Supported by UI Investissement and BNP Paribas Développement since 2021, Rossignol announces its first external growth operation and strengthens its range and production capacity of street furniture.
Founded in 1903 and based in Le Poiré-sur-Vie (Vendée), the Buton Industries group specialises in the manufacture and marketing of street furniture for restaurants and local authorities through the Buton Industries (mechanical welding, sheet metal work, wood machining, laser cutting, etc.), Euroterrasse (furniture and terrace fittings, mainly for restaurant professionals) and Buton Design (street furniture) brands.
Managed by Roland Buton, the Group has an innovative machine park in an industrial complex of nearly 6,000 m² (sheet metal workshop, carpentry workshop and paint shop). Buton is renowned for its ability to innovate, offering, for example, street furniture that responds to the new problems of making public spaces safer (anti-ram planters, connected benches and litter bins, secure bicycle shelters, connected bicycle stands, etc.).
Buton Industries, which employs around forty people and has a turnover of almost €7m, is now joining the Rossignol group, a French company founded in 1896 that designs, manufactures and distributes selective sorting, waste collection and hygiene equipment from its production site in Montsûrs (Mayenne).