From Servi and Doryl to ServiDoryl
Servi is created by Raymond Lassalle with the first productions of Camembert moulds with injected plastic, quickly followed by moulds for many cheeses.
Creation of Doryl at Langeais, a sheet plastic workshop, by Cyril Laurent, who is starting work for cheese factories.
Servi expands its range with stainless steel products, trays, distributors, and salting machines.
Construction of a production workshop in the Langeais industrial zone
Doryl invents the marking pattern and micro-perforation processes and delivers its first cheese moulds for pressed cheese
Extension of the plant and launching of the industrial production of plastic coagulation vats
First major industrial installation at the Lactalis Charchigné plant
Servi enjoys international success with its mechanised vat and block-mould lines: Switzerland, Italy, Canada, Portugal…
Closer linking of Doryl and Servi within the same holding company
Servi supplements and develops its range of plastic moulds and block-moulds and brings robotics to is mechanised lines.
Doryl sets up in the premises of Servi in Langeais
Merger between Servi and Doryl, which becomes Servi Doryl
Servi Doryl joins the ALPMA group and focusses on the cheese mould and draining and ageing product activity.
Servi Doryl is present in 66 countries. More than 10 million cheeses are manufactured every day in its moulds and block-moulds.