The history of the company begins with its founder, Fritz Henkel, a 28-year-old trader who was interested in science. On September 26, 1876, he and his partners founded Henkel & Cie in Aachen and began selling the company’s first product, a universal powder based on sodium silicate. Over the following years, a family of German entrepreneurs and thousands of employees made Henkel an international company.
The company has been successfully developing in the Russian market for over 29 years. Henkel currently has 9 factories and 12 offices in various regions of Russia.
In the field of electronic industry, the company offers a specialized portfolio of innovative high-tech adhesives and materials for the production of microchips, electronic components and thermal control systems.