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SOCAFNA : A group under permanent development

Faithful to its ethical quality, the company runs a permanent development policy in order to answer at best the requirements of the profession, to satisfy its customers and to remain the leader in its field of activity.

Some key dates…

1972

  • Marcel Chauvet creates its own company

1994

  • Sébastien Chauvet takes the lead of the company

1999

  • The family-owned company reorganizes and becomes SOCAFNA

2001

  • Construction of the Arras Platform (62)

2003

  • Construction of the Châteaurenard Platform (13)

2004

  • Buyout of the company Transports Provin in Nogent-sur-Seine (10)

2005

  • Building of a new logistics platform in Nogent-sur-Seine (10)

2006

  • Buyout of the company Transports HEPNER in Graincourt (62)

2007

  • Buyout of the company Transports CAMANDONA which becomes SOCAFNA-CAMANDONA in Reims (51)

2008

  • Reunification of the northern entities on the spot of Bancourt (62)

2010

  • Creation of 2 logistical warehouses in Perpignan (66)

2011

  • Buyout of the company Transports TFLD in Cavaillon (84)

2012

  • Buyout of the company Transports MERCIARI in Nice (06)

2014

  • Relocation of Hepner warehouses in Wancourt (62)

2015

  • Buyout of the companies SATFER France and SATFER Spain

2016

  • Acquisition of a plot of land in CHATEAURENARD (13) in order to build a new logistical platform
  • Extension of the Arras logistical platform (62)
  • Acquisition of new boxes in the MIN Saint-Charles in Perpignan (66)

2017

  • Buyout the company TRANSPORTS THIERRY in Perpignan (66)

2018

  • Building of a refrigerated warehouse in Châteaurenard (13)
  • Relocation of the premises of Nantes (44)
  • Building of both an extension and an office building in Perpignan (66)
  • Creation of the LOGIFEL "Fruits and vegetables" network in partnership with Transports JH MESGUEN
  • Buyout the company Transports Philippe Rey

2019

  • Buyout the company Transports Jumilla

2020

  • Construction of a 3300 m² depot in Samazan (47)

2021

  • Construction of a new 12,000 m² building in Perpignan (66)
  • Move to a new depot in Tours (1700 m²)