A tradition stretching back almost 100 years -#br#experience and innovatiove energy for the food industry

1st October 1920

Paul Nofer establishes an electrical installation business in today's Brunsbüttel


Manufacture of closable tin drums; utilisation of black plate waste for developing the first closures for preserving jars


Presentation of the PA-NO closure - probably the world's first vacuum metal closure for glass containers - and a hand-lever closing machine at the Trade Fair in Leipzig


Construction of a second factory in Itzehoe


Introduction of the first aluminium screw cap type Uni; development of the automatic jar closing machine Panomat


Introduction of the snap-on cap for drinking glasses and respective closing machines


Further development of the snap-on cap to today's Pano SR


Introduction of the lug cap and the accompanying powerful closing machines


Presentation of an innovative packaging solution developed jointly with Bahlsen, the Pano AK closure: A cake baked in a closed glass


Start of production of a two-sectioned container as sweet packaging


Introduction of the snap-on cap with sealing foil for easy opening


Start of project to convert the manufacturing process of a production line to PVC-free sealing compounds; innovation funded by Schleswig-Holstein's State "Zukunftsprogramm Wirtschaft" (ZPW = Programme for the Future - Economy) using means from the "Europäischen Fonds für regionale Entwicklung" (EFRE = European Fund for Regional Development) of the European Union

Zukunftsprogramm Wirtschaft (ZPW) des Landes Schleswig-Holstein


ISO-certification in accordance with standards 22000:2005 and 9001:2008 by LRQA

Zukunftsprogramm Wirtschaft (ZPW) des Landes Schleswig-Holstein


Introduction of BLUESEAL®, the first lug cap without PVC and plasticizer; relocation to a new, larger factory in Itzehoe