Founded in 1939, MAISONNEUVE-CITERNE is one of the major European players in the design, manufacture and marketing of tank semi-trailers. Subsidiary of the BENALU group since 2018, MAISONNEUVE-CITERNE has an experience of more than 80 years.

The strength of MAISONNEUVE-CITERNE is based on the know-how of its employees with experienced and highly qualified teams.
MAISONNEUVE-CITERNE works in perfect compliance with the regulations in force. All the means and techniques used benefit from all the official certifications and approvals.

MAISONNEUVE-CITERNE maintains a quality management system in order to provide its customers with quality products and services,.

The strengths of the Company Maisonneuve

More than 70 years

and qualified teams

The strength of the BENALU Group,
leader in its market

A broad product range
that matches the Market needs

The history of Mainsonneuve since 1939


Creation of the Company by Mr. Camille in march 1939.
Maisonneuve: manufacturing on tin-plated milk cans

January 1968

Arrival of Luc Maisonneuve at the head of the company.
Quick conversion to the manufacture of tanker trucks first dedicated to the collection of milk and then to the transport of any liquid product and hazardous materials.


Investment in a beer keg production line and creation of MAISONNEUVE KEG


Creation of the Maisonneuve Environnement division for the manufacturing of compact water treatment plants


ISO 9000 Ceritification, guarantee of the quality level imposed by the Company


Resumption of the Group by the third family generation, Brieuc Maisonneuve being appointed as the Chief Executive Officer.


The Group celebrates its 70th anniversary, launches its first aluminum tank for the transport of hydrocarbons and has a major contract with the NATO Armed Forces for the supply of WWTPs


Inauguration of a new generation plant of 4000 m2, launch of the first CO2 tanker and then LPG.


Takeover of the Maisonneuve company by the BENALU Group, leader of the solid bulk transport market, whose will is to expand its offer to the transport of liquids. Creation of Maisonneuve-Citerne.