2010 — Temal extends its 5 cm concept to coarse kitchen and launches the Combi series in deep depths of 40-60 cm at 5 cm intervals, as well as washing machines corresponding to the depths. The third expansion of the factory in Nakkila is completed. The total area of the plant is approximately 4,000 m2.
2011 – The five centimeter concept is spread to kitchen. A carefully planned and prepared generational change will be carried out at the end of the year, when Temal’s founder and CEO Boris Höglund will be chairman of the board and will transfer the operational activities to the following generation: CEO Harri Höglund and Deputy Managing Director Nina Zischka. The three-year renovation of the historic factory building in Järvenpää is completed. Temal is appointed to the entrepreneur of the year in Järvenpää.
2012 – The first year of the New Generation Management is a year of change in many ways: production organization is improved and job details are specified, costs cut, 5 cm concept concentrated, aesthetics take place alongside functionality and product design gained importance. You take the first steps towards internationalization in Denmark while looking for partners and subcontractors in Germany, Italy and England.
2013 – A hard-working year. The kitchen concept and the new enamel-based wash basins are developed and the concept development of the Temal Elements slabs begins. Sales in the Norwegian market are accelerating. Sales exceed EUR 9 million.
2014 – New bathroom series and solutions are introduced, the utility room furniture is revolutionized thanks to the new wider Combi series, kitchen furniture with 5 cm intervals in three different price groups launched in Norway and Temal Elements expanded to England.
2015 – In the heart of Helsinki, on Runebergsgatan 4, Temal acquires the 27-year-old Bathroom Center and opens the selected partner companies Oras, Pukkila, Sanka, Rej Design and Unidrain. The main target groups for Temal & Partners Bathroom Center are architects, designers, developers, builders and property managers.
2016 – Near Temal & Partners Bathroom Center opens Temal’s sister shop Temal & Partners Urban Living Store with complete exhibits for bathrooms, kitchens and living rooms. The concept includes Oras, DiaPol, Candy, Art4U and Decos.
2017 – Temal shifts once again. After 5 years, Harri Höglund leaves the CEO and becomes chairman of the board and vice president, still responsible for finance and production. Nina Zischka takes over the post as CEO in charge of sales and marketing. Temal’s management is completed 2016.11.01 with Niklas Estlander replacing Temal’s founder Boris Höglund in the board. Estlander becomes vice president with overall responsibility for the Scandinavian market.