STEICO - The group for green building products

 

The leader in wood fibre insulation products

The STEICO success story began in 1986 with the founding of Steinmann & Co. GmbH. From its humble beginnings as a small timber importer, STEICO has evolved over the years, developing into the leading manufacturer of wood fibre insulation materials. The STEICO Group is the world leader in the manufacture and sale of wood fibre insulation materials and employs around 1300 people. The headquarters of STEICO SE are located in Feldkirchen near Munich to manage the group, sales, technical advice and research and development. Production takes place at three European sites - Czarnków (Poland), Czarna Woda (Poland) and Casteljaloux (France). STEICO group also has two sales offices in France (Brumath) and Great Britain (Caddington).

The structure is very lean, flexible and efficient. Thus,  optimal customer service and fast response times are ensured.


The STEICO group is particularly known for its environmentally friendly wood fibre insulation materials. Besides these, we offer hemp insulation, beams (structural building products) and manufacture hardboard. The distribution of Laminated Veneered Lumber further completes the range, offering an unrivalled product mix. The products are manufactured in modern facilities using advanced technologies combined with decades of know-how to offer new possibilities in the production of innovative, ecological and economical building materials.


All the products manufactured by STEICO are certified under the banner of the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) to guarantee our commitment to producing environmentally and ecological products


STEICO products are manufactured in modern, fully automated production processes to meet the requirements of European standards and building regulations. Independent third party testing ensures strict compliance of the products with the relevant Building Approvals. All our factories operate under a certified quality management system according to ISO 9001:2008 ensuring consistently high product quality during manufacture.

Our knowlageable staff and technical support offers you the guarantee of the best advice about the products and applications. In addition, we work closely with our distributors to provide local expertise and on site support.

July 2017
The Deutsche Institute fur Bautechnik (DiBT) awards a European Technical Approval to the cellulose air injected insulation STEICOfloc and STEICOfloc NB (Borate free) with a nominal thermal conductivity of λD 0,038 W/m*K

January 2017

The new STEICOflex 036 high-performance insulating material has a lambda value of 0.036, the lowest thermal conductivity among natural insulating materials.

 

October 2016

STEICOfloc cellulose air-injected insulation with excellent thermal conductivity of
λ = 0.039 W/(m*K) receives building control approval Z-23.11-2070 from the Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik (DIBt) (German Institute for Structural Engineering).

 

August 2016

STEICO decides to expand its capacity for laminated veneer lumber due to sustained positive demand, with plans to double annual production capacity.

 

March 2016

STEICO celebrates its 30th anniversary and its unprecedented development into a system supplier for modern timber construction.

 

July 2015

The first board is produced at the new laminated veneer lumber facility after only one year of construction.

 

July 2014

Groundbreaking takes place for the new laminated veneer lumber production facility in Czarna Woda.

 

March 2014

STEICO approves the construction of another production facility for wood-fibre insulating materials using the wet process as well as its own production line for laminated veneer lumber.

 

2013

The company moves into its new headquarters as planned in August 2013. The building was constructed entirely using the STEICO construction system.

 

2012

Company growth over the past few years makes it necessary to expand the office space. In October 2012, the foundation stone is laid for the construction of the new headquarters in Feldkirchen.

 

2012

STEICO completes the commissioning of a new production facility for wood-fibre insulating materials using the dry process. The capacity of the facility is around 500,000 m3 per year.

 

2011

STEICO AG converts into a European public limited company and now operates under the name STEICO SE.

 

2011

STEICO puts a new production facility for the manufacture of STEICOflex into operation at Casteljaloux. The capacity of the facility is around 250,000 m3 per year.

 

2010

For the first time in the history of the company, STEICO produces approximately 1 million m3 of insulating materials per year.

 

October 2009

STEICO takes over major British wholesaler of timber construction materials Puhoswood Ltd, thereby strengthening its position on the UK market.

 

May 2008

STEICO agrees the exclusive, Europe-wide sale of laminated veneer lumber with Russian manufacturer Taleon Terra.

 

March 2008

STEICO acquires French manufacturer of wood-fibre insulating materials Isoroy Casteljaloux SAS, thereby strengthening its involvement on the French market. The production facility is rebranded STEICO Casteljaloux. At the same time, sales company STEICO France SAS is established in Imbsheim, France.

 

June 2007

STEICO is listed on the stock exchange. Shares of STEICO AG are now traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (entry standard) and the Munich Stock Exchange (m:access).

 

April 2006

STEICO puts two new production facilities for hemp insulating materials and I-joists into operation at the Czarnków site. The hemp insulating materials complement the existing range of wood-fibre insulating materials, while STEICO is opening up the market for construction elements with the I-joists. Both products are intended to ensure further substantial growth.

 

October 2005

STEICO acquires a second production site in Czarna Woda (south of Gdańsk, Poland). The current total usable area of the site is more than 500 ha. STEICO is the largest wood-fibre insulation board manufacturer in Europe.

 

February 2005

Another state-of-the-art production facility for manufacturing wood-fibre insulating materials using the wet process is commissioned at the Czarnków plant (Poland),

 

January 2005

Complete takeover of Polish company Ekopłyta S.A.; Ekopłyta S.A. production facility rebranded as STEICO S.A.

 

February 2004

The third production facility for manufacturing wood-fibre insulation boards using the wet process is opened at the Ekopłyta plant in Czarnków (Poland).

 

2002

STEICO AG receives the internationally recognised FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certification mark for its entire product range of wood-fibre insulation boards. Along with its sales department, STEICO is certified according to SGS-COC-0547.

 

2002

Production starts for flexible wood-fibre insulation boards (innovative dry process).

 

2001

Steinmann & Co. GmbH transforms into STEICO AG. The limited company is completely absorbed by the unlisted public limited company.

 

1998

The company acquires a 33% share in Ekopłyta S.A. Czarnków (Poland); the process of plant expansion begins to become Europe's biggest wood-fibre insulation board production site. Today, STEICO AG holds 100% of the company shares.

 

1986

Gesellschaft für Bau- und Industriebedarf Steinmann & Co. GmbH established, with a focus on wood imports.

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