Since 1925, four MANSAS generations have succeeded each other in the Toulouse Region :

• Jean Mansas (1852-1922) owns a farm, a large business and a wooden hoof factory in Saint-Bertrand de Comminges (31).          His eldest son takes over.

• In 1922, his second son André Mansas (1900-1983) became a sales representative for ropes, twine and canvas.

Historique Corderie Mansas

• In 1925, on the strength of this first professional experience, he decided to try his hand at adventure and created his company in Toulouse, rue du 18 mars.         He is a direct commission agent for factories in the Greater Southwest in Agricultural Twine (420m binder) and Packaging, Canvas and Tarpaulins.                                         Reseller customers' tours are made by bike and train.

Historique Ficelle Agricole Corderie Mansas

• In 1953, he moved to Toulouse, 18 place Dupuy.

• In 1955, Jean Mansas (1932-2011), André's son, joined the Agency, which became "Mansas & Fils": diversification of the company with the manufacture of custom-made tarpaulins and blinds.

• In 1983, development of the activity. Jean becomes a Multi-Card Agent in Accessories for agricultural equipment in addition to Wrapping Films, Nets and Twine for Straw and Forage.

• In 1990, the offices moved to 4 rue du Négoce, in Saint-Orens de Gameville.

• In 1995, Jean-Luc Mansas (born in 1967 in Toulouse), Jean's son, joined the agency.

• In 2015, creation of the Mansas Stringerie website.

• In 2015, André Mansas (born in 1994), son of Jean-Luc, joined the family business.