The consequenses of the 2nd World War had effect on the company as well and the resumption of production started with easy products, which were necessary for rebuilding.
The production started under difficult circumstances, because on the one hand there was not enough resources and on the other hand there were great problems with providing combustibles for the boiler. In the year 1950 the company started to employ trainees again.
1955 the company became state-owned and was merged with other companies – the VEB (K) Holz Schmiedeberg was founded (nationally-owned company). Because of high production quality, increasing output and fast reacting to new customer’s requirements, the firm always presented itself with high success at the furniture exhibitions LEIPZIGER MESSE and KÖLNER Möbelmesse.
Due to rebuildings and new acquisitions and despite operative reorganizations and other challenges our company improved the efficency and quality and regularly came up with innovations. For that we got many awards, one of them was the highest quality title of the GDR: the certification mark “Q”.