The company Butet, a major player in the sector of mushrooms and niche products, has just moved to the C3 building, previously occupied by SIIM, at the heart of the international market of Rungis. The move was planned for April but got delayed by a few months due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Acquiring the former facilities of SIIM, at the heart of the C3 building, will allow for a better management of the growing development and new marketing strategy of the group.
“We are absolutely delighted that our facilities will be taken over by Butet which will hopefully find as much pleasure growing there as we have since 2012. We are looking forward to continuing the history of our group in our new platform of the I1 building, just a few hundred meters away, but we will keep fond memories of our years spent at C3,” explains Vincent Omer-Decugis, general manager of SIIM.
Larger premises, to serve our clients better
This move will accompany the development of new projects and a wider range of products, in order to meet the needs of a future-oriented market, both in France and at the international level, all of this based on a strategy combining product practicality and sustainable development. With this move, Butet also multiplies the size of its facilities by five.
“The market is moving, and we want to evolve with it. With Bratigny and SIIM, we have the same development vision. Among the ongoing projects, we are working on the IFS certification in order to add to our previously acquired certifications. This move will also help guarantee more freshness to our clients in the restaurant business. Nowadays, working in facilities like the ones in C3 will allow us to have a much wider and vast vision for our clients. Additionally, we remain loyal to our commitment to the French origin,” concludes Fatima Guillou, general director of Butet.