History

Chronological insight into the history of Honeywell Life Safety Austria

1989
Foundation of ESSER Sicherheitstechnik GmbH with its
headquarters in Missingdorf 19-23, 1140 Vienna
1991
Six people are in charge of the Austrian business
1992
Start of export to Eastern Europe - laying of the foundation stone for the Eastern European Office
2000
Renaming to ESSER Austria GmbH
2001
Foundation of office in Lugoj, Romania and Prague, Czech Republic
2001
The Austrian office moves in Fernkorngasse 10, 1100 Vienna
2003
ESSER Austria becomes Novar Austria GmbH
2003
Poland is immediately supported by Vienna
2004
Office opened in Moscow, Russia
2005
From now on, Turkey will be managed by the headquarters in Vienna
2005
Office opening in Warsaw, Poland
2006
First Sales Representative in Turkey
2006/2007
Honeywell acquires Novar Austria. The company is renamed to Honeywell Life Safety Austria GmbH.
2008
Acquisition of AV Digital - an Austrian Company and thus an extension of our product portfolio with Public Address and Voice Alarm Systems
2008
Vienna office moves in the Lemböckgasse 49, 1230 Vienna
2009
Office in Bucharest, Romania opened
2009
Office in Kiev, Ukraine opened
2013
Office in Istanbul, Turkey opened
2014
We celebrate 25 years Honeywell Life Safety Austria. Check out our 25 years Video.
2014
Office in Zagreb, Croatia opened
2015
Transition of Russian and Turkish Representativ Office into legal entities (read more)
2015 Honeywell Security Group and Honeywell Fire Safety are merged to one business unit. Read about the benefits here.
2016 Transition of Polish and Czech Representativ Office into legal entities. (read more)
2016
Headquarter in Vienna moves into a business center called Europlaza (Technologiestrasse 5, Building F, 3rd floor) in 12. District.
2016 Starting to offer products of Honeywell Morley-IAS via distributor.

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Transition of Russian and Turkish Representativ Office into legal entities (read more)
Transition of Russian and Turkish Representativ Office into legal entities (read more)