History of LIST Technology AG
August: LIST Technology AG opens a technology center in South Korea (TC Asia)
LIST acquires Heinz Halbich AG in Biel, a manufacturing company. LIST is now able to offer its clients a fully integrated Swiss solution, from development to production and commissioning of our engineered, designed and manufactured industrial equipment.
LIST is established in South Korea, Headquartered in Seoul
Jakob Müller Group establishes LIST Technology AG as new company to continue the business activity of the former LIST AG
Opening of the new LIST Customer Center in Arisdorf
LIST enters into oil sludge recovery business
Opening of LIST Demonstration Center LDC for elastomers and rubbers
Introduction of the Master-Conti-Concept for Lyocell fiber dissolution
2008 / 2009
Completion of the Development of Devolatilization of BR / SBR
First industrial-scale KneaderReactor for continuous bulk polymerization
40 Years LIST. First industrial-scale cellulose dissolving system
LIST supplies a complete direct desolventizing system including its revolutionary single shaft main evaporator technology as well as its twin shaft devolatilizer technology.
LIST debuts its direct desolventizing technology as it brings the first large-scale continuous polymer devolatilizer system on line
LIST improves on its popular twin shaft technology with the introduction of co-rotating and counter-rotating systems
LIST is established in USA. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.
LIST installs the first successful industrial-scale continuous sugar substitute processing line.
LIST pioneers the first commercial Continuous TDI Recovery System.
The DISCOTHERM B single shaft unit is introduced.
Heinz List establishes LIST AG, a family-owned company in Switzerland.
Heinz List was a pioneer of modern industrial processing technology. His research in the field of continuous kneading led to the development of the Co-Kneader, which continues to be used today. When he founded the company, he envisioned an organization that would continue to contribute to the advancements that he made. His innovations earned Heinz List an induction into the Polymer Processing Hall of Fame at the University of Akron, OH, USA and a place in the gallery of celebrities of the Stuttgart University, Germany