Berlin Packaging acquires Vincap & Adolfse in The Netherlands

By Jenny Eagle

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Bruni Glass packaging Innovation Centre. Photo: Bruni Glass.
Bruni Glass packaging Innovation Centre. Photo: Bruni Glass.

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Berlin Packaging has continued its European expansion by acquiring Vincap and Adolfse Packaging in the Netherlands (jointly, Vincap & Adolfse).

Vincap & Adolfse have experience in food and beverage closures and pharmaceutical packaging with operations in Northern Europe. 

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The acquisition has been completed and integration of the two companies is underway. 

The Vincap & Adolfse integration will strengthen our business proposition and support our growth across Northern Europe,​” said Paolo Recrosio, CEO, Bruni Glass, a Berlin Packaging Company. 

With the combined expertise in so many vertical markets and in so many packaging types, we are extremely optimistic about the future​.” 

Berlin Packaging is a $2.6bn global supplier of rigid packaging products and services with a stronghold in North America. It operates in Europe through its Bruni Glass division, headquartered in Milan, Italy and its Bruni Erben division, headquartered in Hadleigh, England. 


As a supplier of plastic, cork, and metal closures and plastic packaging in the Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg) for over 20 years, Vincap & Adolfse offers a range of products and packaging expertise. 

It will be integrated into the Bruni Glass organization, marking Berlin’s 10th acquisition since 2010 and the fourth in Europe since 2016. 

We are excited to become part of the Berlin Packaging family and to embrace our Bruni Glass colleagues. We are proud of what we have built, and we know this partnership will bring much more opportunity for our customers, suppliers and employees​,” added Paul Devilee and Joost Wurth, owners of Vincap & Adolfse.

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