Galicier company

Galicier company - Experience through expertise

Who are we ? Discover GALICIER COMPANY

The vertical and horizontal balers, as well as the GALICIER compactors, are designed, produced and distributed to meet the waste treatment needs of its customers. Our machines process all types of waste (cardboard, plastic, PET, paper, aluminum, etc.) and volumes and are customizable according to your needs. We support you in your process of sorting and recycling waste to ensure a more pleasant and safe workplace, better productivity and optimized logistics. The GALICIER company was founded in 1967 and today it is one of the European leader and offers by its high technology the best quality / price ratio on the market. GALICIER covers 55% of the French market with 1100 different machines sold per year thanks to our sales team throughout France. Our national after-sales service allows us to ensure the installation of the machines as well as maintenance visits.

Our references

GALICIER’s customers are varied and our machines are used in industry, communities, shops, super / hyper market, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, sorting centers, etc. Our references are international, among the best known: Michelin, Peugeot, Renault, Air France, Banque de France, Coca-Cola, Kodak, Mcdonald’s, Procter et Gamble, Colgate, Johnson, Alsthrom, Snecma, Gervais, Philips, Sommer allibert, Danone, La Marine Française, Auchan, Carrefour, LIDL, Europa Discount, Champion, Netto, Aldi, Leclerc, Casino, Intermarché, Super U, Center Beaubourg, CNRS La Défense, The Cities of Paris, Toulouse, Marseille, Nantes, Bordeaux, Moscow, Lausanne, Sousse, Guangzhou in China, etc …

A San Sac Group company

In April 2018, GALICIER as well as the other companies of the Orca group, Pressor, Sacria and SAVN joined the Swedish group San Sac, European leader in the sector with a presence in more than 40 countries, 500 employees and 3 factories. The San Sac group has itself belonged since January 2020 to the SULO group, one of the main players in waste containerization in France and in Europe.