2002. Five engineers working at Metso Automation decided to start PulpEye with the goal to develop an on-line pulp analyser based on new technology. The company is still owned by the founders.
From the start, PulpEye took care of service in Sweden and North America of the PQM analysers, developed by Sunds Defibrator, which gave bread and butter while developing its own pulp online measurement technology. PulpEye still takes care of the PQM service in Sweden.
2003. The prototype to PulpEye is ready containing modules for freeness, fibre dimensions, and shives.
2004. Rottneros CTMP and groundwood mill in Sweden buys the first PulpEye.
2006. The PulpEye sales and service company is established in Canada for the North American markets. Sales agency in Australia and New Zealand.
2007. Agreement for sales and production of the Dynamic Drainage Analyzer with the inventor Sven Forsberg.
2010. Sales office established in Germany for German-speaking markets.
2013. Sales and service agreement with Elof Hansson covering more than forty countries.
2013. CrillEye module is launched in cooperation with Innventia.
2015. Fibre wall Thickness, FWT, and PulpEye Vessel analysers are launched in cooperation with FPInnovations and Canfor.
2017. This was a jubilee year for three reasons: DDA No 100 was sold and the customer was Solensis in the USA. PulpEye No 50 sold to the customer Ahlstrom-Munksjö Aspa Bruk. PulpEye celebrated its 15th anniversary.
2017. ANDRITZ and PulpEye entered into a cooperation agreement to promote, market and sell exclusively PulpEye analyzer technology in ANDRITZ package offerings.
2018. The first ContainerEye on the market.
2018 PulpEye units are installed in Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Thailand, UK, and the USA.