Manufacturing of houses under the name of Palmako Ehitus AS was started in Tartumaa, Kavastu. The first products included homes and saunas made of machine-rounded logs.
Imprest AS was founded, production of machine-rounded timber products began in Ojaküla.
Moved towards mass manufacture of garden cabins made of square logs. During the changes, the entire production technology was replaced.
First garden houses were packed on new packing line.
Beginning of manufacturing windows and doors for garden houses.
First custom-sized log houses were manufactured, which are produced one by one and according to the client’s wishes, when needed.
Glued laminated timber plant was opened, which enabled Palmako to provide duo-trio beams and glulam beams in addition to the houses.
French subsidiary Palmako France s.a.r.l was founded.
Palmako AS acquired a production facility of failed Boxer Puidu Export, a company based in Laekvere, which started manufacturing garden houses with a production volume of 15,000 m3 a year.
Pellet factory was opened, which facilitated the production of premium quality pellets of 6 and 8 mm diameters.
Palmako AS purchased a manufacturing plant in Põltsamaa with the aim of expanding production and improving conditions for its workers.
Palmako AS started manufacturing wood pellets packed in smaller 15 kg bags, sold under the brand name HEAT!T.
Garden house e-store opens in Estonia.
Põltsamaa complex launches production of windows and doors.
Palmako and Imprest, the Baltic production and sales leader in machine-rounded garden products, merge.
Garden house e-store opens in Finland
Swedish subsidiary Palmako AB was founded.
Norwegian subsidiary Palmako Norge AS was founded.
Imprest AS finally merged with Palmako AS.
German subsidiary Palmako Deutschland GmbH was founded.