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Nestle Fenster – in the Same Branch Since 11 Generations - Since 1622

Activity in the same branch since 11 generations.
With Jürgen Nestle, business leader since 1990, the company experienced a strong growth.


Recent history since the 90th

  • 1990: Cabinet in Dornstetten with 300 m² and 4 employees
  • 1993: New cabinet in Tumlingen with 1000 m² and 8 employees
  • 1994: Production of wood-aluminium window s launched
  • 1996: Production of PVC window s launched
  • 1999: First CNC machine, brand « Homag »
  • 2000: Market launch of « Novum »-windows, 20 employees
  • 2003: New stock in Tumlingen, 2000 m², 25 employees
  • 2004: New CNC-machine
  • 2006: Extension of the PVC-window-prouction, 3000 m², 30 employees
  • 2007: Developement of « K1-P »-window with integrated blind, which is « Passivhaus »-certified.
  • 2008: International expansion: the first passive house in Northern Ireland is equipped with K1-P windows. Other markets are developed.
  • 2009: One part of the production moves to Horb, 3500 m², 35 employees
  • 2010: Nestle Fenster is awarded with « Global Connect Award » for successful internationalization
  • 2010: New construction of a workshop in Hörschweiler
  • 2011: New CNC machine „Homag BMB 923“
  • 2012: 40 employees, 4000 m²
  • 2012: 390 year company history
  • 2012: New entry door program „I am“
  • 2013: New subsidiary Fensterbau Bruder in Baden-Baden Neuweier:
    www.fensterbau-bruder.de
  • 2014 employees: 50
  • 2014 Introduction of the new window system "Baden-Baden" (historical buildings)
  • 2015 New storage and logistics hall