Establishment of Lecapell under the name Lecapell-System Leder GmbH. | Production of split leather, only for fashion products such as footwear, belts, and bags.
Opening of a new production site at Besenberg 16 in Peuerbach.
Steering wheel leather | The first split leather for a Ford steering wheel leaves Lecapell's manufacturing facility.
Expansion of production site in Peuerbach.
Construction of a new administrative building in Peuerbach.
Groundbreaking for a new production site | In 2012, the foundation for the new production site in Waizenkirchen was laid. The office building and Hall 1 were built.
Opening of the new production site | In summer 2013, the new production site in Waizenkirchen was put into operation. The grand opening ceremony took place in June of the same year.
Construction of Hall 2 for the incorporation of the stamping plant | Two years later, the company's previously outsourced stamping operation was incorporated. As a result, production and stamping were now, for the first time, located in the same place.
Series launch of split leather for seats, door linings, add-on components | For the first time, our split leather is not only used as steering wheel leather, but also for seats supplied to major automobile manufacturers.
Cooperation with Bader | In 2018, we took a significant step forward in the form of a cooperation venture with Bader GmbH & Co KG, one of the world's biggest leather manufacturers. Since then, we have successfully supported Bader with our expertise with r
Completion of new Hall 2b | In 2018, another building, Hall 2b, was added in order to further expand our production capacities.
Opening of production sites in Uruguay and Mexico | In times like these, a global network is of tremendous value. In order to enhance our efficiency in supplying our customers around the globe, we will be opening production sites in Mexico and Uruguay this year.
Our world knows no borders | The production site in Nantong, China, enables us to serve the Asian continent with the same capacities of the Austrian site.