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„Innovative materials“

Sports

The Constantia Sports Division deals with the development and production of high quality plastic composite materials for the ski and snowboard industry, the plates, automobile, construction, sports and leisure industry. About 380 staff generated about 11,2% of group revenues.

ISOSPORT

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In Austria and Slovenia, the ISOSPORT Group manufactures high quality composite plastic components and is the leading sup- plier of the ski and snowboard industry as well as major quality suppliers of thermo- plastic and thermoset composites for the sporting, recreational, construction, auto- motive and board industry. ISOSPORT markets its innovative products in more than 40 countries worldwide, such as run- ning surfaces, surfaces, sidewalls and fillers and reinforcing materials but also tennis rack strings, sandwich boards and plastic sheets for various applications. High quality standards, process reliability, productivity and cost efficiency in the plants have the highest priority too. All mate- rials and components are developed according to specific customer needs and are produced by state-of-the-art technology. Extensive experience in the plastics tech- nology enables the company to identify and satisfy new trends in its markets. ISOSPORT consistently focuses on modern, custom-designed production facilities, uncompromising quality, total customer orientation and innovation, thereby sustainably securing its leading technological position.

Employees:
380
Revenues:
76.7 m€
Locations:
4
Export quota:
77.2%

*Basis 2013

Chronology

  • image description 1969
    Constantia Industrieholding AG is founded under Constantia Industrieverwaltungs-
    gesellschaft m.b.H.
  • image description 1984
    Iso-Holding AG is founded
  • image description 1986
    Constantia Industrieholding AG goes public at the Vienna Stock Exchange
  • image description 1994
    Separation
    into Constantia-Iso AG and
    Constantia Verpackungen AG
  • image description 1995
    Launch of Constantia-Iso AG at the Vienna Stock Exchange
  • image description 2004
    Delisting of Constantia-Iso AG, name change to Constantia Industries AG
  • image description 2006
    Takeover of MASA-Decor-Group and merger of Letron GmbH and MASA-Decor-Group
    into impress decor GmbH
  • image description 2007
    Launch of biomass power plant St. Veit/Glan
  • image description 2008
    Commissioning of FunderMax heat exchange press in St.Veit/Glan
  • image description 2010
    Spin off of ISOVOLTAIC AG as a sister company of Constantia Industries AG
  • image description 2013
    Disposal of impress group

OUR COMPANIES

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