The history of Plum
Frederik Plum, merchant, establishes
N.M & F. Plum on 26 June
First production of Swarfega, a hand wash agent, later production is expanded with the soap and skin care products, mainly for industrial use
The company is reorganised to be managed by Ole and Karsten Plum. Plum's commercial and public limited company comprises a lumber yard and sawmill, retail sales of construction material, a mill and mortar company, iron and steel works company, PHS, tools and flourishing chemicals / technical products business
Plum launches its proprietary hand wash agent
Plum Kemi Produktion A/S is established, located at Plum's farm building in Assens, Denmark. The company changes its name to Plum Hudsikkerhed, subsequently to Plum A/S
Divestment of lumber yard, retail sales and iron works activities; Plum starts selling hand hygiene products for the healthcare sector
Product range is expanded with eye wash products and subsequently broadened with a range of plasters and first-aid kits for use in the workplace
Plum A/S moves to 7300 m2 newly constructed facilities at Frederik Plums vej, Denmark
Production facility expansion to support increased production output – launch of electronic dispensers
First-aid product range supplemented with the innovation of QuickSafe stations
CCS Healthcare AB acquires Plum A/S and becomes a market leader in the Nordic hygiene product segment
CCS Healthcare acquired by Finnish Kiilto
Lifco acquires the Workplace Safety business from KiiltoClean A/S.
The Workplace Safety becomes the company Plum Safety ApS.