1946 - Brenco was incorporated in Melbourne, Australia where it began primarily as a tool making company. The specialised tooling developed for General Motors Holden, and later for the Ford Motor Company, assisted with the development and manufacture of automobiles in Australia.
1950 - Acquired by Repco Ltd
1965 - In 1965 a strategic policy direction resulted in the development of surface engineering and coatings due to the introduction of higher technology processing systems into Australia. Operations commenced with the commissioning of the first Plasma Coating system to the region and many tens of thousands of engineering components have subsequently been processed.
1980 - Established links with the C.S.I.R.O. & Materials Research Laboratories for joint developments in Materials engineering
1985 - Successful completion of coating development and application to the Royal Australian Navy Minehunter Catamaran project
1986 - Acquired by Muswellbrook Energy and Minerals Ltd
1991 - Management buy-out to form Brenco Thermal Coating Pty Ltd
1993 - Commence program for the certification to ISO 9000 series Quality Standards
1995 - Certification to ISO 9002 Quality Standards (Licence No. #2786)
1996 - Establishment of Manufacturing and Processing complex at 171-173 Fairbairn Road, Sunshine, Victoria, Australia.
1999 - Establishment of Brenco Surface Engineering WA Pty Ltd. Manufacturing and Processing complex at Kewdale, WA
2004 - Australian Provisional Patent for Brencoat® Technology
2005 - Establishment and move to state of the art Manufacturing and Processing complex at 12 Tacoma Circuit, Canning Vale, WA.
2008 - Approval by Cameron International Corporation for HVOF coating repairs on critical oil field equipment.
2012 – Establishment of processing complex at 11 Joo Koon Road, Singapore.