The Nowack Company was founded in 1932. In its early years, the firm specialised in the manufacture, processing and printing of natural corks. With the increasing use of plastic in the beverage sector in the 1950s, the company put its first injection moulding machines into operation.

As markets continued to grow and become more demanding, the firm made parallel endeavours to widen its range of plastic articles and expand into other sectors. The move to the Lohne Industrial Park in 1972 proved to be decisive, as it offered the company the space that it required to continue to develop and grow. Various expansions in the production area throughout the 1980s and 90s allowed the company to move into further sectors, such as toolmaking, serigraphy and dabber printing.

The year 2003 was marked by the construction of the new administration building and the addition of a further 1000 square metres of production floorspace. As you can see – Nowack is a firm that gets things done. And it intends to remain that way. We fully intend, now that the company is being run by a third generation of managers, to carry on doing everything within our power to have a positive influence on cooperation with our customers both old and new. Our sense of commitment is what makes us your reliable, quality-conscious, full-service provider in the field of plastics technology.

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