Key dates

2017: Transfer of STREIT Mécanique activities from Clerval to Santoche. Cessation of activities of STREIT Thaon-les-Vosges site.

 

2016: All production sites are certified ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001. Expansion of the production site at Santoche.

2015: Expansion of Stara Pazova plant  = 6000 sq m of additionnal production area.

2014: Inauguration of a new 6000 sq m production plant in Stara Pazova in Serbia and transfer of STREIT NOVA company to this new plant.

 

2013: MeiTa’s shareholding in STREIT Groupe has been consolidated, as planned when it acquired its interest in 2007.

 

2012: STREIT JUCIT became STREIT NOVA and was awarded ISO TS 16949 certification in the same year.

 

2009: STREIT TRNAVA was awarded ISO TS 16949 certification.

 

2008: STREIT Technologies stopped operating at Pontarlier.

 

2007: In January, the China-based Taiwanese foundries group MEITA took a 49% shareholding in STREIT Group. 

 

2006: Acquisition of the Parker site at Pontarlier, creation of STREIT Technologies.

 

2005: Creation of STREIT TRNAVA, Slovakia, for the turbo component machining and assembly business.

 

2004: Creation of STREIT JUCIT at Nova Pazova, Serbia, whose core business, flywheel manufacturing, started in 2005. The Thaon-les-Vosges site was awarded ISO 9001 and ISO TS 16 949 certifications.

 

2003: The takeover of the Valfond APM site at Thaon-les-Vosges added 100 employees to the payroll and increased the share capital. On 1 October, STREIT FINANCES became STREIT GROUPE.

 

1998: The Santoche production site doubled in size. Turnover for its 200 employees rose to € 23M through internal growth.

 

1994: The STREIT Ingénierie subsidiary for design and manufacturing of special production facilities was established at Pompierre.

 

1992: STREIT Mécanique was awarded ISO 9002 certification.

 

1990: The Group decided to focus its business on the automotive sector by expanding the Santoche site, which had a workforce of 100.

During the 1980s, the company entered the dirt bike sector under the JCM brand, trying its hand at producing and competing.

 

1974: A new 1200 sq m plant opened on the Santoche site as the scale of the business increased that of an industrial concern. Machining of castings and forged steel.

 

1968: Cottage industry started up by Otto Streit working out of his basement. His son, Roland, joined his father’s business when he finished his education.