Founded in 1777 by William Kent, G.B. Kent & Sons are the world’s oldest brush manufacturer.
Founded in 1935 by Friedrich Redecker, Bürstenhaus Redecker is a third-generation, family-owned manufacturer of handmade brushes.
Founded in 1867 by M. Westermann as Westermann & Co., Wesco is the manufacturer of the most iconic push bin, the Pushboy.
Founded in 1884 by Robert Weintraud as a manufacturer of office supplies and smoking accessories, Rowenta is a manufacturer of small household appliances, mostly known for its clothes irons.
Founded in 1850 by Henry Christy, Christy is the manufacturer of the finest towels in the world.
Founded in 1807 by Henricus van den Acker, Van den Acker is one of the few Dutch weaving mills that successfully serves the worldwide market with its own collections. At this moment the sixth generation runs the company.
Founded in 1948 by Friedrich Kraus, Fashy makes the most iconic hot water bottle. Fashy was one of the pioneers in plastic consumer goods, and started out as a wholesale business dealing in rubber and plastic products.
In the 17th century in Normandy, peasants made fishing nets by hand. In 1860 these workers were organized and Filt was formed as a company.
Founded in 1939 by Holger Nielsen as a metal workshop, Vipp is the manufacturer of the most iconic pedal bin.
Founded in Denmark in 1906 by Peder Andersen Fisker and Hans Marius Nielsen, Nilfisk originally produced electrical engines for ventilators, kitchen elevators and other appliances.
The Lola Company history dates back to 1857, when Paul Schmidt founded a brush factory, A. Schmidt & Co.