Company history

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  • 1990

    In the small village of Wędkowy, near Tczew, Polish and Danish founded the DANLUX manufacturing company. The factory manufactured wooden windows for the Polish, German, and Danish market and employed approximately 50 people.
  • 1998

    DANLUX was bought by the Danish company Rationel. New technologies and products boosted the company’s sales on the Scandinavian market.
  • 2004

    The company was incorporated into the Danish VKR Group, which decided to invest in and expand the factories, creating Window Village.
  • 2005

    The VKR Group launched a series of investments resulting in the construction of 5 factories over the next three years.
  • 2008

    Construction on the Window Village investment project - with a total area of 60,000 m2 - was completed. A modern and ecological machining facility was created. By this time, the company already employed over 1,400 people. Three brands of windows are produced at Window Village: Rationel, VELFAC and Svenska Fönster.
  • 2011

    The DOVISTA name was adopted for all brands.
  • 2016

    The MC/T8 Powder Coating facility, where aluminium window profiles are powder painted, was opened. The facility is one of the most modern in Europe. The company continued to develop, and more and more employees were taken on.
  • 2018

    The Consolidation Centre was opened to handle orders produced at Window Village factories. The company employs approximately 2,400 people.