MACOR is now presented as the successor of a major global German manufacturer of maritime access equipment, Deutsche MacGregor GmbH.
The Deutsche MacGregor group decided to continue independently of the International MacGregor Organization and was thus renamed MACOR Marine Systems International GmbH. The group opened its French agency based in Marseille.
This group joined Neptun Industrie Rostock GmbH, one of the oldest shipbuilding industries in the world to become MACOR Neptun GmbH.
The Marseille Agency became a totally separate company under the name of MACOR. It was placed under the French Flag but also moved its Head Office and infrastructure to the Grand Port Maritime of Marseille.
AMARIX, a holding company, acquired MACOR.
In order to extend its expertise to the application of the SOLAS regulation, MACOR created the Life- Saving Appliances Service Department.
Following the growth of the yachting refit market, MACOR created the Yacht Repairs Service Department.
MACOR was certified ISO 9001:2008 for its Quality Management System, by the Bureau Veritas.
MACOR celebrated its 30th anniversary.
MACOR opened its 1st agency for the LSA Service, in Le Havre, France.
MACOR became a member of ISES association and continues to promote its skills on the international maritime market.
MACOR opened its 2nd agency for the LSA Service, in Marseille, France.
MACOR became a member of Riviera Yachting Network Association, and allowing it to contribute to the French savoir-faire of the yachting market.
Following the IMO BWM Convention regarding Ballast Water Treatment, MACOR created the BWT Service.
MACOR was certified ISO 9001:2015 for its Quality Management System, by the RINA.
MACOR will open its 1st agency for the Yacht Repairs Service, in La Ciotat, France.