DUARIB Trademark was registered in 1936. That name was chosen following the anagram of the company founder André BIRAUD
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André Biraud manufactured the first "mobile scaffold" in the French market.
Orders for mobile scaffols came in by word-of-mouth leading to the plant expansion. Decision was made to file a patent.
Launch of the first facade scaffolding.
To fit with the convertible sofa trend, DUARIB decided to manufacture its mechanism until 1977.
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André BIRAUD died on the 26th of July. His son, Jean-Pierre BIRAUD took over the company.
DUARIB, which continued to expand, decided on a new logo.
The mobile scaffolds were manufactured in aluminium.
DUARIB invented a new concept of scaffold tower (TR82), which was the ancestor of the "Galaxy" .
Takeover of the family company by LACROIX Group. The logo adapted to the colours of the group.
DUARIB, which was the pioneer of the PIRL (individual mobile and light platform), decided to launch a new product - the Corsair.
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LACROIX Group handed over DUARIB to DUO Group.
A new era was born with the brand-new generation of mobile scaffolds : the "Rollstar" in steel and the "Docker" in aluminium.
Form 2002 to 2005, DUARIB was entrusted with a huge project regarding tanks of oil carriers in Korea and France. The company had to deal with both production and assembly of particular scaffoldings manufactured on purpose.
We celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first mobile scaffold invented by André BIRAUD.
Following a close collaboration between Duarib and Centaure, the "Altitude" range of products was launched.
As a beginning of further collaboration, Centaure Duarib and Haermmerlin decided to display together at BATIMAT fair.
The merger between three industrials Centaure, Duarib and Haemmerlin was agreed. CDH Group was born.
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Last March 2016, CDH Group signed a joint venture with Werner Co- a global player in height-access system and handling equipment.