THE DELBROUCK COMPANY
DELBROUCK is a leading European producer of transport packaging made of plastic. The main plant is located in Menden (Sauerland) in NRW. Another plant was constructed in Sonneberg, Thuringia, after German unification. Cooperation partners exist in Germany and Europe.
- On more than 40 smaller and larger injection moulding machines, up to 60,000 crates and pallets
can be produced per day.
- A large number of machines incorporate facilities for applying in-mould labels.
- Various systems are equipped for multicomponent injection moulding (soft grips, multiple colours, etc.).
- With around 100 employees, an annual turnover of approx. EUR 35 million is achieved at two locations.
DELBROUCK’s core competence is the development and production of bottle crates and trays for all branches of the beverage industry.
Further products are transport and storage containers for agricultural products, bakery products and the food processing industry. Light pallets made of plastic in standard and customised sizes for different applications complete the production programme.
STRENGTHS OF THE COMPANY
“The company’s particular strength lies in the expert and customer-orientated implementation of projects in every individual phase: The process is mature and service-proven, from the first idea and feasibility study, to the technical development and the construction of models, right through to series production.
The disposal of the products is also guaranteed as part of the company’s own recycling activities. Since 2010, DELBROUCK has been a member of the WILMS Group.”
CAREER AT DELBROUCK
As a constantly growing company, we are always on the lookout for qualified, committed and motivated personnel.
Would you like to shape your future with us and take on an exciting role in a supplier company to the beverage industry? Then take a look at our vacancies under the following link:
Unsolicited applications are also very welcome. Please send your informative application with details of the desired location (plant in North Rhine-Westphalia/Menden or plant in Thuringia/Neuhaus-Schierschnitz) to: