History

 

Constantia Flexibles is a Group that has its roots in Constantia Teich, which was founded in Weinburg, Austria in 1912, and Haendler & Natermann, founded in Hann. Münden, Germany in 1825. From these beginnings, Constantia Flexibles initially established itself as a leading provider in Europe with a  consistent growth and acquisition strategy.

From family-owned business to leading global player

A strong heritage as foundation for today’s success

 

 

Teich

 

1912 – The Teich brothers Richard and Ernest found the company TEICH OHG with 4 employees, focussing on rolling of tin and lead foil

 

1927 – The first aluminum tape roll stand is assembled – the first in a row of innovations

 

1952/53 – Flexo printing becomes part of the production process as first step towards higher-quality finishing

 

1962 – Commencement of rotogravure, making the company a pioneer in foil processing

 
 

Haendler & Natermann

 

1825 – Founded as a forwarding agency.

 

1840 – Industrial production of roll-lead and lead foil, e.g. for tea crates and snuffboxes.