Company history

RENNER Etikettiertechnik was founded in 1979 by current Managing Director Albin Renner. The aim was to supply rapid, tailored labelling solutions for small and medium-sized enterprises in the beverage industry.

Constant and innovative product advancement

Over the years RENNER expanded its beginning range of services for Krones labelling machines, adding a number of intelligent detailed technical solutions. Drawing on the company's extensive experience and superb expertise in devising tailored solutions, RENNER launched its own machine range, RENNER S, in 2008.

 

Renner is constantly enhancing and refining this high-precision, high-performance and cost-efficient solution. The highlights in the range include efficient self-adhesive labelling with the RENNER S PSL, high-performance roll-fed hot adhesive labelling with the RENNER S Rollfed as well as the RENNER S Combi offering outstanding flexibility for combining several labelling types in a single machine.

Milestones in the history of the company:

1979

Company is founded by Albin Renner: Repairs
performed on labelling machines

1990

Own workshop with office building acquired

Ab 1991

Conversion and general reconditioning for Krones labelling machines

Ab 1993

Spare parts production with wide range of production
and high standards in quality, ongoing
expansion in the area of machinery

1995

Expansion of capacities: new production hall

New: complete rebuild of Krones labelling
machines

1999

Expansion of storage space

2000

Expansion of product range: upgrades / retrofit for Krones labelling machines

2008

Launch of the RENNER S machine series

2011

RENNER presents Labelmatic 3 – an innovative solution
for labelling bottle crates

2012

Expansion of the company premises to 6,500 sq. m.


Start-up of the first Renner S PSL with non-stop operation

2013

Start-up of the first Renner S Rollfed with non-stop operation

Today

Internationally active enterprise with
about 120 employees

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