More than 100 years ago the production of sealants started in Hannover/Germany, where the company was founded.

The Austrian subsidiary, HANNO-Werk Austria, was founded in 1973 in Himberg/Vienna.

Within a few years HANNO reached a leading position on the Austrian market in the sector of one- and two-component foams as well as in the sector of adhesives and sealants.

HANNO - a success story

1973 On March 1st, the company was founded in Himberg/Vienna.
1974 August - the serial production starts.
1976 June - first production of the cartridge Hannokitt.
1979 A new production plant with a capacity of 1600 cartridges per batch is put into operation.
1980 In summer, the first can of installation foam is produced in Austria.
1983 The consistently positive economic development of the last 10 years allow the construction of a new office building with a storage room for finished products
1984 Due to the successful PU-installation foam production, extensive knowledge about aerosol-production is available. Consequently, the business management decides the production of techical aerosols.
1985 All laboratory activities, which were carried out in the Hanno-Werk in Laatzen so far, are now performed in the own in-house laboratory
1987 The F&E activities are being expanded in a laboratory construction and new 2-component foams are being produced
1989 Modernisation of the production site for the Hannoband as well as the acquisition of a new machine for the production of sealants
1991 Due to a new production line, a 60% increase in capacity in the PU foam production is being achieved
1995 After the successful expansion of the sealant production, it is necessary to build a new large production warehouse
1996 Hanno Himberg takes over the complete production of sealants from Laatzen.The manufacturing is being bundled into one central unit in Austria.
2007 A modern shipping warehouse guarantees highly flexible stock control and professional logistics for the unconditional fulfillment of complex customer expectations.
2010 The steady growth requires extensive enhancements and the modernisation of the prodiction facilities.