2020 - The investment of EUR 150 million referring to the installation of a four-stand tandem hot rolling mill is completed and production starts.
- Phase B of the major two year investment plan with a budget of EUR 100 million is launched, ordering a 6-high cold rolling mill and a lacquering line.
- Acquisition of 25% interest in Viomal’s share capital.
2017 Conclusion of the merger by absorption of non-listed Elval by Halcor. Incorporation and listing of ElvalHalcor on the Athens Stock Exchange.
2016 Completion of the internal restructuring initiated in 2015, with the Spin-off of the aluminium foil sector, (now under Symetal) marks completion of the internal restructuring initiated in 2015.
2015 Spin-off of the aluminium rolling sector of Elval, absorbed by Symetal, later renamed Elval Hellenic Aluminium Industry
2013 Furukawa-Sky aluminium, Japan's biggest maker of rolled aluminium products, merges with Sumitomo light metals industries to form UACJ Corporation, with which Elval's strategic co-operation continues.
2012 The standardization procedure for the automotive industry according to the standard IATF 16949 is successfully completed.
2011 Certification of Elval's Occupational Health and Safety Management System, according to the standard OHSAS 18001:2007. The new 2.5m wide tension levelling machine starts operations.
2010 Annual production capacity of the Oinofyta plant rises to 240,000 tons following the completion of an extensive investment plan. The group embarks on distribution of Elval Grain aluminium sheets for use in producing flooring for cooling compartments of refrigerator trucks.
2009 Elval’s strategic cooperation with Furukawa-Sky Aluminium is further strenghtened through the latter’s participation in the share capital of Bridgnorth Aluminium by 25%
2007 In cooperation with the Japanese company Furukawa-Sky aluminium, establishment of the Afsel company, which focuses on the promotion of products to heat exchanger industries for the automotive industry.
2004 Installation of important investments by subsidiary Bridgnorth aluminium in order to increase its manufacturing capacity.
2003 Operation of a new melting – cast house unit for the production of 9m long slabs in the Elval factory at Oinofyta.
2001 Acquisition of the Lawson Mardon Star (Litho unit) by the subsidiary Bridgnorth Aluminium in Great Britain. Installation of a new cold mill for coils of a width of up to 2.5m in the Elval factory at Oinofyta. Construction of new storage facilities for Εtem at Magoula.
1999 Installation of a new lacquering line and operation of a new foil cold mill for coils of a width of up to 2m in the Elval factory at Oinofyta.
1998 Installation of a continuous casting unit in the Elval factory at Oinofyta.
1996 Listing of Elval on the Athens Stock Exchange.
1994 Listing of Εtem on the Athens Stock Exchange.
Incorporation of Steelmet in Sofia, Bulgaria.
1993 Installation of a new single stand, 2.5m width, hot mill in the Elval factory at Oinofyta.
1985 Installation of the metal foundry of Εtem at Agios Thomas
1974 Commencement of the operation of the rolling plant in the Elval factory at Oinofyta.
1973 Incorporation of Elval and absorption of the aluminium branch from Viohalco.
1971 Incorporation of Εtem, with facilities in the industrial area of Magoula.