introduction to Bruni Glass
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Bruni Glass is a leading supplier of premium and specialty glass packaging for the spirits, wine, food, and gourmet markets. The company was originally founded in Milan, Italy, in 1974 under the name Vetrerie Bruni.
Bruni has 40+ years’ experience, a world-class design studio, a network of high-quality manufacturers, and a team dedicated to thrilling service. The company offers more than 3,000 custom-designed products along with popular standard items to thousands of customers around the world.
Bruni serves its customers out of locations in Italy, France, Spain, the United States, Canada and China.
In 2016, Bruni Glass joined with Berlin Packaging, a leading global packaging supplier headquartered in North America.
Expertise in glass packaging. Our team has 40+ years of experience working across all sectors that use glass packaging. We have a well-developed supply chain with the best glass manufacturers in the world.
Reliable product quality. Products are systematically tested and checked by the Bruni Glass technical staff. Particular care is dedicated to new products’ start-up and control to make sure they are suitable to the application.
Dedicated design team. Our designers and engineers can quickly develop new packaging for a specific brand, and we are always adding to our wide library of custom products that make it easy to stand out on the shelf.
Diversified and loyal group of customers. Bruni Glass has 7,000+ customers, some of which are locally-based and others which are internationally-known brands. We satisfy even the most demanding customers.
Financial stability. We are built with long-term growth in mind. We maintain high ratings related to our financial reliability and health.
Bruni Glass has certified its Quality Management System to ISO standards. CISQ/IMQ-CSQ (Italian Institute for the Quality Mark) has verified Bruni Glass for the "Design and production management of containers and glass bottles for the industry. Trading of containers, bottles and closures".