Brandt

Brandt is a French brandname producing various home equipment, created in 1924 by Edgar Brandt as a part of Hotchkiss-Brandt. Today, the company currently is owned by Cevital.

In 1924, Brandt is established.
In 1966, Hotchkiss-Brandt merges with Thomson (now Thomson SA).
In 2000, Brandt merged with Moulinex.
In September 2001, Moulinex became bankrupt and its activities were taken over by Groupe SEB.
In 2002, Brandt was taken over by Elco Holdings, an Israeli holdings and appliance company. [1]
In 2005, Elco-Brandt was bought out by Fagor, becoming FagorBrandt.
In 2014, The Algerian conglomerate Cevital bought Brandt.

 

Manufacturing facilities
current :

Orléans (France) : Production of cooking appliances
Vendôme (France) : Production of cooking appliances and kitchen hoods
Sétif (Algeria) : Production of washing machines and dryer

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