Entrepreneurial and industrial dynamics are in our DNA. With more than 70 years of history, Dedienne MULTIPLASTURGY® group has always been able to renew itself to meet the ever-stronger demands of the international industrial market.

  • April 2019

    Dedienne Multiplasturgy® Group shows its ambition in the industry 4.0.

  • October 2017

    Octobre 2017

    Dedienne Multiplasturgy® Group acquires CG. TEC injection, specialist in very high precision plastic injection.

  • December 2015

    Décembre 2015

    Acquisition of METPlastics in Chicago (USA) which becomes Met2Plastic.

  • December 2013

    Inauguration of the Dedienne campus in Saint-Aubin-sur-Gaillon (27), an ultra-modern site built in the logic of the Company of the future. It brings together under one roof both the Group Holding but also, under the name of Dedienne Multiplasturgy®, the 4 ex Norman entities: Dedienne Moulding, Dedienne Machining, Dedienne Composites and Dedienne Coating.

  • January 2008

    Janvier 2008

    Creation of the unique concept Multiplasturgy®

  • July 2005

    Purchase and takeover of MECA-Teno SA to create Dedienne automotive.

  • October 2004

    The Volot family, who first took control of Dedienne in 1986, sold the company through a MBO guided by Pierre-Jean Leduc and a team of executives assisted by a pool of financial investors.
    Creation of Dedienne Plasturgie SAS that will become a few years laterDedienne Multiplasturgy® group SAS.

  • June 2004

    Juin 2004

    Creation of Dedienne Roumanie based in Fagaras in Transylvania

  • April 1991

    Jean-Claude Volot

    Pierre-Jean Leduc joins Jean-Claude Volot.

  • July 1973

    Juillet 1973

    Jean-Claude Volot, Roland Dedienne nephew, integrates Dedienne and creates some time after a subsidiary in Normandy precisely in Andelys (27): AMPA (Atelier Mecano-plastic of Andelys) specialised in machining, low pressure moulding, sheet metal and Thermoforming of plastics.

  • January 1947

    Roland Dedienne

    Creation of the Dedienne workshop by Roland Dedienne in Clamart (92), specialised in precision mechanics on plastics.