Company History
groupe-meunier.jpgIn 1934, François MEUNIER established a workshop in the centre of Brest for repairing engines: Établissements F. MEUNIER. After the Second World War, the workshop moved to Route de Quimper, also in Brest, where it remained until 1968. It then relocated to Kergonian, an industrial area of the town, and closer to the headquarters of the newly created MEUNIER INDUSTRIES.

During the 1960s, the company grew thanks to a stable local clientele and repairs on military engines, thus combining both manufacture and maintenance.

The sites in Quimper and Lorient opened in 1956 and 1965 respectively.

Regional development continued with another site opening in Vannes in 1974 thus expanding to include the growing agricultural market.


Today, the company has 130 partners over four sites, with an annual turnover of around €15m.


Throughout the company's long history, we have prided ourselves on our commitment to services and customer satisfaction.

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batiment ets meunier vannes 

Clients and partners are invited to visit the new workshop on the Vannes site during an open day on 30th March 2012. Located in rue Dupuy de Löme on the Prat industrial estate, the 1100m² workshop features both a mechanical and a manufacturing area. This new workshop will help us to consolidate and develop our industrial maintenance activities in the region.

Headquarters : Rue Réaumur - CS 72828 - 29228 BREST Cedex - FRANCE - Tel. 02 98 41 12 32 - Fax 02 98 02 62 14 -