Operations began in Monterrey with a 170-ton press that manufactured copper profiles, giving way to its name Cuprum. Soon after, the company began to focus its energy on manufacturing aluminum profiles.
Aluminum ladders manufacturing commences.
Ladder exportation to the United States begins.
Start of fiberglass ladders manufacturing.
Acquisition of Cuprum by Grupo IMSA resulting in IMSALUM division.
Window manufacturing begins.
Acquisition of 9 Alutodo (aluminum, glass and accessories) stores.
Acquisition of Alcomex, Industrial profile manufacturer and seller.
Louisville Ladder Group, LLC in created in United States after an alliance with Emerson Inc. is forged.
Acquisition of 100% of Louisville Ladder Group, LLC.
Verzatec separates from Grupo IMSA
Acquisition of Metales Diaz, a chain of 9 stores that sell sheets and profiles to end users.
Cuprum separates from Verzatec
Continental Aluminum (Alcon), a chain of 10 stores, is acquired.
Acquisition of Grupo Metro Aluminio (6 stores).
Merger with Aluminio Conesa provided vi Elementia, adding 2 plants and 1 retail store to the Group.
NAFLEX assents an aluminum foil manufacturer is acquired.
Mercantil Gómez Lozano, a chain of 8 stores is acquired.
Distribuidora de Aluminio Industrial, a company with 3 services centers is aquired.
Aluminio y Accesorios de Monterrey is acquired (3 stores).
Aluminios Galgo, a chain of 9 stores, is incorporated.
Century Industries assets in United States is acquired through Louisville Ladder Inc.
Lite Ladder and Featherlite is acquired in Canada.
Grupo CAP is acquired (7 stores).
One of Grupo Cuprum’s strategic objectives is to conduct itself in a sustainable manner through social responsibility. Because of this, our Sustainability Strategy is conformed of three pillars that represent the development of a simultaneous environmental, social, and economic value of our business plan.