Investment in new Rapida 106X-7+L press at Greven site to strengthen folding box expertise.
Restructuring of display operations across Group sites.
Sustainability initiatives brought together under ‘Circular Innovation’.
STI Group features again in Lexicon of German Family Businesses.
Restructuring of display operations at Gillingham site in the UK.
Expansion of Rumburk site in Czech Republic into display finishing centre.
STI Group receives ‘Brand of the Century’ award.
Investment in new KBA Rapida large-format press at Lauterbach site.
Expansion of printing capacity at Kecskemét site in Hungary.
Expansion of Lauterbach headquarters into Vogelsberg printing centre.
Opening of the STI Group`s first Chinese design centre in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.
Installation of the new STI Center of Logistics Vogelsberg GmbH in Alsfeld.
STI Group, Europe’s leading provider of PoS solutions and a major player in high quality packaging, has acquired the UK retail display business Line Packaging & Display Limited.
Cooperation with American packaging and display experts WestRock. Expansion of production capacities in Rumburk (Czech Republic).
Hungarian folding box specialists Petõfi Nyomda Kft. integrated into the STI Group.
Activities in the UK are launched onto a new platform.
Establishing a high productive production facility for corrugated board in Alsfeld. – STI Corrugated GmbH.
Founding of STI - Display Emballage Creation S.A.R.L. as a joint venture between STI - Gustav Stabernack GmbH and Grupo Miralles.
Strategic partnership with Frenkel - C.D. Ltd. (formerly Frenkel & Sons), Israel's leading packaging and display manufacturer.
Introduction of STI - Service - Technology – International, a new umbrella brand for all companies and services in the group.
With the acquisition of Schröter + Bake AG, the corporate group ascends into the ranks of Europe's leading providers of high quality packaging and displays.
The creation of a new production facility in the Czech Republic and the founding of numerous European sales subsidiaries are a reaction to the rise of pan-European and even global markets.
Annual revenues cross the 100 mn DM threshold for the first time.
At the 1st Annual German Packaging Competition , a product from Gustav Stabernack GmbH, the "tokibox" easy-carry box, brings home a prize.
Revenues climb to 10 mn DM.
Establishment of an internal pre-print unit as a profit center (now STI ProGrafik GmbH).
With the development of the first displays in the new plant in Grebenhain the STI Group strikes new paths. In addition to corrugated board, acrylic glass and plastics are used, too.
The birth of offset-printed corrugated cardboard revolutionises the packaging market. With the development of chrowell (a cardboard sheet laminated on single-face corrugated cardboard and with offset printing), packaging does more than just protect and transport. It is now an advertising medium as well.
Cornerstone laid on what is still the primary factory in Lauterbach.
First use of flexographic printing.
Temporary relocation to a riding arena near Sickendorf. Working partially with machines rescued from the ruins and new developments, Richard Stabernack and his son Wilhelm pick up the production of film canisters and round containers for cheese.
Development of a steam-driven lamination machine that can enhance simple gray cartons and straw board with a high-glass paper. The result is packaging with advertising appeal.
Destruction of the production site in Offenbach.
Construction of in-house R&D department, industrial solutions through standardisation for the packaging field.
Development of a round container for cheese, with the Lauterbach creamery among the first customers.
Expansion of the bindery to include "cardboard product production" and installation of first automated technology.
50th anniversary of company founding – the prevailing economic crisis was only tangentially felt.
Shoe cartons for Offenbach's leather goods industry and fine cardboard packaging are the company's primary products.
Company founded by master book binder Gustav Emil Stabernack in Offenbach on Main.