Agriculture and food industry. Sill Entreprises acquires SME Terre d’Embruns, based in Brest

Founded in 1962 in Plouvien, Sill Entreprises has since continued to deepen and strengthen its path to establish itself in the agri-food industry. The group, which specializes mainly in the processing of dairy products, is adding another layer to its know-how with the acquisition of Brest-based Terres d’Embruns, founded in 2007 by Fabrice Berrou and Laurent Jolivet, officially announced this Tuesday. . This local company specializes in sweet and savory cookie and cake batters and manufactures for both professionals and individuals. In 2022, its managers built a new production area of ​​2,400 m² in Guipavas and opened a third store in Brest.

For Fabrice Berrou, founder of Terre d’Embruns, We are very proud to join the Sill Entreprises group, a typical Breton agri-food company. This merger will allow Terre d’Embruns to fully reveal its potential, which is based on our vision of excellence in French pastries in France and beyond.

Shared values

This connection, strengthened by the shared values ​​according to the two parties involved, will allow Sill Entreprises to complete the range of frozen products in particular. “The acquisition of Terre d’Embruns strengthens our industrial base it will also allow us to develop in the frozen and sweet pastry sector. From the beginning, I have followed the journey of these two local entrepreneurs, whose values ​​are similar to those we defend. Today we are proud that 80 new employees have joined the Sill Entreprises family, which already has 1,500 employees,” announces Gilles Falc’hun, president of the Sill Entreprises group.

“The know-how developed by Terre d’Embruns since 2007 in the area of ​​pastry and puff pastry complements the range of frozen products. of our subsidiaries Primel Gastronomie and Primel Traiteur. This acquisition operation and the recent appointment of Guillaume Letenneur as CEO of the division strengthen our position and our ambitions in the frozen products market. complete Sébastien Floc’h, CEO of the Sill Entreprises group.

With a turnover of 610 million euros, the Sill Entreprises group is structured around four business divisions: fresh dairy products, nutrition and ingredients, juices and soups, frozen products. In 2022, the Breton agrifood giant inaugurated a new production plant in Landivisiau ( 29).

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