Our work is to collect ELVs (End-of-Life Vehicles) and to give a second life to parts, and matter which compose them, while recycling the polluting products in the best environmental conditions.
GPA belongs to the automotive branch. We collect and decontaminate more than 20000 vehicles per year, vehicles collected can be sold or dismantled and resold as matter and parts.
GPA is one of the leading retailers of used car parts, our vocation is to supply high quality parts in adequacy with the issue of sustainable development and in line with the significant modification of purchasing behaviors regarding economic and ecological products.
GPA is a key local supplier of aftermarket parts since 2010, serving individuals and professionals with a commercial staff present in many departments and more than 20 sedentary salespersons in stores.
Creation of Ets RENAUD by Edward and Léone RENAUD. The activity was to collect industrial scrap (oil, tires, inner tubes, etc.)
The activity knows an increasing rise towards the treatment of end-of-life vehicles.
GPA builds a warehouse of 3200m² dedicated to disassembling, storage and to the sale of used parts.
GPA focuses on the computerization of the activity and secures its supply by signing agreements with major insurance companies.
GPA renovates the store and warehouse facades, signaling a clear difference with the old branch of the profession insensitive to environmental issues.es.
GPA obtains the Qualicert certification
All grounds are rehabilitated and extended to reach 14 hectares, making GPA the biggest recycling center of vehicle in Europe.
2015: GPA obtains the ISO 14001 certification - 2017: GPA obtains the ISO 9001 certification.
Expansion of our surface from 14 to 24 hectares.4 hectares will be covered by photovoltaic carports.
Delivery of our industrial building of 12000 m² on the ground and 17000 m² in surface.
Finalization of the installation of four hectares of photovoltaic carports that will supply electricity to the equivalent of homes in the two nearest towns (Livron-sur-Drôme and Loriol-sur-Drôme) over the next thirty years