1925 - Becher & Wedfall
1927 - Georg Nilsson
1927 - Handelskompagniet Danimex
1928 - Wedfall og Zilfos
1928 - Tændstikreklamen
1931 - The Diamond Match Co
1934 - Tændstikfabrikken Solo
1933 - Børge Fluks Tændstikreklame
1938 - Zilver og Kastrup Tændstikfabrik
1939 - Pyroteknik
1941 - Børge Stock, Fluks Tændstikreklame
1942 - Mariaco
1950 - Grafisk Institut
1950 - Crown Gummed Paper og Cronmatch
1952 - Mono Tændstik

Vilhelm Wedfall
1928 - 1939
Nannasgade 15 - 17

After working with Becher in Becher & Wedfall , Wedfall started in 1928 an advertisement match factory in Nannasgade 15-17 , where he continued imports of vest pocket matches, the so-called book-matched.

Perhaps to curb Wedfalls import of foreign matches, HE Gosch made the same year an agreement with him that he could sell HE Gosch 's cheap special brands , provided that the gains did not exceed 1 kr / 1000 boxes and Wedfall undertook not to negotiate other brands or be interested in matches, either from abroad or in Denmark . However, Wedfall could continue to negotiate his book-matches, as long as this was in the same extent as before.

Wedfall tried the next year , to keep Gosch 's president , Folmer Preisler informed on Russian imports of matches and had several meetings with the Russian trade delegation under the guise that he would import (which he might also still had intentions ) . How much value it had for Gosch to get this information is doubtful .

Already in the summer of 1928 Wedfall had problems with imports of book-matches and to supplement his income , he had gotten the idea to buy a confectionery factory . He asked Preisler for an advance of 5,000 kroner which he agreed upon , on the condition that they were used for the purchase of confectionery factory.

Wedfall bought the factory, but as it did not supply the anticipated benefits , he asked again Preisler for financiel help , this time about the possibility of negotiating some of Gosch 's more ordinary brands like Lynet etc. and probably The Tordenskjold . Wedfall was however refused , and after a few telephone discussions  Wedfall were told that Gosch no longer needed his assistance , but that they would give him an amount of 1200 kroner , as a kind of severance pay .

No one heard from Wedfall until autumn 1931, when he again wrote to Preisler for help, when the selling of book-matches had gone almost to a standstill and the confectionery factory had not yet made ​​a profit. Wedfall saw an opportunity to improve this by purchasing another confectionery factory and  now asked Preisler for a loan with the wait money as collateral. Wedfall was even not afraid to possibly turn to Ivar Kreuger for the loan.

After Preisler's proposal to borrow money in the Private Bank the loan of 4,500 kroner was accepted, since reached agreement on a transport, where the annual severance pay was paid to the bank instead of Wedfall .

Gosch terminated the agreement with Wedfall in 1937 , after which he and his wife went in cooperation with the manufacturer Edwin Zilver in matchstick factory Zilfos A / S in Copenhagen . But one year later  Zilver went out of the company and started for himself, while Wedfall moved to Bragesgade 33 until he closed in 1938.