PURSUING CONTINUOUS GROWTH TO BETTER SERVE CLIENTS.
JH CARR ESTABLISHED
JH Carr begins manufacturing upholstered seating.
Founded by Harold Nielsen, Foldcraft emerged at the end of World War II as a manufacturer of folding tables and chairs.
Foldcraft identified a market niche for a specialty furniture product known as “contour mold” and acquired the Plymold brand to begin producing it.
Emerging as an early competitor to Plymold, Waymar entered the contour mold market and began offering additional furniture options including solid wood tables.
Foldcraft founder, Harold Nielsen elected to sell the company to those who helped him build it.
100% EMPLOYEE OWNED
Harold Nielsen retired and Foldcraft officially became 100% employee owned.
WB POWELL ESTABLISHED
Identifying a growing demand for custom millwork, WB Powell opened its doors in Corona, California.
WB POWELL ACQUIRED
To diversify the Foldcraft brand family, WB Powell was acquired with Foldcraft operations further expanding into California.
BKR DESIGNS ACQUIRED
Plymold’s upholstery capability was elevated with the acquisition of BKR Designs.
Expanding the Plymold brand portfolio to include case goods, Burgetts was acquired.
STAINLESS FABRICATION BEGAN
With a growing demand for stainless products, Foldcraft began the fabrication of stainless steel.
WAYMAR AND JH CARR ACQUIRED
Elevating the Foldcraft brand portfolio, the acquisition of Waymar & JH Carr expanded custom capabilities.