1989 - Trading company C.F.Kunststoffen B.V. established in Gramsbergen.
The firm mainly trades plastic profiles for the Dutch building industry.
Founded by Wout Tromp (commercial director) and his wife, Aly.
1990 - Start of production in Coevorden.
Mr Lucas Veldsink (technical director) joins the company as co-owner.
The first machine for the production of plastic profiles is purchased; the first step in the transition from trading company to production company.
1993 - Production moves to the Gramsbergen industrial zone.
Plant now consists of 4 extruders.
1994 - Takeover Gereedschapsmakerij Leusink.
This secures the capacity and quality of the tool making department.
As a result, CF is able to better structure the increasing demand for customer-specific profiles.
1996 - Takeover Thermos Kunststoffen BV, Oosterwolde (production company soft profiles).
At the time, CF only produced hard PVC profiles.
Thanks to this merger, the standard range could be expanded with a wide range of soft PVC profiles.
2001 - Expansion of company buildings with offices in Gramsbergen, total area 6.000 m2.
2004 - Takeover Sima Kunststoffen b.v.
This manufacturer of plastic profiles is the former employer of current directors L. Veldsink and W. Tromp. The company had been based in Gramsbergen for years and its specialist products were sold in market sectors other than those of CF.
2009 - Takeover Bruynzeel Plastics BV, Hendrik Ido Ambacht.
This company is specialised in plastic profiles for the furniture industry, DIY market and greenhouse construction industry. Bruynzeel’s production moves to Gramsbergen.
2010 - Realisation of new, modern production hall in Gramsbergen, with a total area of 11.000 m2.
This plant currently houses the 35 extrusion lines that are used to produce plastic profiles for the European building and construction industry.