It's been a long way since Indelval gave its first steps as a business, back at the end of the 70s.

"Indelval" comes from the acronym of "Industrias del Valle" (Valley Industries), which was the company's original name when it settled in Villa Madero, province of Buenos Aires.

In 1971 it becomes Indelval SAIC and it focuses production in rolls of rubber floorings for the transport industry.

In mid 1970s it ventures into the market of rubber floorings for construction. Both in rolls and in tiles, Indelval rubber floorings were broadly used in all the 1978 World Cup Stadiums and during that period the company begins to export to regional markets.

The 80s brings about consolidation in the regional market. Exports are made to other countries such as USA and Spain. Indelval rubber floorings expand, significantly, the color palette and reliefs available in the market.

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At the beginning of the 90s, it develops its own technology: "Preformed". This allows it to obtain not oriented designs and thus, launch pretty innovative products into the market. In 1997, the first automated mixing plant opens in Latin America and by the end of the decade specific product lines are developed for hospital environments.

With the new millennium comes an active share in the global market, opening representations and offices in the world's main markets, such as China, USA and Europe. The company expands its product lines and collections, and gets ISO 9001 certification for quality management system and ISO 14001 for environmental management system. The product lines are certified as low VOC content, thus complying with the LEED regulations.

Indelval is now leading the way in the design of rubber floorings. With its eco-compatible products, it accompanies and helps customize architecture trends in rubber floorings, around the world.