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We consciously implement the stringent requirements for sustainable fabrics throughout the entire supply chain. The treatment of raw materials, the dyeing and finishing of fabrics all take place in compliance with strict ecological and social standards and are certified.
"Mechanische Buntweberei Brennet, C. A. Hipp & Co." is founded in the Öflingen district of Brennet
The company takes over Öflingen colour weaving mill "Leupold & Cie"
The company becomes a family-owned public limited company, "Mechanische Buntweberei Brennet" (MBB)
Acquisition and take-over of various weaving mills and spinning mills such as "Baumgartner & Co." in Wehr (1889), "Krafftsche Kammgarnspinnerei Hausen" (1894), the "Vortisch & Co" weaving mill (1927) and the "Lampertsmühle AG" cotton-spinning and weaving mill (1937).
This paved the way for mass production.
Rounding off of the company's ownership with the acquisition of "Dreiländereck Textilveredelung GmbH"
MBB renamed Brennet AG.
Following the acquisition of factory sites in Berlin, the following two decades saw reconstruction and investment in the High Rhine and the Wiesental.
At the start of May 2011, a major fire broke out at the Brennet facility in Hausen, which incinerated around 1180 tonnes of cotton and caused millions of euros worth of damage. Some sections of the building had to be torn down.
As a result, production ceased at the spinning mill on 31st March 2012. Shortly after this, Brennet announced that it would discontinue its entire operations at the end of 2012.
Take-over by AG Cilander, rights to products and names, foundation of Brennet Fashion GmbH with headquarters in Germany and the start of production at AG Cilander
Relocation of the team from Germany to Herisau; still operating as German company Brennet Fashion GmbH
Change of name to Swiss company Brennet Fashion AG
Integration into AG Cilander and continuation of brands and collections