The NAPAKO production cooperative was founded in 1919 as a special-purpose association of small private companies dealing primarily with construction metal production. The nature of the production activity was enshrined in NAPAKO's own word logo - toolmakers-passers-metal stampers. With this grouping, the founders of the cooperative pooled funds to overcome the crises caused by irregularities in contracts and, in some fields, also by the seasonal nature of production. Individual establishments and companies, mostly with a small number of employees, were scattered throughout Prague. After the war and subsequently after 1948, the cooperative was partially nationalized and the then economic model was applied. Thanks to a qualified and skilled craftsmanship and employee base, the quality and content of production at that time is high. In the second half of the last century, the cooperative built extensive production facilities at today's address in Prague - Michle, where the company is now headquartered.
Currently, the cooperative is successfully developing and its main production program is the production of a complete range of security doors, incl. fire-fighting, their installation and service. Furthermore, the cooperative is engaged in its own production and assembly of advertising clip-frames, metal stands for the needs of exhibitions, including atypical constructions. In the area of the cooperative you can find quality rental of office, warehouse and production space, including the possibility of parking. The whole building is heated by a modern gas boiler room with the possibility of regulation according to the requirements of tenants. The protection of objects is ensured by a permanent service and monitoring by a camera system.