Meralliance is a marketing and management structure, created in 2002 from the joining of two companies full of history: Narvik and Armoric.
The Armoric company was created in 1971 in Rosporden and taken over by the Miko group in 1979. Four years later, the factory was transferred to new premises in Quimper. In 1994, Armoric was bought by three shareholders: G.Charpentier, F.Thiebault and J.L Chabrol. In 1999, Armoric took over the company Profumer, based in Lorient and specialising in various species of smoked fish and carpaccio.
In 2001, Armoric bought the company Narvik in Ladivisiau. This company, created in 1988 by R. Gad, diversified in the 90s into blinis, tarama, potted meat and carpaccios. In 1997, it was bought by Brioche Pasquier, who launched the surimi business. In 2005 G. Charpentier bought F. Thiebault’s and J. L. Chabrol’s shares to become the majority shareholder.
4,500 metric tonnes of smoked fish each year and a turnover of €82M with most of all 450 employees working at our two Breton production sites
Meralliance est une PME indépendante, N°1 Français sur le marché du saumon et des poissons fumés et marinés, à marque distributeur :
Depuis sa création en 2002, Meralliance fait le choix d’un développement durable reposant sur une éthique à la fois économique, sociale et environnementale.
Elle se positionne comme une des entreprises agroalimentaires les plus engagées dans le développement durable. L’ensemble des sites sont certifiés ISO 9001(économique), ISO 14001 (Environnement), OHSAS 18001(Santé et sécurité au travail), ISO 22000 et BRC (Sécurité alimentaire), IFS Niveau supérieur et IFS Logistique (Norme Internationale pour la sécurité des Aliments).
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