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|Founded||April 30, 1969|
|> 3 bn € (2017)|
Number of employees
|45,000 employees (2017)|
Elis is an international multi-service provider, offering textile, hygiene and facility services solutions. Present in Europe and Latin America, Elis operates in 28 countries in total, employing 45,000 professionals at 440 production and services centers. Elis works for public and private organizations of all sizes and across all sectors.
History[edit | edit source]
Elis was born in 1883 with the creation of Grandes Blanchisseries de Pantin by the Leducq family.
1968 / Creation of Elis : a little less than a century later, the Group was modernized and brought all of its activities together in a single Group, adopting the name of "Elis", short for "Europe Linge Service" (Europe Linens Service).
1970s / The begining of the European expansion : Elis went international through acquisitions in Belgium and Spain in 1973 and in Portugal and Germany between 1987 and 1990. Then in 1994, the Group set up facilities in Luxembourg, followed by Italy in 1999 and by Switzerland in 2001.
1999 / Diversification of services : In the late 1990s, the Group began a process to diversify its activities. In 1999, the Group's activities were extended to the rental and maintenance of water coolers and espresso machines.
2010 / Continuing internationalization : Elis began its growth to Brazil and continued in Switzerland with the acquisition of Lavotel. On the Swiss market, the Group engaged in six other targeted acquisitions between 2010 and 2013.
2017 / Acquisition of Lavebras in Brazil in May 2017.
References[edit | edit source]
- ELIS SERVICES sur societe.com
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