History

1877: founding of the company Grimonprez, originally a manufacturer of agricultural machinery.
1885: expansion of the production with stationary coal gas engines and relocation of the company to Mouscron.
1913: Gold medal at the World Fair in Ghent
1925: Ateliers Grimonprez focuses on the production of stone polishing and cutting machines and woodworking machinery, which are renowned all over the world.
1950: launch of the precision mechanics subcontracting department and of the production of gears and similar pieces.
1970: expansion of the subcontracting department at the expense of the stone polishing and cutting machinery, the production of which will be shut down completely in 1986.
1997: Ateliers Grimonprez et Fils (AGF) are taken over by Gearing Industry SA. The future of the company is secured. Further specialisation in the supply of gears and transmission parts.
2006: New name Grimonprez Transmission Gears SA (GTG) and relocation to new plant in Dottignies. From here on out we continue growing and preparing our future serenely.
2008: development of ‘Gear R&D’ and ‘Co-Engineering’

Old workshop Atelier Arthur Grimonprez

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