Since the very beginning, PEUGEOT has diversified its production, yet has always remained industrially consistent.
Our strategy has constantly been in tune with the needs of our customers and the environment.
Peugeot Frères began manufacturing hand-tools for all trades.
PEUGEOT began coffee grinder manufacturing for domestic and commercial use (grocery shops, cafés, etc.)
Although licence rights have now been transferred, PEUGEOT coffee grinders are still made with the original mechanism.
8.5 tons of crinolines in steel, instead of traditional more-fragile wicker, were produced every month.
PEUGEOT began producing electric tools in 1933, which continued successfully until manufacturing was stopped in 1986.
PEUGEOT opened its innovative design studio to external, non-automotive customers.