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Company history

1981: Richard Diaz opens a MODITEC sales office, based in Bron, in the Rhône region.

1985: Launch of “GOLIATH” the first low speed grinder. The firm becomes the limited company MODITEC Manipulation Plastique.

1987: Richard Diaz joins forces with Gilles Dutour and MODITEC enters the export market.

1988: MODITEC opens premises on the Corbas industrial area (69).

1989: Launch of the “BM” range of conventional grinders.

1994: MODITEC moves to St Symphorien d’Ozon (69) and opens a mechanical parts production unit.
Innovation with double opening of the grinder cutting chamber block.

1999: Launch of the “BIGGER” range of grinders for very large plastic parts and the patented MASHER system.

2000: The company moves to new premises in Marennes (69), south of Lyon.

2005: Launch of the patented IMD system (metal detection system integrated into the cutting chamber). The arrival of 2nd generation GOLIATHs: GOLIATH Plus

2007: Sale of MODITEC to the Rapid Granulator AB group (Sweden).

2010: The Rapid Granulator AB group files for bankruptcy for MODITEC in April 2010.

2010: MODITEC’s former French shareholders and their family establish the company Montage Diffusion Technique (MO-DI-TEC) and resume production of the GOLIATH Plus, Mini, TITAN Plus and BM ranges.

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