Czech engineer Špalek acquires a mill in Kamnik and starts to manufacture metal parts and locks.
Anne Hartmann becomes new owner.
The company is taken over by dr. Hermann Bessemer from the firm Krainische Eisenwarenfabrik G.m.b.H. in Stein.
The future president of SFRY Josip Broz TITO is among the workers at Titan.
Production of first mortised door locks begins and the foundry is started.
The foundry starts operation at present location.
The company is renamed “TITAN” Hrvatsko dioničko društvo za trgovino željezom, Zagreb.
The company is acquired by OLT from Osijek / Croatia.
Production of door mountings, furniture locks, coffee grinders, and mincers begins. In the years before World War II, the company experiences great progress.
Production moves towards the manufacture of fittings, furniture locks, scales, weights, and different household devices. The factory survives the war undamaged, and it continues manufacture of the above-mentioned products intensively.
Titan becomes a state-owned company in the socialist state.
Modernisation of equipment and start of production of cylinders.
Launch of first powerful computer (IBM).
Start of privatisation process.
The company receives certificate ISO 9001 for its system of quality. For the quality of its products, it receives certificate DIN for cylindrical locks, which enables the firm to survive in foreign markets and to conquer new markets.
The first robot is put into operation, and thus new investment in automation and digitalisation of manufacturing is made.
Purchase, assembly and launch of new melting furnaces INDUCTOTHERM which enable stable and energetically efficient melt preparation.
The company celebrates the 100th anniversary of foundry activities.
Envisaged launch of new treatment and cleaning system for fittings which will increase productivity drastically and replace several existing machines.