Real estate and commodities are business sectors with continuously increasing demand
because they fulfill fundamental human needs in housing, work, food, health, and mobility.
They enable diversification, increase in value, are largely inflation-resistant, and
benefit from global economic trends.
While TIMBERFARM-Real-Estate in Germany primarily focuses on residential and commercial
profitability or strategic value.
properties, the company's international transactions are mainly aimed at high
The production, processing, and global trade of renewable agricultural raw materials
are at the core of TIMBERFARM's commodity business.

Company development


The Breidenstein family decides to carry out plans which have been in the works for years, namely, to enter rubber production. The family develops a corresponding business model. The economic and financial crisis in 2008 necessitate a reworking of the concept. As a result, market entry is delayed.



Possible locations for rubber plantations are determined and evaluated. Local cooperation partners are researched.



The planned rubber projects are named TIMBERFARM. The term expresses the desire to sustainably produce renewable raw materials. First concrete talks with agricultural and forestry engineer, Antonio Mosquera, in Santiago de Veraguas, Panama, take place. The first TIMBERFARM project, Las Animas, is planned and prepared.



The investment and project management company TIMBERFARM GmbH is founded in Düsseldorf. The first rubber plantations Las Animas and El Alto are laid out and planted by TIMBERFARM SA which was founded in the meantime in Panama. First stocks of rubber trees are sold to private individuals.



TIMBERFARM introduces the Panama trip for its clients. As of this date it takes place annually and enjoys great popularity.



TIMBERFARM operates for the first time a total planting area of over 1,000 hectares. A new project, the TIMBERFARM rubber factory GRAN PIEDRA, is taking shape. This is where the first rubber harvests are to be processed to standard products for the tire industry.



TIMBERFARM decides to introduce for the first time an asset investment for 2016 in keeping with the amended German Capital Investment Act. A corresponding asset investment prospectus in accordance with German Capital Investment Act (VermAnlG) and German Prospectus Act (VermVerkProspV) is prepared.



The responsible Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) grants TIMBERFARM GmbH and its certified employees permission to act as brokers and advisors for asset investments in keeping with the German Capital Investment Act. TIMBERFARM starts its investment program PANARUBBER. With the asset investment PANARUBBER 17 it introduces its first financial investment product. Other asset investments which will invest in rubber plantations will follow on annual basis.



TIMBERFARM starts with the construction of the GRAN PIEDRA rubber factory in order to be able to process natural rubber singlehandedly to industrial intermediate goods. They are supposed to be marketed under the natural rubber label PANARUBBER.



The trade department GloReg – TIMBERFARM Global and Regional Sourcing & Trading – is founded. It trades commodities in Africa, Latin America, and Asia, initially just rubber. The demand is huge, the business is economically attractive and growing. TIMBERFARM decides to make it a priority to expand this division.



TIMBERFARM launches TIMBERFARM Assets AG. The company is geared to gradually bundling and further developing the valuable and profitable assets and business units of TIMBERFARM into a German stock company. Initially, these are properties on which TIMBERFARM plantations and rubbers factories are situated. In due course an initial public offering is envisioned if the planned corporate strategy can be successfully implemented, and the climate on the capital markets is favorable.



With the rubber plantation PANARUBBER 20 – the investment property of the asset investment PANARUBBER 20 GmbH & Co. KG – TIMBERFARM expands its rubber plantation area to over 2,000 hectares and its entire land and industrial area to roughly 2,500 hectares. Moreover, the TF GloReg 20 bond is prepared for placement as a securities loan. The funds are earmarked for the further expansion of GloReg trading activities. The trading volume generated by GloReg is to surpass US$ 100 million dollars for the first time.



Looking ahead and goals

- TIMBERFARM concludes the PANARUBBER investment program.

- TIMBERFARM’s share issues are successfully implemented, the public offering is carried out.

- The GloReg bond strategy is continued. It remains attractive for investors and strengthens GloReg’s commodity trading.

- The rubber growing area under TIMBERFARM’s management increased to 7,000 hectares of the 10,000 hectares planned over the long term.

- TIMBERFARM’s own rubber production increases annually to 18,000 tons of the 30,000 tons planned over the long-term.

- GloReg posts an annual sales volume of up to US$ 500 million dollars.