1992:Exwold Technology Limited was established  to service the global agrochemical market with the formulation of Water Dispersible Granules (WDGs) by low pressure extrusion.

1993: First commercial manufacture

1996: The company had rapidly expanded to two sites of granule formulation.

2004: Further expansion when warehousing & packing operations began at the Brenda Road site.

2006: Exwold merged with long-established Crack Processing Ltd resulting in further extension of the processing portfolio.

2010: Saw the investment in compaction capabilities expanding Exwold's range of granulation capabilities.

2012: A new High Potency herbicide facility coming on line at the Wilton Centre.

2013: Opening of the TDC (Technical Development Centre)

2013 - 2014: Celebrated 20 years with a year of charity

2015: Third drum blender installed to increased capacity.                                                              Opening of the WHARF (Waste Handling and Recycling Facility)

2016: Moved all herbicide extrusion manufacture from Tofts Farm to Haverton Hill including the installation of an ACM mill.                                                                                                                   Fully updated Tofts Farm extrusion facility as a Fungicide and Insecticide line complete with fully equipped laboratory.

2017: Opening of a new warehouse at Brenda Road Site

2018: Celebtated 25 years of Business.                                                                                          Installed new drumblender with packing line a Brenda Road for Herbicides.   

2019: Opened a new extrusion line on a new site for manufacture of fungicide and speciality products.    Obtained Health and Safety ISO 45001 Certificate to go with the Quality ISO 9001 and Environmental ISO 14001.

2020: Opening of the Queens Meadow Extrusion plant dedicated to the manufacture of High Active Herbicides.

Exwold now look forward  to future opportunities to expand our technical capabilities & continuing to grow the business.