Albert Hahn and Heinrich Eisner founded a Pipe-Works in Bohumín
First cast iron radiators manufactured in a foundry
Moravskoslezská a.s. (Moravian-Silesian, JSC) for wire industry builds a Wire-Work in Bohumín
Starting up of a galvanized wire production, the first manufacturing line of this kind in Europe
Introduction of low carbon steel and copper wire rope production
Start of production of patented wire
Nationalisation of the company
Production of martensite and needle wire and starting of spring production
The merger of two formerly separate companies into one called “Železárny a drátovny Bohumín” (Iron and Wire Works Bohumín)
Opening of a new Patented-Wire Drawing Mill
Opening of the part of the Wire-Works producing steel cords and foot cables
Transformation of the state-owned enterprise into a state-owned joint-stock company called ŽDB a.s.
Completion of privatisation by coupon method and private investors
The company’s general meeting elected representatives of the majority owners to the board of directors and the supervisory board
Inauguration of the first joint venture Bekaert-ŽDB Bohumín, s.r.o.
Wire Mill was divided into five divisions:
- Wire Mill LC Division
- Wire Mill HC Division
- Steel Wire Rope Division
- Steel Cord Division
- Spring Division
High Carbon Wire Mill and Low Carbon Wire Mill were merged into one unit called Drátovna (the Wire Mill)
Steelcord division integrated into the Wire Mill
Steel wire rope division and Drawing dies division incorporated into the Wire Mill
Project of division by spin-off and establishment of a separate company ŽDB DRÁTOVNA a.s.
From 1 October 2012 ŽDB Drátovna a.s. became a new subsidiary of Třinecké železárny – Moravia Steel
Implementation of the SAP system throughout the company ŽDB DRÁTOVNA a.s.
The kick-off of the project “Modernisation of Non-patented Wire Drawing plant – Part 1”
The recovery of the Pickling house within one year of the burnout.
The kick-off of the project “Modernisation of Non-patented Wire Drawing plant – Part 2”
The building of a new dispatch hall and its commissioning