The historical shareholder of Sectal has concluded an agreement with the Gozoki Group, which will acquire the majority of the company's capital on this occasion. This operation allows the founder of the company to step down while remaining a shareholder alongside his children who remain operational in the company.
Sectal, a family business created in 1996 in Castres, is positioned on the oriental, Asian and exotic pastry market, which it markets under its own brands to large and medium-sized retailers. The company has experienced steady growth since its creation, with a turnover of more than €4 million in 2021 with a staff of around 30.
Specialised in the production of industrial pastries, the company has developed a reference know-how in its market. With an innovative industrial tool that is unique in France, Sectal has succeeded in industrialising the production of products that are still largely hand-made and thus has a high production capacity for this type of products.
By joining the Gozoki group, Sectal will be able to benefit from a number of administrative, commercial and industrial synergies, which should enable it to accelerate its development in the coming years and to position itself as a leader in oriental and exotic pastries on the French market while preserving the family dimension of the company.