Christmas greetings from Krimelte


December has been a month full of all kinds of exciting activities for the employees of Krimelte. We started with making Christmas decorations from construction foam and decorated the Christmas tree so the office would look festive. Together we baked gingerbread, organised a Christmas fair, held a Christmas jumper day and voted for the most festive jumper.

Krimelte would like to thank all of our employees, customers and partners for a wonderful year and wish everyone a joyful festive season! See you in 2019!

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Wolf Group | Krimelte OÜ launched a new website



Wolf Group | Krimelte OÜ is keeping up with the winds of change. A new structure and updated design have been unveiled for its website  

It is Wolf Group | Krimelte OÜ’s (WG) ambition to grow in tandem with the innovations in industrial and product development, and to continue to operate as one of the leading producers of construction chemical products and materials in Europe. For this reason, WG has defined keeping up with current developments as one of its objectives, and this also provided the impulse for development of a new website. The new website shall be deployed in stages – currently, the English part of the website has been made available, and soon we shall unveil the Estonian, Russian and Spanish sites.

This year, we have seen also other major changes. Less than a month ago, the Intranet of the WG was completed, which offers better functions for enabling the transfer of information between different WG function units and the companies.

WG is an international company that sells and manufactures energy-efficient joint sealants and construction adhesives and brings together factories in Estonia, Spain, Russia and Brazil. WG's products are mainly marketed under the Penosil, Olivé and Tempsi brands. WG's sales network ranges from the United States to New Zealand, from Norway to South Africa and from Brazil to Japan.

Krimelte team participated in a grand football tournament


A Company Football 2018 tournament was held in the A. Le Coq football arena on the last Saturday of August. Also, a 12-member Krimelte team participated in the tight competition of large number of teams, sharing 33th-53th place. According to the team leader Janno Vilba, the mood of the team was very positive and the results of the first occurrence are satisfactory. Now, after the team has been formed, the company is ready to participate also in the next competitions. Even our good colleagues from Penosil Estonia, who introduced the Penosil products in the Companies’ Street, were present at the event.

The tournament was arranged in order to celebrate the centennial of the Republic of Estonia and the goal was to offer a fun get-together through exciting football games. The total number of players participating in the football tournament was 523, and altogether 171 engaging football matches were held. The tournament involved 53 men’s and 11 women’s teams.



Design recognition for the PENOSIL EasyPRO spatula


The PENOSIL EasyPRO spatula has been selected for the final round of the Bruno product design award of the Estonian Association of Designers. Of the 138 submissions, 59 have been selected for the final round, and the EasyPRO spatula is now competing in the Best Design of An Engineering-Technical Product category against two types of parcel lockers, a thermostat, a bicycle mud guard, a pier service station and a ball game used in occupational therapy. The nominated works will be exhibited at the XIII Design Night exhibition, which will open on 10 September at the atrium of Viru Keskus. The winners will be announced at the award gala on 14 September.

Krimelte launched the EasyPRO spatula in 2016, when the EasyPRO sealants that are marketed to home builders under the PENOSIL brand were equipped with a free tool – a spatula. The spatula was developed because, although the sealant was high-quality, people were having trouble applying it and weren’t happy with the aesthetic appearance. The spatula makes it easy to apply joint filler without previous experience. The spatula’s design was a result of teamwork. The challenge was to fuse industrial production, functional design, ergonomic qualities and top user experience to generate value added for the joint fillers developed at Krimelte. EasyPRO is available in 12 countries: including the Baltics, France, Spain and Russia.

Please see the competition entry here:



Wolf Group participates in the Industry 4.0 Working Group


From 2018, Tehnopol, an enterprise that provides business services for technology-based start-up entrepreneurs and growing companies, will launch Industry 4.0 Idea Days and hackathons – marathon brainstorming sessions – requested by Enterprise Estonia (EAS). To set the focus of the events and screen out the burning issues of the industrial sector, Tehnopol convened a meeting with the representatives from the focus group of industrial companies, professional associations of manufacturing enterprises, research and educational institutes and interest groups.

Wolf Group/Krimelte was represented by Tiit Arro, its Business Development and Marketing Director. The priority topic of the meeting was procurement logistics or the logistics from an order receipt up to the manufacturing process.

“Using the example of Wolf Group/Krimelte, I provided the participants with an overview of how our technopol2business team is working on the control of forecasting procurement needs, finding and evaluating suppliers, the availability of raw materials, transport and inspecting incoming goods,” said Tiit Arro.

The most important keywords in the procurement logistics are:

  • Purchasing need – how to find the components and raw materials needed for purchase, and determine the need for purchase;
  • Data – order forecasting, Big Data use, machine learning; 
  • Incoming quality control; 
  • Linking deliveries with real logistics; 
  • The need to centralise the price information and quantities of the material planned for purchase; 
  • Requirements for the composition and origin of the materials based on a batch.

The first hackathon will be held from 19 to 21 January in Tallinn. The goal is both to develop new solutions and find existing uses. “From the perspective of Wolf Group/Krimelte, we hope that the result of the hackathon will produce real possibilities to automate and optimise the processes,” said Tiit Arro.

Penosil helps to bring literary fiction to Estonians


67 original and previously unpublished manuscripts have been submitted to the novel contest of the Estonian Writers' Union, which was revived by private capital, including Wolf Group affiliate Penosil in 2014. First place was awarded to Vahur Afanasjev's novel Serafima ja Bogdan.


Building chemistry can be found in every corner of the world


Krimelte products are produced as a result of continuous development and testing. Chemistry is the key to Krimelte products which reach to almost every corner of the world, or to nearly 60 countries today The company is ready to go far when looking for good chemists for product development.

Read more how Dr. Gary Urb and Veigo Kallaste spoke from product development to packaging and labels in magazine Inseneeria.


Wolf Group and Krimelte at BAU 2015


BAU Munich 2015, the “World’s Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials and Systems” is taking place January 19-24, 2015.

Please feel invited to visit Wolf Group at Hall A6, Stand 420.

BAU Munich is the largest and most important biennial fair solely focused on the building industry. Wolf Group will be represented on it with own stand for first time. 

Wolf Group acquires majority of shares in Olive Química S.A., a Spanish company


The transaction gives opportunities for strengthening Group’s presence in Western Europe and the Spanish-speaking markets worldwide.


Member of FEICA, Krimelte, signed a Declaration of Intent


In September 2012 European one-component foam (OCF) manufacturers representing more than 90% of the market came together to sign a Declaration of Intent aimed at implementing international standards and enhancing the reputation of the industry. An early achievement has been the development of standardised test methods, which will allow the performance of OCF products to be measured, compared and communicated in an accurate manner for the first time.