Dufieux Industrie SAS

Dufieux Industrie SAS

Dufieux Industrie SAS

Overview
Date Founded

1964

Headquarters

4, rue Gaston Monmousseau,Echirolles, Rhone-Alpes 38130

Type of Company

Private

Industries

Industrial Machinery & Manufacturing

Company Description

Dufieux Industrie SAS manufactures machine tools for the aeronautical and aerospace industries. Its products include mirror milling system, vertical multi spindle miling machines, horizontal multi spindle milling machines and turnkey workshop. The company was founded 1964 and is headquartered in Echirolles, France.

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Recent Transactions
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Aries Alliance SA purchases Dufieux Industrie SAS from Evolem SA

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Evolem SA purchases Dufieux Industrie SAS

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Dufieux Industrie SAS

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Evolem is a regional private equity investment manager focused on the Rhône-Alpes region in southeast France. The firm also invests in the Paris area and in the southern coastal region Provence-Côte-d'Azur. They target profitable small and medium-sized businesses. Evolem has invested in sectors as diverse as the swimming pool industry, domestic help services, specialized nutrition, non-food extreme value retail, sustainable development, signage, financial services, arts and crafts, specialized hobbies and direct marketing.Their Evolem 1 fund is invested in minority participations in profitable growing companies, targeting startups, financing for organic and external growth as well as shareholder restructuring. The firm generally co-invests with third parties including business angels. The Evolem 2 fund focuses on LBO operations, primarily takeovers of companies with 5 to 30 million Euros in turnover.

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BNP Paribas Développement is an active investor which aims to provide development capital and LBO assistance to small- to medium-sized French businesses in the manufacturing, electronic technology and consumer sectors. The firm typically invests between 1 and 15 million euros, seeking buyout businesses valued between 10 and 100 million euros.BNP Paribas Développement seeks a minority position in their investee companies, collaborating actively with company management to increase value.