Cardboard packaging were not of any great extent at the time, but the idea to package milk and butter in a box there. Stållinjestans was early to develop these types of packaging that today we find so natural to use.
In December 1966, Stållinjestans 7 employees, and was converted into a limited company. Packaging industry got a boost in the transition from the corner shop to supermarket sales, which meant that all products must be properly packed on the shelves.
The company has always followed this development during the ongoing effort to become better.
Investments have always been made in new facilities to provide superior dies at the right price. In 1990 was installed a laser cutting machine, and in December the same year changed its name to Stållinjestans AB Laserform.
Our investment in laser equipment that could produce both flat dies and rotary dies proved successful and led to strong growth.
But despite all the modern technology, the quality of the manual effort when diecutting tools making crucial. A well-trained staff with many years of experience helps us to be one step ahead. In recent years, many improvements have led to patent applications, which come to our clients.
At the end of 2002, we went through a certification audit of our quality and environmental management system, according to claim standard EN ISO 9001: 2000 and EN ISO 14001: 1996.
The certificates obtained in January 2003.
Stållinjestans AB Laserform owned today by the third generation.