The company opens its doors for the first time on a farm in the Overberg under the name Infinite Woods, specialising in the built-in kitchen and -cupboard market. The company consists of its director, Evert Loubser, and two employees.
The second director, Hannes Loubser, joins the company, specialising in design.
Move to Brackenfell and enter the wood component market under the brand Loubser Wood Components (LWC), The third director, Jaco Loubser, joins the company responsible for finance and administration.
The staff grows to 20 full-time employees.
LWC moves to a 3000m² factory in Brackenfell and upgrades its spray facility. The staff grows to 30 permanent employees.
LWC invests in a state-of-the-art sanding facility with CNC technology and introduces its first computerised Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.
LWC becomes a member of the Kitchen Specialists Association (KSA).
LWC further invests in CNC technology.
LWC implements new 3D software technology.
The full-time staff grows to 45 employees.
Roll-out of new machines in the edge banding, cutting and drilling departments.