Group history BAUX

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2006
The Group began to export its products. Today, its exports to 12 different countries account for  80% of its sales.

2006

The Group began to export its products. Today, its exports to 12 different countries account for 80% of its sales.
2012

Under the umbrella of its expansion plan, in 2010,  the Group inaugurated a distribution centre in Madrid  with the aim of servicing nationwide demand even more efficiently.

2012

Under the umbrella of its expansion plan, in 2010, the Group inaugurated a distribution centre in Madrid with the aim of servicing nationwide demand even more efficiently.

1995

Baux Group began business in 1995, which is when the Bancolor factory, owned at the time by the Serratosa Caturla family, was inaugurated.

2001
Having enjoyed rapid growth on the back of a successful business plan and strong industrial demand during the early years,  the Group opened a second factory in Segorbe  with a dual objective: expanding the range of products marketed to end customers by adding hot rolled products to its portfolio and supplying the Bancolor factory with the material it needed to meet the needs of its customer base.

2001

Having enjoyed rapid growth on the back of a successful business plan and strong industrial demand during the early years, the Group opened a second factory in Segorbe with a dual objective: expanding the range of products marketed to end customers by adding hot rolled products to its portfolio and supplying the Bancolor factory with the material it needed to meet the needs of its customer base.
2009-2015
Two rotary furnaces were installed at the Segorbe factory giving the Group productive capacity of up to  70,000 tonnes of aluminium , a milestone that increased the two subsidiaries' production ceiling considerably.

2009-2015

Two rotary furnaces were installed at the Segorbe factory giving the Group productive capacity of up to 70,000 tonnes of aluminium , a milestone that increased the two subsidiaries’ production ceiling considerably.
2017
Investment firm NK5 acquired the companies comprising Baux Group and its president and co-founder, Juan José Nieto , took up the presidency of the holding company. The investment marked the start of a new era under a shareholder committed to the growth and professionalisation of the Group, hand in hand with its existing management team.

2017

Investment firm NK5 acquired the companies comprising Baux Group and its president and co-founder, Juan José Nieto , took up the presidency of the holding company. The investment marked the start of a new era under a shareholder committed to the growth and professionalisation of the Group, hand in hand with its existing management team.
Jupiter

2018

From December 2018, Baux takes part of the American Group Jupiter Aluminium Corporation, founded in 1992 by Dietrich Gross. With annual production capacity of 125,000 tonnes, Jupiter has three manufacturing facilities: a scrap processing center in Indiana and two painting factories in Indiana and West Virginia.