Lancy - History


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The range of the Lancy rendering machines evolves with the launch of the new PH9B-R and PH9B-S.


A new traditionnale floor screed conveyor, the TM250, is added to the portofolio. It is based on a new Lancy design compressor and technical solutions that made the success of the TM2500.

Olivier Saint- Paul took over from Jacques BEHIER to the Presidency of PL2M .

The website " " is renewed with a new look and more information for its users.


Lancy introduced tanks in stainless steel on its PH9 rendering machines and TCL liquid floor screed pump. Lancy MIXJET changes its name and becomes PL2M.


During Batimat 2009, Lancy presents its new PB22 concrete pump. This is an innovative machine with a pumping system operating with a special flat hose and compression rollers.


Georges Guimon takes a well deserved retirement, leaving the company in good hands. At this occasion and to celebrate the "20" years of the company, an open day is organized for Dealers. A new page in the history of Lancy is writing under the direction of Jacques BEHIER who takes over the Presidency of Lancy MIXJET.


It is under the name Lancy that of the company proposes a new pact of trust with its partners, "Build better together." At that time, Lancy has manufactured and sold more than 10,000 mortar machines.


Lancy - MIXJET launches a new liquid floor screed pump towable without specific driver licence and providing new accessories to facilitate the maintenance of hoses (storage basket or reel).


The PH9 RS2 knows its second revolution during Batimat trade fair through the introduction of the automatic raising of the mixing tank.


Entrance of the PM Holding into the capital of Lancy MIXJET.


A new fixed-mixer PH9 is launched on the market: the PH9 S.


A new rendering machine PH9 RS2 is revolutionizing the world of plastering with a dust-extraction system connected to the mixer.


Lancy set up in Floirac, Gironde and deploys its new facilities on 4000 m2 factory and office.


The thousandth PH9 is manufactured.


A new traditionnal floor screed conveyor is launched: the TM2500.


The first PH9 rendering machine is presented during Intermat.


Lancy buys MIXJET, its main French competitor and becomes Lancy MIXJET. Thanks to this merger, its distribution network is doubled.


"France Travaux" becomes Lancy and begins its ascent in the rendering machines market, especially with the PH6 model.


The construction industry sector is in crisis. "France Travaux" diversifies its activities through the acquisition of a CPOAC branch  "pneumatic concrete conveying" with Lancy brand. The Jointy (LJ30/25) is introduced on the market.


Lucien Vidal, the founder of Promat company which is specialize in the manufacture of automatic tool machines, entrusts to Georges Guimon the development of the first automatic Dragline. In 15 years, 1700 models will be manufactured and sold worldwide by the subsidiary "France Travaux".