1996-10-11

• The Management Board of Plettac AG decides to establish in Poland a company named Plettac Distribution Sp. z o.o. with the initial capital of 200,000 PLN
• Plettac AG assumes 100% shares
• Plettac AG is represented by Mr Klaus Buttgereit

1996–10–15

• Notarial deed - setting up the company and appointing its first Management Board
    - President: Ralf Waltmann
    - Vice-President: Mirosław Zoruk
    - Member of the Management Board: Maciej Wasiluk

1996-11–20

• Plettac Distribution company seated in Siedlce is registered

1996-12–05

• The transfer of the company’s seat from Siedlce to a village Konik Nowy near Warsaw

1997–03-19

• The initial capital is raised to 1,000,000 PLN

1998–01-12

• The transfer of the company’s seat to Ostrzeszów
• A change within the Management Board: the previous Management Board is dismissed and a new one appointed:
    - President of the Management Board: Krzysztof Gąsiorek
    - Vice-President of the Management Board: Ralf Waltmann
    - Member of the Management Board: Mirosław Zoruk

1998–10-29

• The initial capital is raised to 2,000,000 PLN

1999–06–28

• The Member of the Management Board Mirosław Zoruk is dismissed

1999–12–06

• Bolesław Janik is granted a procuration

2000–03–23

• New shareholders enter:
    - Krzysztof Gąsiorek: 12 %
    - Bolesław Janik: 8 %

2003–11–13

• The announcement of Plettac AG’s bankruptcy proceedings

2004–09–29

• The acquisition of 100% shares in Plettac Distribution from a bankruptcy trustee:
   - Krzysztof Gąsiorek: 60 %
   - Bolesław Janik: 40 %

2005–07-07

• The initial capital is raised to 2,300,000 PLN
• The start of a scaffolding production plant

2013-12–19

• Frame Plettac PD scaffolding gains the certificate of compliance and a safety certificate

2015-10–05

• The launch of an automated production line for facade scaffoldings

2016–01–12

• Plettac PDM modular scaffolding gains the certificate of compliance and a safety certificate

2016–09–19

• The launch of an automated production line for modular scaffoldings