1941 - 1970s

The OLYMPIA record label was located in Brussels, Belgium and managed by Fernand Janssens (often sourced as F. Janssens). It was owned by Sobedi (Société Belge du Disque), which had its own recording studio and pressing plant. Sobedi was fully acquired by Fonior in 1969 and fused with two other companies (S.A. Fabeldis and Discopress) into "Sobelpress S.A.".

This label was the parent label of the "teenager" Hey label.

It was active until the end 1970s.

Source: Discogs