral parlor and marbrerie Paquin-Dauphin, it is also a real change of course.

"I was a truck driver. Wanting to change jobs, I took a training course in 2015 at the Robert funeral home in Pont-à-Mousson. For a year, since early 2018, I worked with Michel Dauphin to perfect my experience, "he says.

Since early January 2019, the company belongs to Laurent Heyser.

Family saga

"The company was created in 1923 by Edmond Paquin, who works with his brother Augustin," recalls Michel Dauphin. "At the time, he was responsible only for the transport of coffins to the church and the cemetery ..." In 1935, he bought a business of pearl funeral wreaths and granite crosses of the city. "The carpenter who made the coffins feared for his work and created problems. That's when my grandfather decided to sell coffins. "

The Soliani marble also

The daughter of Edmond, Simone, is offered a shop at No. 35 rue Foch, for the sale of crowns and crosses. In 1953, she married André Dauphin, who began to work in the company. In 1958, Edmond Paquin retired and shared his business. His son Jean prefers to keep the coal trade. The funeral service returns to Simone and takes the name of Paquin-Dauphin funeral parlor. The funeral will become the SARL Paquin-Dauphin in 1980. Around 1995, the couple decides to sell. Michel Dauphin, one of the two sons of André and Simone Dauphin, acquires the business and moves to 33, rue Foch. He will also take over the Soliani marble shop in 1997. It is this set that he has just sold to Laurent Heyser. But the name - the funeral parlor Paquin-Dauphin - remains relevant.

Four employees, eight individual

The Paquin-Dauphin company has four full-time employees, two at the marble and two funeral homes, to which must be added eight vacant, one of which prepares the diploma of master of ceremonies. Laurent Heyser, funeral director and marble worker, is married and has four children. One of the children starts working as a temporary ... A new saga?

   

Mec, new splitting line

 

 

We are pleased to present you a manual splitting system for processing of large gneiss blocks. The plant is completely customized according to the customer requirements / indications

the first split, it is necessary to move the piece back for split it again in half. In order to provide this kind of handling and processing, Mec has studied aparticular moving system, replacing the tables of the machine with special chain conveyors that also pass under the blades. Furthermore, there are two movable mobile hydraulic arms, that can reach any point of the stone block. They accommodate the handling of the piece for the operator in exact and correct point, where a lot of repositioning is required. This particular stone handling system allows to obtain a constant split in exact vein direction of the material.

 

The splitting head of the machine, is equipped with swinging blade in order to follow the plan of the stone. Besides it, this kind of blades with their specific properties guarantee a very high quality splitting profile.

If your customers have also veined materials, even of large dimensions, and they desire to split them, please contact us at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

   

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