Milestones in Noliko history
2010
Overname productie-eenheid van Bonduelle in Rijkevorsel, gespecialiseerd in fruitverwerking (appel en kriek) en zuurwaren (oa. zilveruitjes).
2005-2008
Further expansion of production capacity, expansion of storage space and investments in state-of-the-art environmental care systems.
2000
To improve the level of professionalism of shareholdership, the company bids farewell to its family-based organisational structure.
1997
Establishment of B.N.D. Internationale Telersvereniging cvba, the first growers' association for industrial vegetables in Belgium.
1996
Integration of Rena Konserven in Bree. Expansion of product range with the addition of leaf vegetables and fruit preserves in glass jars.
1992
Foundation of Noliko Limited to strengthen our service for British customers.
1989
Restructuring of Scana and Noliko. Transfer of all product lines to the renovated company complex in Bree.
1980
The joint history under the Scana-Noliko name starts in 1980.
1964
Farmers in North Limburg decide to process their harvests in Bree. The establishment of a processing factory marks the start of Noord-Oost Limburgse Konserven of Noliko (North-East Limburg Preserves), or Noliko.
1960
The Swiss company Scana Holding transfers the production of food preserves and ready-to-eat meals to Belgium.