| 1932 A date to remember. Juvéls Åkeri, Sweden, is founded by Mr. Einar Juvél.
1967 First bulk lorry is bought for special transport.
1980 Gåsgruvan lime plant in Sweden is acquired from Uddeholm in 1980. Limestone quarrying actually began back in 1852.
1986 The lime works in Boda and Rättvik and the limestone deposit in Jutjärn are acquired in Sweden.
1988 Rättviks lime plant in Sweden goes into operation.
1989 Construction work begins on new hydration plant for slaked lime in Rättvik, Sweden.
1992 Gåsgruvan Kalcit AB, Sweden, is founded, a jointly owned company that manufactures fillers and coating agents for the paper industry.
1995 Acquisition of STORA Cells kiln, warehouse and port in Sandarne, Sweden.
1996 Part share in Mo i Rana lime plant, Norway.
1996 Quality certification to ISO 9002.
1997 Acquisition of SSAB’s lime kilns in Oxelösund, Sweden.
1998 Sole owner of Mo i Rana lime plant, Norway.
1998 Acquisition of Stucks limestone deposit on Gotland, Sweden.
|| 1999 Acquisition of Võhmuta limestone deposit, Estonia.
1999 Acquisition of Shoumen lime plant, Bulgaria.
2000 Acquisition of two production plants in Finland; Kalkkimaa and Loukolampi.
2000 Acquisition of two lime plants in Bulgaria; Dobromir and Malko Tarnovo.
2001 Investment in production of burned dolomite in Rättvik, Sweden.
2002 Eco management system certification that fulfils the requirements of ISO 14001.
2002 Start-up new lime plant for production of burnt lime in Röyttä (Tornio) Finland.
2002 Acquisition of production facilities for magnesiumhydroxide, magnesium oxide and lime/dolomite in Porsgrunn, Norway.
2003 Investment in the new port at Stucks, Gotland, Sweden.
2003 Start-up of the third kiln at Rättvik, Sweden.
2005 Start-up of hydration plant at Röyttä, Finland.
2008 Acquisition of limestone quarry in Dimitrovgrad, Bulgaria.
2011 Start-up new terminal at Kolbäck, Sweden