The company was founded in 1927 by Auguste, Francois & Jean Grosfillex. In 1954 Raymond Grosfillex expanded its turnover and laid the foundations for a modern industrial unit, now operating worldwide with factories in France, the USA and Russia. With large investments in research and technology, it has managed, using mainly synthetic resin, to dominate the last decades in the field of professional furniture. Every year, with innovative techniques, it renews its range in the direction of the sophisticated lifestyle. The exclusive cooperation enables us to ensure very affordable prices on furniture of both home and professional equipment.
In 1999 the factory from neighboring Turkey started the production of outdoor furniture mainly from polypropylene. He quickly turned to industrial rattan with great success in both the type of "knitting" and the colors he chose. Particularly impressive is the high durability of its products in hard professional use.
In 1923, Jacob Friedrich Werz founded a small gluten glue production facility in Goppingen to supply local joiners and plywood companies. In 1941, he took over the operation of a previous glue customer in Oberstenfeld, Ludwigsburg district, who produced deformed plywood (chair seats and backrests, plywood housing for the German radio and phono industry, etc.). From the mid-1950s, a completely new process was developed, the later patented WERZALIT process, in which ready-made tables, serving trays, wall panelling panels and the like were made from finely machined wood, synthetic resin glue and additives. Parts are manufactured – the birth of WERZALIT wood-based materials.
WERZALIT gradually becomes the material name, the name of the process and the company name. The production know-how of the WERZALIT process is underpinned by a large number of patents. Over time, the process is also licensed at home and abroad.