Glunz and Jensen moves headquarters

Glunz & Jensen is to move its production and R&D activities, which are currently split across two sites, at Rosate in Italy and Ringe in Denmark, merging these activities at the new headquarters in Nyborg, Denmark, overlooking the harbour front.

Glunz and Jensen’s new headquarters in Nyborg, Denmark, overlooks the harbour.

This is part of a plan to strengthen the company’s flexographic business. The new site will consist of a 5,850 sqm production and warehouse facility that will form a Flexographic centre of excellence.

Glunz & Jensen has been restructuring its business over the past year in an effort to improve its efficiency. The company will be gradually moving into this new facility over the first six months of this year.

CEO René Normann Christensen, explained: “We are equipping ourselves for the future, so we can continue to deliver superior products and services to all our valuable customers. We are convinced that with our new setup in Nyborg, and joining international functions like production and R&D into the same location, we will be able to deliver innovative products at a faster and more efficiently pace.”





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