1903

Founding of DAVIAS glass factory .

1940

Purchase of several 'rotary' printers - Peytoureaux begins printing and manufacturing silk packaging, and paper packaging for bottles.

1950

Peytoureaux leans towards the flexible food packaging industry: butter and cheese.

1978

Monsieur Alain Dainelli purchases Peytoureaux's printing works.

1992

On the January 15th, the Peytoureaux firm becomes a subsidiary of Sopal from the Gascogne Group.

1994

The production site is refurbished and extended; the site becomes more and more involved in the butter market and pulls back slightly from the cheese market.

6th February 2013

Creation of Lysipack.

1st March 2013

Lysipack takes over Gascogne's plant at Jarnac.

July 2013

Association ALLIANCE PACK established with English and German companies.

11th July, 2013
Visit from French politician Ségolène ROYAL

14th December, 2013
The Christmas tree

11th, 12th and 13th February 2014
CFIA Salon 2014

27th June, 2014
Team building day: Karting

The June 27, 2014
visit Beurrerie

On July 30, 2014
Building Acquisition
DS SMITH PACKAGING
in Merpins

October 2014
Moving from start
On 1 December 2014
arrival of Bobst

The December 13, 2014
Christmas tree

On January 6, 2015
Arrival of Pak

The 10, 11 and 12 March 2015
CFIA Salon 2015

April 2015
The BOBST machine becomes operational

8th, 9th, 10th March 2016
CFIA Salon 2016