The tipper manufacturer based in the heart of the Biterrois vineyard started to invent unique equipment.
The company focused on tippers for light commercial vehicles before specialising in different types of conversions.
The polyester tipping skip was invented in the 80s and is still used today for refuse collection in urban areas.
In the 90s the company developed several tippers for sorting and collecting waste. It also launched the first horizontal discharge tipper system on the market. These products have undergone numerous changes since then.
On August 28th 2003, Bernard Malige and several executives bought back the company thus stabilising shareholdings; B. Malige’s two sons now work in the company.
To celebrate its 50th birthday, STIRAM invested in its Montblanc site: new premises with a pre-treatment and robotic power coating facility on an automatic line, assembly stands, offices and the E. Bugatti room for sales teams from construction networks.
“STIRAM: A new product every month!”
The manufacture of 3.5 ton tippers for the construction and public works sector was hit hard by the recession. Nevertheless, STIRAM launched a new version of the Prestige tipper, a product incorporating everything the customer could hope to find, which became the New-York® tipper whose unique design makes it the brand’s signature product.
New products were presented and promoted to find their markets in a climate where there is a greater focus on Quality and Service/Cost.
The company continued to innovate in spite of the economic climate and had some surprises in store...
In line with its policy for innovation, STIRAM answers ever more specific requirements from customers with demanding professions. This provides the company with an opportunity to highlight its professionalism and its wealth of experience.
Large groups and regional organisations turn into real partners for the future.