The factory joined one of the biggest dairy companies in the world Schreiber Foods, established in 1945 in the USA, as Schreiber Slovakia s.r.o.
The French dairy company Senoble, a family business dating back to 1921, took over the factory.
The factory was acquired by the French company Bongrain SA.
Zvolenská mliekareň (Zvolen Dairy) was acquired by Mrs. Wittmann—the lineal descendant of the founders and first owners of the original factory in Zvolen—and the company I. Wittmann & Son was established.
After the Gentle Revolution in 1989, the state enterprise ceased to exist.
Since 1987, the dairy products were produced under the supervision of Stredoslovenské mliekarne, š.p. (a state enterprise uniting multiple dairy factories in the region).
Due to political changes in Czechoslovakia, the factory became a part of Banskobystrické mliekarne (Banská Bystrica Dairy) and later Stredoslovenské mliekarne, n.p. (Central Slovakia Dairy, State Enterprise).
The first dairy factory in Zvolen was constructed in 1947.
The region of Zvolen has been known for milk processing since the 19th century.