Tyman's predecessor company was an industrial conglomerate with interests in oil services, building products and industrial coupling businesses. In 2009 a new Board of Directors was appointed which aligned the Group’s strategy and recruited a new executive leadership team in Louis Eperjesi and James Brotherton.
Since 2010 the leadership team has refocused the business, disposing of non-core assets, strengthening the divisional management teams and investing in the business through targeted capital investment and acquisitions.
In 2013, the Group changed its name from Lupus Capital plc to Tyman plc.
Tyman is derived from an Old English word meaning “to turn” and is felt to be a simple, solid and relevant expression of the Group’s activities and product offering worldwide.
- Integration of Ashland, Zoo, Profab, and Reguitti
- Realisation of Foootprint rationalisation benefits
- Full service offering available in SchlegelGiesse
- Next generation of new product introductions
- Jo Hallas appointed as next Group CEO
- Acquisitions of Ashland, Profab, Reguitti and Zoo Hardware.
- Rebranding of Schlegel International as SchlegelGiesse.
- Acquisition of Howe Green.
- Completion of i54 – ERA distribution warehouse.
- Acquisitions of Bilco, Giesse and Response Electronics.
- European Industrial Products exit.
- North American footprint rationalisation launched.
- Rebranding of Grouphomesafe as ERA.
- Creation of AmesburyTruth.
- Acquisition of Vedasil Brasil.
- US$100 million US private placement offering.
- Name change to Tyman plc.
- Acquisition of Truth Hardware.
- Move from AIM to the Main Market.
- Disposal of oil services division Gall Thomson.
- Disposal of composite doors operations.
- Acquisition of Fab & Fix.
- Acquisition of Overland Products.
- New executive leadership team appointed.
- Realignment of Group strategy to focus on engineered component supply to the door and window industry.
- New Board of Directors appointed.
- Acquisition of Laird Security Systems.
- Acquisition of Schlegel Building Products.
- Predecessor company first quoted on the London Stock Exchange.