Foundation of the company by Dr. Günther Kast. Production of backlining materials for industrial book binderies, wrapping cloths made of mull for the production of dry batteries, woven self-adhesive scrim tape made of mull for the laying of gypsum plaster boards, tarlatan for the clothing industry.
Relocation to Abt-Reubi-Str. 6 in Sonthofen.
Build-up of sales organisation for glass fabrics for plaster reinforcement as one of the first companies in Germany.
Foundation of Dr. Günther Kast GmbH & Co. Technische Gewebe Spezial-Fasererzeugnisse KG.
Built-up of an own refinement for the manufacturing of technical textiles.
Mr. Christoph Kast joins the management of the company.
Acquisition of a long-time Hungarian glass fibre supplier which strengthened our position in the glass fibre sector in Europe.
Our special paper lined mull for industrial book binderies is patented.
Acquisition of the mobile property and working capital of the company Leuze & Rilling in Wannweil and expansion of the company Dr. Kast with a new relocation in Sonthofen, Fluhensteinweg 3.
Purchase of the production line of a long-time Swedish supplier and continuation of the hereupon manufactured product assortment especially for dry mortarless construction.
Take-over of a long-time South German partner, which increased our efficiency for finishings and coatings for the graphic industry.
Integration of the South German partner into the location Sonthofen.
The company Dr. Günther Kast celebrates with their employees its 50th anniversary .
As a manufacturer of technical textiles and special fibre products we offer individual fabric adjustments, colourings, finishings, coatings, overprints, gumming and their packings according to the customers' request.
The company Dr. Günther Kast GmbH & Co. KG puts special emphasis on service, adherence to delivery dates, stability of quality and professional advice. Our close cooperation with machine manufacturers, customers and suppliers, combined with our decades-long experience enables us to provide products for the most different industrial applications in almost 80 countries worldwide.