Features of SALAMANDER
Window accessory providing reliable and energy-efficient ventilation of the room. The fan can be discreetly integrated into all Salamander uPVC windows, providing a constant supply of fresh air, even in confined spaces. An integrated flow limiting system prevents drafts.
Johann Jacob Sigl
Jakob Siegl bought the property (location in Türkheim, commune in Germany, Bavaria), which, in addition to the old wood chipping workshop, also had a hydroelectric power plant) and laid the foundation for today’s Salamander company.
After many years of development, Salamander was first launched into production with its specially made leather fiber material, which was used in boots and insoles.
The company began its activity in the field of injection molding technology – the production of heels for women’s shoes.
The foundation is laid for modern plastic extrusion for window and door profiles in the Salamander Window and Door Systems division. Manufacturing plants are located only in Germany – Türkheim and Papenburg.
Manufacture of adhesives, sealing materials and dyes.
In Wloclawek, Poland, another plant for the production of window and door profiles was launched.
Salamander Industrie-Produkte GmbH acquired Brügmann Fenster-Systeme GmbH, including the Brügmann branch in Poland and the headquarters in Papenburg.
Brügmann has been specializing in the production of PVC profiles since 1958.
Salamander retained the Brügmann trademark by uniting two high-quality PVC profile manufacturers under its brand.
Dortmund/MBO acquires Salamander Industrie-Produkte GmbH.
Acquisition of the BelBauPlast enterprise, Brest, Belarus.
Presentation of evolutionDrive, the lift-and-slide door system.
Internationalization of Salamander: foundation of a distribution and logistics company in Brazil.