LMB Kunststofftechnik started of with the closure of the Olympia Werke in Leer. Wilhelm Buse, at that time master craftsman at Olympia and founder of Logaer Maschinenbau, took over parts of the toolmaking section, two injection-moulding machines, as well as certain members of staff, and began processing external customer orders. Further orders and new customer relations developed from this.
Move to new premises at Buschfenne 3 in Leer. There is sufficient space here for expanded production with currently 10 injection-moulding machines, the toolmaking section and the apprentice workshop.
20-year company anniversary. LMB Kunststofftechnik is now operating with a staff of 50 employees and 18 injection-moulding machines.
25-year company anniversary. LMB Kunststofftechnik is well established on the market.
Maren Schön, the daughter of Wilhelm Buse, becomes a member of the LMB Kunststofftechnik executive on 1 January.
LMB Kunststofftechnik needs more space. Logistics moves into the new hall. There are now 1,000 m² of storage area available.
Managing director Reinold Schön retires.
Expansion of production capacity. A new production hall is built for six new injection-moulding machines. In addition, the first Kuka robot is commissioned. Rudolf Ohnacker contributes to LMBK as executive starting 3 June.
Products up to 3,000 g in weight can now be manufactured with the new 9,000 kN machine.
LMB Kunststofftechnik gears up for the future through internal restructuring and an intensive internal training programme.