Creation and implementation of the Timbeco Modular Standard concept. Production hall expansion project and construction of a new water tank for fire fighting. Updating the personnel strategy and joining the personnel partner in the company. Timbeco won the design award for an innovative construction company. The article was published in the May issue of Monocle magazine.
Timbeco passed the accelerator of SEB’s growth program. We started to take the company’s services to a new level in cooperation with the service design agency. The first major modular building projects in Finland and Norway.
Helsinki Central Library received the main prize “Factory Building of the Year 2019”. The President of the Republic of Estonia Kersti Kaljula visited the Timbeco factory.
The company celebrates its 25th birthday. The first modular gas station as a module was completed. All Timbeco Group companies were issued with ISO 9001: 2015 certification.
The company’s staff has grown to 160 people. The Group’s companies are divided into Timbeco Woodmill OÜ, Timbeco Construction OÜ and Timbeco Ehitus OÜ by activity. A new factory building for the production of modular buildings has been completed. We started working in Switzerland.
Timbeco Woodhouse’s highest AAA credit rating. A fascinating CLT solution for a nursery in Sweden, Falun. The company’s staff increased to 100 people.
The first projects with CLT solutions were completed in Sweden.
Norway Stavanger 18, 13 and 8 storey apartment building wall elements. The first successful development projects were completed in Uuesalu residential area. In February of this year, BM TRADA Timbecole CE certified the world’s leading woodworking industry certification. Evidence that the Timbeco CE 2014 manufactured Timbeco Woodhouse houses meet the highest European technical requirements. Prime Minister Juhan Parts visited the Timbeco Production Complex.
A finished warehouse for processed sawn timber, CE certificate and European Technical Approval
Timbeco adopted a new export strategy, which began to focus on Scandinavian business customers.
The company changed its name from Palktare OÜ to Timbeco Woodhouse OÜ. The name was changed as the company’s product portfolio expanded and the new name was international. The new CNC wood processing center Hundegger K2 was acquired. Element houses were started by Randek BS 20 with butterfly tables.
Construction of a new block of industrial buildings was started
Developing the ThermoLog concept and starting the production of ThermoLog Element systems
The fully automatic CNC log house production line Auer was acquired
Moving to a new office. The warehouse was renovated for high quality storage of wooden materials
Exports to England and Ireland started. The fully automatic CNC Woodworking Center Hundegger K2 and the Weinig Powermat 2000 fully automatic four-wheeler were acquired.
The logs were used for planing the logs and the semi-automatic log house production line
Collaborated with Japanese Reseller. Renovated and adapted to industrial buildings in Tõnu.
A production building complex was acquired in Tõdva near Saku.
Altogether log houses with semi-automatic equipment were started
Establishment of a company. The first production base was set up under Saku’s side, started with the production and sale of hand-made log houses.