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History

INDRA: Industrie Nationale de Déconstruction et de Recyclage Automobile

Major player in automotive recycling in France for more than 30 years,
INDRA now covers 360 degree automotive recycling.
INDRA also addresses the technical aspects of dismantling and
the processing of vehicles, as well as organising the marketing of materials and second-hand parts.

Renault 25

Renault 25

1985

Creation of INDRA

Creation of INDRA at Saint-Priest (69)
by its founder, Manuel Munoz

Suez

1999-2000

SUEZ

Entry of SUEZ with 35% of INDRA’s capital

2005

Acquisition

Acquisition of a demolition centre
A7 Auto Pièces (38)

Renault Scenic

Renault Scenic

2007

Inauguration

Inauguration of Pruniers-en-Sologne site (41)

Inauguration
Re-source

2008

Re-Source

Joint creation by RENAULT and SUEZ of
Re-source Industries Holding (RIH) holding 80% of the capital

2009

INDRA SAS

Merger of the establishments in the INDRA Group
within INDRA SAS

M. BEY-ROZET

2010

CHANGE OF DIRECTION

Taking office by Mr. BEY-ROZET
Chief Executive Officer of INDRA SAS

2011

50/50

50/50 share distribution between RENAULT and SUEZ.

Creation of the Re-source Engineering Solutions
(initially Re-Source Industrie) training centre

Signature of the partnership with SEDA, world leader in depollution equipment

50/50

2012

INDRA AUTOMOBILE
RECYCLING

Creation of the INDRA AUTOMOBILE RECYCLING brand.
Birth of the INDRA dealer network.

Indra
Precis

2013

PRECIS

Birth of PRECIS in joint ownership with SIDEXA
tool for marketing second-hand spare parts

Goodbye Car

2014

GOODBYE CAR

Birth of GOODBYE CAR - on-line service
for establishing contact between individuals and authorised professionals

2015

ISO 14001

ISO 14001 certification for Re-source Auto Pièces

2016

SWITCH CAR

Birth of SWITCH CAR
Call for tender tool for the INDRA network

 ISO 14001 certification for Re-source Engineering Solutions

Switch Car

2017

ISO 9001

ISO 9001 certification for INDRA and Re-Source Engineering Solutions

ISO 9001

2018

International

Entry to international markets
Morocco chooses INDRA for the study and organisation
of the sector for managing end-of-life vehicles
on Moroccan soil.

International