|Company founder August THANNER moves from Kempten to Höchstädt and takes over a shoe shop with workshop in Dillinger Straße.
|A branch is opened in Lauingen. Apart from shoe retail, the company also starts to produce custom-made footwear.
|His son Arthur THANNER does his apprenticeship as a shoemaker in his parent's business.
|New building in Bahnhofstraße Höchstädt. Apart from the retail shoe trade, 16 employees now work in the workshop for the production of double hand-stitched mountain and skiing footwear.
|Arthur Thanner becomes CEO after obtaining his master craftman's diploma.
|An annex and extension is built in Bahnhofstraße.
|Production of shoe uppers for orthopaedic footwear begins.
|Disposal of the retail business and full concentration on the production of uppers.
|11 employees work on uppers production.
|The premises in Bahnhofstraße become too small, which is why a new, 800 m² production building is built at Am Fallenweg 30, Höchstädt. During this time, the business has 16 employees.
|The next extension of the business premises by 600 m² to 1,400 m² is necessary. In the meantime, the number of employees rises to 40.
|Arthur and Gerlinde THANNER hands over management of the business to their daughter Nicola THANNER and her husband, Master Orthopaedic Shoemaker Dieter Kipfelsberger.
|Start-up of a department for the production of special footwear for diabetics.
|Due to the large number of products and premises which have again become too cramped, the building is again extended to 3,200 m².
|Construction of a new warehouse with 500 m² floor area.
|200 m² extension is added to the main building. Number of employees increases to 140.
|Acquisition of the adjacent property with 1,000 m² building, into which the lasting is moved. 5,000 m² production and storage space is now available.
|Building extension for the lasting with 400 m².
|Extension of the main building by 2,200 m² and redesign of the reception area.
|Extension of warehouse by 500 m²
|With 240 employees, THANNER is optimally equipped for the future.