Company supplying construction materials launched.
Production of construction foam launched in Estonia.
Krimelte quality management system awarded the ISO 9001 certificate.
Krimelte environmental management system awarded the ISO 14001 certificate.
1st place in the Industry and Energy category in the “Estonian Companies’ Competitiveness Rankings”.
Subsidiary set up in Latvia.
“Large Exporter” title won in “Entrepreneurship Award 2004”, a competition organised by Enterprise Estonia, Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Eesti Päevaleht newspaper and the Estonian Employers Confederation.
1st place in the “TOP Construction Material Producers 2004” rankings.
“Exporter 2005” finalist in “Entrepreneurship Award 2005”, a competition organised by Enterprise Estonia, Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Eesti Päevaleht newspaper and the Estonian Employers Confederation.
Penosil brand introduced on the market.
Launch of construction foam with innovative, patented applicator EasyGun. EasyGun is a good example of collaboration between an industrial designer and Krimelte R&D, resulting in the completion of a solution unique in the whole world.
“Exporter of the year 2007” title won in “Entrepreneurship Award 2007”, a competition organised by Enterprise Estonia, Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Eesti Päevaleht newspaper and the Estonian Employers Confederation.
Subsidiary set up in Romania.
Krimelte CEO Jaan Puusaag awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY) 2008 title in a competition organised by Ernst & Young.
Production launched in Russia.
Krimelte Sealants production company launched.
Acquired Krimelte Tempsi, Krimelte LT, Exadan Produktion and Elastra Chemicals.
Subsidiaries launched in Bulgaria and Ukraine.
Creation of Wolf Group, an umbrella brand consolidating companies and product brands.
Production of plastic parts launched.
Representing Estonia at the European Business Awards.
Design Applier title awarded at Entrepreneurship Award 2011, a competition organised by Enterprise Estonia and the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Estonian Employers Confederation.
First foam sculpture appears in Tallinn. Penosil foam sculpture of Elsabe the nun, based on a legend recounted by Jüri Kuuskemaa and completed based on a sketch by the artist Kalju Kivi, displayed outside the building of the Estonian Puppet and Youth Theatre during the Tallinn Old Town Days.
Sculptures of Estonia’s famous cultural creators, crafted from Penosil construction foam, formally unveiled in collaboration with the Estonian Puppet and Youth Theatre. For the Penosil sculpture exhibition, sculptures were completed of Georg Ots (singer), Kaie Kõrb (prima ballerina), Tõnu Kaljuste (conductor), Georg Lurich (wrestler), Ita Ever (actress), Jüri Kuuskemaa (historian), Juhan Viiding (poet) and Lennart Meri.
Krimelte CEO Jaan Puusaag became the 20th EBS Business Manager of the Year.
Wolf Group and Stroisistema team up for the support of the charitable Podari Zhizn Foundation (Gift the Life) in Russia.
3D sculptures/letters, made from Penosil construction foam, completed by students from the Chair of Jewellery and Blacksmithing and the Chair of Installation and Sculpture of the Estonian Academy of Arts. Their completion required approximately one thousand cans of construction foam.
Messieurs Treff, made from Penosil construction foam, cleverly hid in the Old Town during Tallinn Treff. Also, an educational video was shot about the foam sculptures.
Wolf Group acquires majority of shares in Olive Química S.A.
Penosil becomes of the sponsors for novel competition
The product line Penosil EasyPRO® was launched by Krimelte
The product line Penosil SpeedFix adhesives was launched by Krimelte