The Czech porcelain manufacturer G. Benedikt acquires a controlling interest in the former Porzellanfabrik Langenthal AG. The latter becomes a subsidiary, along with the Austrian company Lilien Austria in Salzburg.
A unified IT system is put into place throughout the company.
The production of white porcelain is discontinued in Langenthal and moved to the Czech Republic.
Part of the white porcelain production is outsourced from Langenthal to Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic). The company Hotelovy porcelan Karlovy Vary belongs to the Porzellan Langenthal group.
Bopla! enters the market. This tableware with striking decoration in expressive colours attracts enthusiastic fans.
Langenthal Porzellan becomes a part of Keramik Holding Laufen AG.
The company begins to produce porcelain components for electrical equipment.
The Langenthal porcelain factory produces high-quality hotel porcelain. Its product line is soon expanded to include porcelain for household use.
In the small Swiss town of Langenthal a porcelain factory is established that bears the name of the town. Langenthal porcelain soon becomes a byword for high-quality tableware.