Establishing cooperation between the Austrian companies Alfred Wall and Mayr Melnhof.
Erecting a plant called Wall MM Gravure in Stanisławice.
Starting production with the use of one rotogravure press transferred from Graz (Austria)
Starting printing with the use of another rotogravure press transferred from Graz
Taking over 85% of shares in the company Alfred Wall by the American company Westvaco
Taking over the remaining 15% of shares belonging to Mayr Melnhof by Westvaco; the plant’s name changes into Wall Kraków
Merging Westvaco with Mead Corporation; thus, the MeadWestvaco concern is created
Dividing Wall Kraków into the sales section MWV Kraków and production section MWV Manufacturing – Kraków. The plant still remains in the MeadWestvaco structure
Selling the plant to A&R Packaging Group and combining the sales and production sections into one plant called AR Carton Kraków
Building a new production hall
Starting printing with the use of a third rotogravure press transferred from Svitav (the Czech Republic)
Building a new storehouse for printing cylinders
Starting printing with the use of a fourth rotogravure press transferred from Moscow
Changing the name of the plant to AR Packaging Kraków