We are considered one of the largest manufacturers of blinds in Mexico.
About the Company
With more than 50 years of presence in Baja California, we are an industry whose engine is its people, thus forming an excellent team for the manufacture of high-quality window coverings
History of the company
Our products are built to delight our customers and consumers with an unmatched legacy of quality and service. From providing comfort to spaces with adequate lighting to providing privacy every night, the products we have produced at Industrias La Mesa for years make quality time last longer today, tomorrow, and every day.
1971Industrias La Mesa was founded in 1971, by Mr. Robert Gain and Mr. Fernando López in Tijuana, with 10 employees in a space of 45 square meters.
1972A year later, ILM moves to a 1,400-square-meter space located in the second floor of a bank in Tijuana's Limón market. 120 people worked and electronic components were manufactured.
1977A second building was incorporated for the expansion of electrical products and the workforce was already 500 people.
1986With 650 people, the facilities grow to 12,077 square meters and Kulka is born as a company.
1987The manufacture of cellular blinds for Levolor begins.
2003Manufacturing operations begin in Rosarito in a 15,800 square meter building with 900 people on board.
2006CBG products from Los Angeles and Atlanta are added to Rosarito.
2012 – 2013Fashion Tech's Premium line is launched for Honeycomb, Roller Shades and Woven Wood products.
2014 – 2015Shade O Matic product added to Rosarito.
2016ILM becomes part of the Hunter Douglas family under the CBG division.
2017ILM has 27,900 square meters of facilities and is positioned as one of the largest manufacturers of blinds in Mexico.
2018Plant 5 is built on campus and 3,000 square meters are added to Plant 2.
2019 - 2020Century and Levolor products are manufactured in Rosarito. Cafeteria expansion (reaching a total of 430 seats)
2020 - 2021Vista product is manufactured in Rosarito Flexo's R&D (Research and Development) area moves to ILM The first line of POD (Printed on Demand) is established