Founded in 1919, it is one of the last six firms in France to produce patisserie boxes. The entire production process is integrated: cutting the sheets, offset or letterpress printing, gilding, hard impression (relief on reverse side), interior dying, film-coating and any required folding.
Approximately one third of the company's turnover comes from the provision of rare services, in particular letterpress printing on Heidelberg presses, which are no longer made and some of which have been adapted for embossing and gilding.
This earns the company orders from Fauchon, Dalloyau and Pierre Hermé. It also produces highly customised small series. .