Dangu facility (Ex-Forges de Custines & Trie-Château) is specialized in die-forging of small to very big pieces (0.5 à 700 kg) in carbon steel, stainless steel and copper alloys. Production of engraved components is carried out with screw jacks from 1000 up to 1600 tons of pressure and drop-hammers of 7000 to 40 000 kg m/s.
machining of steel, stainless steel and copper alloys.
Pierre Schmitter founds the company. From the beginning, the company makes its marks by the quality and diversity of its production and responsiveness.
Philippe Schmitter takes over his father’s company and continues the same development and modernization policy enabling Forges de Trie-Château to become one of the major players in France in drop forging in the most demanding business sectors: public works, railway construction, industrial taps and cocks, mechanical transmissions, agricultural machinery, hydraulic equipment, hoisting and material handling equipment.
The company is taken over by Lebronze alloys group.
Lebronze alloys Group restarts Forge de Custines (ex Manoir Custines) activity. Custines becomes a facility of Forges de Trie-Château.
In November, the company intends to write a new chapter in its history by unveiling its new corporate name, Forges de Custines & Trie-Château along with a new logo.
On December 1rst, all French companies of the Group merge and are renamed into Lebronze alloys.