The company was liquidated on November 4, 2004 and finally closed down on December 20, 2007 for inadequacy of assets. It remains unclear when its name changed to become VPI.
DFI had an in-house galvanic department and pressed black/colour and injection moulded records (12", 10", 7").
Early DFI pressings often show a Δ (Delta) or ⩓ (A) symbol, later records have "DFI" stamped in run-out wax. Usually, DFI has added the manufacturing date in the run-outs, e.g. 80 1, 81-6, 822, 87.1, 90/1, etc., indicating year and month.
An offset printer called DCNI was implanted in July 1987 on site and for the production of related printed matter.
Jacket and label printing was previously provided by France Imprimerie Sorel, belonging to the same independent group.
Director: Jérôme Berge