Brandenburger history

Our way to success

2014

The Brandenburger group celebrate its 75th anniversary.

2010

On the 1st April 2010 Tim Brandenburger becomes the chairman of the management board.

2006

Market introduction of the BLUETEC® technology for light-curing GFRP pipe liners.

2005

Cooperation and license agreement for the production of Brandenburger liners in the USA, for North America, Canada and Mexico.

2004

Commissioning of new production facilities, investments in new IT infrastructure and company expansion.

2003

Cerification of Brandenburger Isoliertechnik according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000.

2001

Founding of Brandenburger Sewer Rehabilitation GmbH.

2000

The Brandenburger Group is active throughout the world and has been a market leader in many product areas for more than 60 years.

1997

Founding of UV Reline.tec GmbH & Co. and expansion of Brandenburger activities to include development and manufacture of innovative, world-wide patented UV light-curing plants and equipment.

1994

Certification of Brandenburger QM system in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001. Commencement of series production of seamless Brandenburger Liner using special machines designed and built by Brandenburger.

1993

Granting of international patent for recently developed pipe relining procedure that utilizes seamless Brandenburger liner product in trenchless sewer rehabilitation.

1990

Development of ablation materials for rocket engines in the ARIANE space programme. Start of manufacture of light-curing prepregs for sewer rehabilitation.

1983 - 1990

Switchover to asbestos-free products with equal and in some cases improved material properties. Since 1990, Brandenburger's friction bearing materials have also been asbestos-free. Thus the entire product range was asbestos-free long before materials containing asbestos were banned by law in 1995.

1971

Move to new facilities in Landau (Palatinate), Germany.

1960

Construction of first heat sealing machine for blister packaging.

1958

Founding of Tonbild company that goes on to manufacture millions of plastic sound image records according to a proprietary procedure.

1952

First participation in world's largest plastics trade fair: K '52 in Duesseldorf.

1950

Founding of mechanical engineering company for manufacture of high-frequency welding and packaging machines. First edition of self-published magazine on plastics processing "Der Plastverarbeiter" ("The Plastics Processor")

1949

After WWII, Kurt Brandenburger and his family fled from East Germany, to start a new company in Speyer (in Rhineland-Palatinate, West Germany) with nothing more than the know-how he had gained over the years.

1939

In a small workshop in Manebach in Thuringia, Germany, company founder Kurt Brandenburger begins to manufacture the first heat protection plates, and thus becomes one of the global pioneers in the field of technical plastics.