Establishment of sales organization in Sweden.
RIAS merged with the subsidiary Nordisk Plast at the beginning of October 2010.
Nordisk Plast inaugurates 6,000 m2 of new and modern warehouse and administration premises in Assentoft near Randers.
RIAS takes over all shares in Nordisk Plast.
Inauguration of a modern warehouse building of 2400 square metres, after which all RIAS' activities are gathered at Industrivej in Roskilde. Concurrently, the administrative premises are refurbished and extended with new conference facilties and reception.
RIAS takes over the activities in RODENA, thus significantly strengthening its position as a supplier of plastic products and accessories to DIY centres and superstores in Scandinavia.
RIAS acquires the processing company Akni Plast, now named RIPRO (RIAS Production), as part of RIAS' strategy to offer its customers industrial processing of plastic semi-manufactures of a high level of craftsmanship, including laser cutting, milling, bending, drilling, gluing and polishing.
RIAS consolidates its leading position on the Danish market for plastic semi-manufactures by taking over the plastic activities from Tibnor Danmark.
The Amer Group sells its shareholding to Thyssen Handelsunion AG, Germany.
During the following months and years, the activities in the foreign subsidiaries are wound up, and RIAS subsequently concentrates on its core activities on the Danish market.
The Knud E. Jacobsen family, sells the majority shareholding to the Finnish Amer Group.
RIAS becomes listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.
Establishment of subsidiary in Oslo.
Establishment of subsidiary in Stockholm.
The activities are supplemented with distribution of plastic semi-manufactures.
Knud E. Jacobsen founds RIAS (Roskilde Industri Aktie selskab) in Roskilde. The company produces cast acrylic sheets.
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