Important dates on 21st century
KYLINDROMYLOS LOULIS S.A. purchased the Sofia Mills in Bulgaria and undertook their management.
The Company's name changed from KYLINDROMYLOS LOULIS S.A. to LOULIS MILLS S.A.
The flour production commenced on the new harbour side facilities at Sourpi in Magnesia after completing the relocation of the production lines from the Volos Industrial Region.
A major project was completed. The foundations were laid for a new pilot industrial plant at Cernica in Bucharest, which was comprised of a pasta factory, a bread factory, a flour mill and a cereal production plant (corn flakes).
The production and distribution of the consolidated companies' products for LOULIS MILLS S.A. and AGIOU GEORGIOU MILLS S.A. commenced from LOULIS MILLS S.A.
The construction of a new state of the art Mill commenced at Tirana in Albania.
Flour production commenced at the company's new factory at Tirana in Albania.
A share package was transferred, which represented 60 % of the share capital in the subsidiary companies at Romania and Bulgaria to the Leipnik-Lundeburger Invest Beteiligungs A.G. Company.
The balance of the shares held by LOULIS MILLS S.A. in the subsidiary companies at Romania and Bulgaria were transferred to the Austrian Company LLI EUROMILLS GmbH via the Stock Exchanges at Sofia and Bucharest respectively.
The company passed on to the 7th generation when its management was assumed by Mr Nikolaos Κ. Loulis.
The first Organic Mill in the Balkans commenced operations at the Sourpi facilities. Despite the recession in the Greek economy, the company invests in Greece, by establishing a state of the art flour mill with a capacity of 300 tonnes per 24 hours at Keratsini in Attica.
Since October, St. George's Mill has been reopening, continuing its course in the 21st century.
The Loulis Museum, which displays objects around the wheat-flour-bread chain, is opened. The Museum, which is open to the public, is visited daily by dozens of children.
The company continues to invest in improvements in its production process by investing in new technologies. In the three years 2013-2015, the company invests more than 4 million in new technologies and products.
In spite of the intense crisis experienced in Greece, Loulis Mills acquires the Greek company Kenfood, which is a leader in the production of mixtures and raw materials in the bakery and pastry area, thus further strengthening its range of products and services to professional bakers and pastry chefs.
It starts its operation, the Greek Baking School, which aims to train new bakers and confectioners.
Loulis Mills strengthens its productive infrastructure by purchasing a new industrial unit (Mill) in northeastern Bulgaria and specifically in the city of General Toshevo.