DEPREUX Factory in 19th century
Created at the end of the 19th century, DEPREUX is active in the textile sector. This former industrial group was established in the north of France.
In order to diversify its activities, the DEPREUX family heads towards the conveyor belts industry at the end of the 2nd World War.
In 1981, the new group of German and French shareholders transformed the name DEPREUX into a trademark for conveyor belts.
In 1992, the various entities of the DEPREUX group were regrouped to become the COBRA GROUP, with its headquarter in Luxeuil les Bains, France.
2001, Opening of an office in Katowice to develop our presence in Eastern Europe.
2007, Opening of a factory in Piekary Śląskie with a weaving workshop in order to master the complete manufacturing process of our belts. The office at Piekary include all polish activities: production and sales department.
In 2008, the COBRA group acquires TRANSCO, a branch of the COLMANT CUVELIER group in Lille. This new specialty allows us to target in the agricultural and food industries.
In 2015, our factory in Poland specializes in the impregnation line of RFL and PVC fabrics.
The group employs today nearly 220 people, including our two factories in Europe (France and Poland), a presence in the USA, the United Kingdom, Spain and Mexico.
Today, the group is one of the world leaders in conveyor belt technology thanks to its TRANSCO & DEPREUX range.
French factory in Luxeuil Les Bains
Polish factory in Piekary Śląskie