History

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2014 : The PMH group becomes Parisot’s and CFP's majority shareholder. Windhurst Industrie and the Parisot family passes on the company leadership to ten company managers, along with FD Poitrinal. A 19 million euros investment plan is launched over all french and international production sites.

 

2011 : The Parisot Group, which owns CFP, joins the Windhurst Industries Group (the European market leader in the field of workspace planning and design, household furniture, interior design and tableware) founded in 2004 by François-Denis Poitrinal and run by Alain Fribourg.

 

2005 :  CFP obtains PEFC certification (sustainable forest management certification).

 

1993 :  Installation of a continuous paper coating line.

 

1992 :  Installation of a multi-stage roller press.

 

1981 :  Usine de Tonnerre becomes Compagnie Française du Panneau (CFP). It starts selling part of its production outside the Parisot Group.

 

1976 :  Installation of the Colopan line (paper coating).

 

1973 :  Installation of a melamine line.

 

1970 :  Usine de Tonnerre (CFP) manufactures its first board.

 

1969 :  Parisot Group establishes Usine de Tonnerre (the future CFP) in Corbenay in Haute-Saône, right in the heart of France’s second largest forest.

 

The company is called Usine du Tonnerre (Thunder Factory) because it is established where lightning struck in the past. It was intended to supply the Parisot Company with particleboard, the base product used in the manufacture of mass-produced furniture, against a backdrop of rising prices. It is run by Michel Parisot (son of Jacques Parisot, founder of the Parisot Group). 

 

 

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