2016

Changeover from analog to digital graphics editing with a Computer-to-Screen for the exposure of screen printing stencils

2010

Extended customization of plastic foils (screen printing sheets) with a laser cutting machine

2009

Establishment of New Albea Kunststofftechnik GmbH

2007

Acquisition by a group of investors

Spin-off from the Balda Corporation and takeover by a medium-sized group of private investors

Use of a vacuum moulding plant for rolled material

2005

Closure of the paint shop and laser marking, moving within the corporation
Start of vacuum moulding

2002

Establishment of Albea Technologies

The technology of lasers and painting is extended
First 2-K injection moulding plant taken into use

2001

Expansion of capacity

Completion of the new 3,600 sq.m. production building on 2 floors
The initial assembly of modules takes place

2000

Albea Kunststofftechnik GmbH & Co. KG

In 2000, Albea Kunststofftechnik GmbH & Co. KG was created from the merger of Albea Industrieschilder und Bearbeitungstechnik GmbH and IMG Industrie-Maschinen GmbH & Co. KG

1999

Incorporation in the Balda Group

The company was incorporated in the Balda Group in December 1999, one of the technological leaders in the world market for sophisticated plastic products

1998

Closure Eloxal

1997

Extending the production, paint shop and laser marking

1996

Start with plastic injection moulding 1K

1995

Certification

Consistent quality standards: Certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001

1995

High pressure moulding of printed plastic films

1993

Extending the screen printing sector through procurement of web offset printing units

1982

Establishment

Albea Industrieschilder und Bearbeitungstechnik GmbH was established in 1982 in Seelbach near Offenburg, in the Black Forest, as a successor to the firm of Börre Börrensen