George Braddon purchases first extrusion system and thermoformer and begins making trays for local supermarkets
Expands into equipment sales, delivering machines to a tray manufacturer in Puerto Rico.
Introduction of the revolutionary 730-28 thermoformer.
Pre-padded processor trays are added to our product lines, and George (Brad) Braddon III assumes the role of CEO of Commodore.
Launches the SX line of thermoformers and acquired technology for creating foam label stock.
Commodore gets American Institute of Bakers (AIB) certification.
Introduction of wide-format thermoformers and extruders.
Commodore opens satellite location in Honeoye, NY.
Purchases of die and gas system technology from Beckwith Equipment Company (BEC), expanding our capabilities into PE and PP foam.
Broke ground on additional warehouse space at Honeoye, NY location.
Awarded the British Retail Consortium (BRC) Issue 5AA rating and acquires the Co-extrusion die technology from BEC.
State-of-the-art machine assembly facility being built at the Bloomfield, NY campus.