2019

First technical showcase held at Autins Technical Centre

Black version of Neptune developed

Nominated Tier 1 to Aston Martin for DBX

Parts supplied to new Jaguar Land Rover Nitra facility in Slovakia

German operation achieves IATF16949 quality standard

Swedish operation achieves IATF16949 quality standard

2018

Neptune approval from BMW

Polyurethane foam production moves to Tamworth

Neptune approval from Volvo/Nominated Tier 1 to Volvo for Neptune

Gareth Kaminski-Cook joins Autins as Group CEO

German operation awarded additional cross platform contract for VW

2017

Neptune approval from Jaguar Land Rover

Neptune approval from Ford

2016

Autins’ Tamworth materials manufacturing site opens

Autins Technical Centre opens at the MIRA Technology Park, Nuneaton

Nominated Tier 1 to Porsche

Neptune approval from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Nominated Tier 1 to Audi for Neptune

VW Formel Q quality standard achieved

Completed IPO

First £2 million trading month

Adam Attwood joins as Non-Executive Chairman

2015

Nominated for an additional £7 million of core vehicle NVH programmes

£1.5 million investment in presses and waterjet cutting machinery

Exclusive pan-European licence for ultra lightweight Neptune agreed

Polyurethane foam production starts at Rugby

2014

Autins Group becomes incorporated

German operation awarded Tier 1 to Porsche

Group headquarters moves to a new 6,032m2 purpose-built factory site in Rugby

Nominated for £8 million of core automotive NVH programmes

2013

First £1 million trading month

Second European operation (Rheinland Insulations GmbH) opened in Germany

Sweden operation starts to manufacture light foam

2012

First European operation (Scandinavian Insulations AB) opened in Sweden

2011

JLRQ quality standard achieved

2010

Nominated Tier 1 to the Range Rover Evoque

2008

Nominated Tier 1 to the Jaguar XJ

2007

Ford Q1 quality standard achieved

2006

Management buy-out

1966

Automotive Insulations produces components for the Leyland Mini