• The Scierie du Rupt-de-Mad

    The Rupt-de-Mad sawmill is a Lorraine company located between Metz and Nancy, in Bayonville-sur-Mad. Its principal business is the transformation of wood. The Rupt-de-Mad sawmill handles about 15,000 m3 of wood per year.

    Scierie du Rupt-de-Mad


    To continue our national and international development at our own pace while ensuring that we maintain the quality of our products.


    Our main customers are parquetry workers, furniture and staircase manufacturers, joiners, wholesalers and private individuals...


    To develop our collaboration with our log suppliers (The National Forest Service) and our partner sawmills all across France, in mutual respect.
    Scierie du Rupt-de-Mad

    Our profession and know-how

    The Scierie du Rupt de Mad has a modern production tool in place with traditional techniques for the quality of the product while applying the new European standards.
    From the arrival of the logs until their transformation and storage of the finished products, a long technical and qualitative process takes place.
    Today's know-how
    Guidée laser
    Modern production tools are used while remaining traditional.
    Spécialiste au travail
    A motivated, trained, competent and committed workforce.
    Quality: a major concern throughout fabrication
    Lattes profilées
    A major concern: the quality of our wood. They are sorted manually at every important stage.
    Adaptabilité & disponibilité
    An essential service: large stocks available at the different stages of fabrication.
    New 4500 m2 controlled humidity shed at Chambley
    Lattes profilées
    Adaptabilité & disponibilité

    History of the sawnill

    The early stages
    In 1987, M. Rutten bought out the Scierie du Rupt de Mad sawmill which was in liquidation. He invested heavily both in terms of machines and infrastructure (storage buildings, etc.). But the saw mill existed long before this time...
    Histoire de la scierie
    From 1987 to now
    In 2008, Bertrand and Sofiet Pierrel became the managers. M. Rutten remained Chairman and Managing Director of the saw mill and continued to guide the new managers.
    Histoire de la scierie