The Serge Ferrari group
A technological leader
In 1973, Serge Ferrari founded his company, and invented Précontraint, an innovative patented material combining resistance and durability with light weight, while offering a unique weight/performance ratio.
Since then, the company has continued to innovate, becoming a technological leader in flexible composite membranes. Today, Serge Ferrari is a French industrial group, firmly oriented towards the international market, and the development of products to contribute to the production of attractive, durable, lightweight, responsible and competitive solutions.
A win-win relationship
From R&D to product recycling, Serge Ferrari integrates the needs of its customers from the project design stage, to guarantee optimal performance. By maintaining control over development and production on its three industrial sites in Europe, the company has continued its international expansion, establishing long-term win-win relationships with the users of its materials, customers, employees, suppliers and shareholders.
The diversity of our markets is an asset
Our products have made a name for themselves on highly competitive as well as niche markets because they are lightweight, durable and recyclable.
We provide solutions for a more frugal, more responsible style of architecture, offering thermal and acoustic comfort to its occupants. From huge international stadiums to the protection of your terrace at home, our products are already present in everyday life. Our application know-how and expertise means we can develop solutions for industries in sectors as different as biogas production and aquaculture.
Light, durable and recyclable
The lightness of our materials opens up new construction possibilities. Architects and designers are offered new possibilities, enabling the creation of audacious shapes and volumes, while using less raw material and less energy. Our lightweight, durable products keep their characteristics for a long time, ensuring user comfort and installation safety. By implementing a collection and recycling scheme (Texyloop) for our materials, we can offer them a second life and a new purpose, by saving primary resources.
Serge Ferrari in brief