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2001 After the rest of the business was sold, the remainder of the Glynwed company was renamed AGA Foodservice Ltd. As well as making AGA Cookers and Rayburn cookers, the company made three-quarters of its profits from products such as fridges and bakeries
2001 Acquired an American maker of baking equipment
Selling about 8000 AGAs and 4000 Rayburns each year
2003 Rangemaster cookers were part of the product range
2005 The entry-level Rangemaster cookers were made on the site of the old Flavel factory in Leamington Spa; next more expensive were Falcon, then Rayburn and AGA was top of the range. Acquired French manufacturer of La Cornue cookers which were even more expensive
2007 Announced plans to sell the foodservice division (including Eloma combi-ovens and Amana microwave ovens for the commercial food trade) to concentrate on high-end domestic products
2015 Sold the Coalbrookdale foundry