Samuel Banner first opens the door.
A key milestone in the company is reached when Samuel Banner first launch White Spirit into the market.
Samuel Banner and Company organise a tank sydicate.
The company makes a profit of £79,904.
Banner Linsidol advertises in Austraila.
Liverpool Sandhills site is bombed during the Second World War.
Christopher Banner, grandson of Samuel Banner takes over as Managing Director; the last member of the family to run the company.
Specialties Division Opens
2M Group buys Banner Chemcials
2M Group buys Surfachem to strengthen the group and further support our customers.
2M Groups expands operations with a new base in China.
Samuel Banner and Company first begin to sell petroleum.
Samuel Banner begins to sell Refined Vegatable Oil.
Samuel Banner opens it's London office in St Dunstans Hill.
Samuel Banner becomes a distributor for the Angus Chemical Company
St Dunstans Hill office is destroyed by bombing in the Second World War. Samuel Banner moves to Leadenhall Market.
Samuel Banner and Company celebrate 100 years of business with their Centenary Dinner
Bannernol and Bannersol produced. (Trademarks registered in 1993)
Banner leads the way with Isoparaphinic solvents - Green friendly carbons.
Banner Chemicals takes the strategic decision to buy MP Storage and Blending in the North East.
Banner Chemicals buys Perklone and Triklone from Ineos.
Banner Chemicals proudly celebrates 150 years with a huge celebration in St Georges Hall, Liverpool.