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In the heart of Burgundy, Chagny's two production units are located in a town with over a century of tile-making tradition.

The TERREAL 1 (also known as Chagny 1 or Chagny-Ville) was founded in 1881 and is situated within the town. Our second plant, TERREAL 2 (also known as Chagny 2 or Chagny-Forêt), was built in 2007 to strengthen our position in the northern French roof tile market.

Key dates


1881: Tuileries Bourguignonnes de Chagny founded by Henry Contet (known as Comptet), Druard and Meulin. 

1909: Foundation of Tuiles Lambert, later Lambert Céramique.

1990: Two new tile production lines built - the lines known as "U5" at Chagny 1.

1991: Compagnie Industrielle de Tuiles founded as a holding company for Tuiles Lambert, TBF and Guiraud Frères.

1996: Joins Saint-Gobain group.

2002: Saint-Gobain TERREAL formed from the merger of the three companies.

2003: The company leaves the Saint-Gobain group to become Groupe TERREAL.

2007: A second tileworks – TERREAL 2 – is built at Chagny at a cost of €85 million. The new plant has two production lines for tiles and fittings, known as U6 and U7.

Site Director: Jean-Sébastien BESSET.

Chagny I or Chagny Ville


The site consists of two tile production lines mainly for Grand Moules du Nord tiles (large format tiles for northern France). The clay is extracted from the Chagny 2 quarry located 5 km away.

                                       

Adress :                                         Shipments service Chagny I :

Rue Léon Saccard

71150 Chagny

                                       

Tel. : 03 85 98 21 19 / 03 85 98 21 18 

Tel. : 03 85 98 21 20 Fax : 03 85 98 21 21

Fax : 03 85 98 21 11

Key figures


75

staff as at 1 January 2015

33,000

m² – surface area of buildings

9

hectares - total site area

100,000

tonnes – annual production capacity of U5

U5.1 and U5.2

are two identical production lines built alongside each other in 1990

Chagny 2 (Chagny-Forêt)


Built in 2007 at a cost of €85 million, Chagny 2 is the Terreal Group's biggest industrial investment to date. The ultramodern robotised plant is fully automated at every stage, from raw material preparation to palletisation. It produces two type of interlocking tiles (Volnay and Giverny) and their 60 fittings, in 10 different shades.                                

Address :                                         Chagny 2 despatch department:

Route de Lessard – 71150 Chagny

                                       

Tel : 03 85 87 54 26 / 03 85 98 54 27 – Fax : 03 85 87 54 03

Tel. : 03 85 87 54 00 – Fax : 03 85 87 54 01

 

Production lines


U6 – Petits Moules (Giverny PV) and Grands Moules du Nord (Volnay  PV), roof tiles, U7 – Fittings for the tiles produced by U6 and U5 (line located at Chagny Ville).

 

 

Key figures


89

staff as at 1 January 2015

8

hectares - total site area

38 000

m² – surface area of buildings

150 000

tonnes of tiles per year