Archival materials indicate the beginning of the combs' production in Tartu

The company was given an Estonian name Tartu Kammivabrik (Tartu Comb Factory)

Tartu Kammivabrik underwent another change in name

After the liberation of Tartu, Estico restarted with 70 employees

157 people were employed at the factory and 336,000 combs were produced during that year

Mixed choir “Kannel” was formed.

Tartu Plastmasstoodete Katsetehas (Tartu Plastic Products Experimental Factory)

The former Norma manufactory located in Karksi-Nuia was joined with the company

Celluloid was replaced by polystyrene and polypropylene

The 52-metre tall Emajõe Ärikeskus was completed

Kesklinna Keskus on Küüni street went through the first renovation carried out by Estiko

Opening of Sisustus E Kaubamaja, the largest retailer of interior goods in Southern Estonia

Opening of the new Tartu Bus Station

Greete Motel, the largest log-house in Estonia, was completed

Opening of Dorpat Hotel and Dorpat SPA

42 000 m2 in the centre of Tartu.

Estiko celebrated its 90th anniversary together with the Republic of Estonia

Tartu Teerajajate Allee (walkway of the inhabitants of Tartu contributing to the local life) was opened next to Tasku centre

Enlargement of Tasku that connected it with Plasku was opened

Renovated Kesklinna Keskus was opened

Estiko celebrated its 95th anniversary together with the Republic of Estonia

Hotel Lydia was opened on Ülikooli street in Tartu Old Town