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History

1930

Rasch established

1930

1960

Operations moved to Motala

1960

1964

Borås Ventilation founded

1964

1971

Rasch begins in-house manufacturing and opens an office in Stockholm

1971

1970s

Rasch is the first Swedish manufacturer to offer louvres with Air Tightness Class 3

1970s

1980

The first motorised fire dampers are manufactured

1980

1980s

Rasch is the first Swedish manufacturer to offer class-4 louvres

1980s

1985

The first combination cowl is launched

1985

1986

KMI Luftteknik is founded and handles manufacturing for Borås Ventilation

1986

1990

Bevent is established as a sales company for Borås Ventilation

1990

1994

Hydria Invest is established, which among other companies incorporates Bevent, KMI Luftteknik, and Borås Ventilation

1994

1995

Rasch in Motala acquired by Hydria Invest

1995

1998

Rasch and Bevent merge, forming Bevent Rasch

1998

2004

Rasch’s Motala factory is expanded by 2,000 square metres; KMI Luftteknik’s manufacturing is taken over by Rasch

2004

2010

A new Rasch warehouse is constructed in Motala, with a total area of 9,400 square metres

2010

2019

Rasch invests in a punch machine, a bending machine, and an automatic warehouse at a total cost of 30 million SEK

2019

2020

Expansion of Rasch’s facilities by 8,000 square metres

2020

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