Windows are the eyes of the house.
Not only do windows let light in and allow you to see outside of your home, they can also tell a lot about the personality of the house and its owner, their attitude towards themselves, other people, and the world around them.
THE HISTORY OF ARBO WINDOWS
Arbo Windows purchases the equipment of a company who has ceased its activity and begins the production of windows and doors. The window production plant and our own insulated glass unit production facilities become the most invaluable assets of Arbo Windows. Jānis Lasmanis takes the chair of the board of the new company.
Arbo Windows reaches a turnover of 2.5 million and opens a representative office in Riga.
The company employs 63 people.
It is the only manufacturer of wooden windows and doors in Latvia exporting its products to Japan.
Exports to Sweden are launched.
Arbo Windows obtains NDVK certification which certifies that our products comply with the Norwegian window and door control requirements.
Turnover of EUR 4.2 million is achieved.
Largest projects in Latvia – Pastariņa Elementary School in Cēsis, Jelgava Gymnasium, Riga Waldorf School.
Export share 57%.
P-mark certificate obtained, certifying compliance of the windows and doors we produce with the requirements for the Swedish market.
Participation in the largest Nordic construction fair Bygg Reis Deg 2017 and the Timber Expo 2017 in UK.
The company's turnover reaches EUR 5 million.
Largest projects in Latvia – Riga 1st Hospital, French Lyceum, office building at 15 Audēju Street.
87% of the production volume is exported.
One of the company’s largest projects, Grand Poet by Semarah Hotels on Raiņa Boulevard, is completed. This project later received the Riga Architecture Award as an excellent example of renovation and transformation of historic buildings. Arbo Windows provided historic replicas of wooden windows for the project.
Turnover of EUR 5.2 million is achieved. The company employs 105 people. Export share ~ 80%. We plan to invest ~EUR 2 million in automation of our factory to enhance productivity.
The year ended with a turnover of EUR 5.6 million. Installation of new equipment is completed. The plant starts up with 2 new Biesse CNC machines, new painting and impregnation lines are opened. Investments amount to a total of EUR 2.5 million. A new product is developed for export to Sweden.