Originating from a long family tradition of 8 generations, the Lécuyer establishments created in 1725 were able to innovate and diversify. Our history and our know-how, which are more than 250 years old, are real assets on a daily basis to enhance our production. The ongoing search for performance is in our DNA.
The forerunner Robert Lécuyer in 1725 in Drucourt made work of ribbon trades. The LECUYER establishments quickly established themselves as the first ribbons of Normandy and reached their peak during the Second Empire. The weaving Lecuyer is today the only survivor of the glorious textile past of this region.
In 2002, the Etablissements Lécuyer, while retaining their traditional activity, diversified into the manufacture of technical tapes and straps for various industrial applications.
Every year, Etablissements Lécuyer creates products either by its own services or at the request of its customers.
- Jan 01
Creation of the establishments Lécuyer
Creation of Lécuyer establishments in Drucourt by Robert Lécuyer. The company mainly weaves cotton, flax and hemp. The company is modernizing thanks to the acquisition of new machines from Boston (USA).
It is one of the first ribbons in France.
- 1851Dec 08
Cyriaque Lécuyer takes the head of the family business. The Lécuyer establishments became one of the first mechanical weaving in France.
This loom was donated to the museum of the city of Caen, where it is still exposed today.
- 1899Dec 08
Construction of Thiberville factory completed
The new plant employs several hundred people.
- 1926Dec 09
Raymond Lécuyer succeeds his predecessor. Then begins a period of modernization. New looms manufactured in the North of France (in Comines) are bought.
- 2002Dec 09
Diversification of activities
Diversification in the manufacture of technical ribbons and straps for various industrial applications
- 2003Dec 09
Moving to new premises in Glos (14)
- 2009Dec 09
Groupe Lécuyer : a second factory
Factory specialized in weaving /braiding / knitting / dyeing
- 2015Dec 09
Lecuyer Group in Glos. The company buys premises in Lisieux.
The company continues to specialize in technical manufacturing, investing heavily in a high-tech industrial tool.