In the following years the plant became a major producer of textile auxiliaries for the whole communist bloc. At its peak in the turn of 70s and 80s the production of textile auxiliaries was reaching as much as 30.000 tonnes/year, thus completely covering demand of textile producers in Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Soviet Union and Mongolia and other countries of the bloc.
Modern history of the company begins in 1993 with the foundation of Enaspol, s. r. o. In June 1996 the company was transformed into a joint stock company under the name Enaspol, a. s. Privatization occurs in 2000 which is also the year of the current owner’s capital entry.
In 2007 the production capacity of polynaphthalene sulfonates was doubled and in 2011 Enaspol doubled its sulfation capacities. At present the company’s payroll includes more than 85 dedicated employees and its product portfolio undergoes the process of specialization into narrowly specific industries.