Good wine requires classy labels.
Wenceslas Coberger was the architect of the "Basilica of Our Lady" in Scherpenheuvel. The man was also a painter, an artist and allegedly a bit of a nutter.
Some will say that the latter also applies to Luc Haekens and Ann Genoe, the owners of Wijndomein Coberger, who in 2015 decided to buy the corn field behind their home and turn it into a gently sloping vineyard.
Since then, a thousand vines have grown on the hillside, producing different types of wine every year: from dry Auxerrois to fruity Chardonnay and fresh Pinot Noir.
All that brought out an instant click between Reynders and Wijndomein Coberger and prompted Jan - our account manager turned reporter - to visit the vineyard on a sunny afternoon.
Click the link and enjoy his full report: https://youtu.be/V2ydTTxCuP4
And quality does as well.
Yes... but not for the wines. For the labels!
Finally a tamper evident label that does what it says.
The #LABELicious competition is a challenge for young and future professionals in Europe, aged between 18 and 25. You can enter your ideas in the 3 categories outlined below. For every category, a dedicated brief can be downloaded. Entries must be be based on the brief.
Are you ready?
vrijdag 26 april van 14:00 tot 17:00 uur
The European Converter of the Year Award, recognizes the European label printing company that has stood out over the last year and met a number of criteria. This includes delivering a key innovation or product and technical development; developing pan-European product sales in its chosen market(s); and becoming a global supplier in special or niche areas of operation.
Javier Tellez, General Manager, kicked off a spring campaign to unveil Albeniz' unknown and unsuspected abilities.
A new cooling tower of 1.300 kW was installed at REYNDERS pharmaceutical labels.
... partly about labels, and partly about esthetics.
One of Spain's assets, apart from tourism, is our wonderful Mediterranean diet, one of its main ingredients being extra virgin olive oil.
More and more (craft) breweries are opting for beer in cans. Why?
Customers' expectations have outgrown a nice picture on a bag. They want more insight!
A crash course in 3 easy lessons.
Apply two TE seals and a security feature in one pass.
Because we're not just lovers; we are beer lovers
And a hundred thousand more if you want us to...
« We’re seeing an increasing need for quick and simple identification of genuine products in the healthcare and pharmaceuticals sector. » - Marc Reynders, CEO of REYNDERS label printing
In this post, we’d like to present you a nice project we did a couple of years ago.
Would you like to provide your product with an attractive all-round design, that at the same time contains all relevant information and protects your product?
Given the efforts REYNDERS label printing already put into the promotion of (more) sustainable packaging, it goes without saying that we should become part of the team that is going to change the way we treat waste.
We are happy to announce you that Reynders is member of the group that supports and drives the Holy Grail 2.0 project.
Good wine requires classy labels.
A good reading on a number of sustainability topics in this weekend's addendum to the Dutch economy-oriented newspaper "Het Financieele Dagblad".
And an enlightening contribution from our CEO, M. Marc Reynders.