Milestones


2017
Damolin A/S is now part of the Imerys Group and its new legal entity is Imerys Industrial Minerals Denmark A/S.

2013
Damolin Hamburg GmbH and Damolin GmbH in Oberhausen merge, Hamburg becomes a branch.

2012
Damolin A/S takes over production and storage facilities in Oberhausen. Damolin Mettmann GmbH is renamed Damolin GmbH


2010

Erhvervsinvest and the management of Damolin A/S take over Damolin A/S in a management buyout.

 

2008
Moglia SA changes its name to Damolin Etrechy SA.

 

2006
Damolin takes over the remaining 40% shares of Moglia S.A. Franz Bertram GmbH changes its name to Damolin Hamburg GmbH. Damolin GmbH changes its name to Damolin Mettmann GmbH.

 

2004
Damolin acquires 60% of the shares in Moglia S.A., which is located in Etréchy, France.

 

2000
Damolin GmbH, Mettman is established as a 100% owned subsidiary with a view to selling oil and chemical absorbers and related products.

 

1997
Damolin takes over the granulate division from Skamol A/S. The same year, Franz Bertram GmbH, Hamburg is acquired from the co-operative partner for many years, Ludolph Struve & Co. GmbH, and is established as a 100 per cent owned subsidiary.

 

1988
Stone production is stopped.

 

1987
The first complementary products are added to the product range, mainly as a result of the cat sand product’s growing importance and customer demands for a larger product range.
 

1984
Damolin acquires a tile works in Northern Jutland and starts its own production of moler stone

 

1983
Packing of cat litter commences.

 

1980
DAMOLIN® becomes a registered name.

 

1979
Extraction rights for moler are secured up to the year 2050.

 

1978
Additional moler with great reserves are purchased.

 

1956
Co-operation with Ludolph Struve & Co. GmbH, Hamburg (main shareholder in Franz Bertram GmbH) is established with a view to selling dried moler powder to the fertiliser industry, and the following years lead to the utilisation of full capacity.

 

1942
Dansk Moler Industri A/S is founded with a share capital of DKK 1,000,000. The new company takes over activities from Færker Moler Kompagniet. The activities were focused on the production of raw, dried and calcined moler and FM-Stone.
 

1936
Færker Moler Kompagniet begins shipping raw, mined damp moler primarily to customers in Denmark.

 

1912
The industrial utilisation of the Danish moler deposits on the islands of Fur and Mors begins.