Max Bringmann KG, brand name folia®, was launched in 1965 and is still in the family. What began all those decades ago as a 3-person business producing aluminium foil items for the crafts market is now an international company with around 200 employees.
Over the years, Max Bringmann has become a market leader in Europe and now supplies customers around the world.
Three-person business set up by Max Bringmann to sell aluminium foil for the crafts market.
The range of products expands so much that the company moves to new premises in January 1969.
The company moves its headquarters to Nürnberg-Altenfurt industrial estate: this is an opportunity to find more a permanent site and expand production capacity.
The company sets up its own print shop. Production processes are optimised and the product range extended.
One after the other, all three brothers (Alexander, Markus and Michael Bringmann) join their father’s business, where they still work today.
... An advanced logistics system, c. 10,000 m² of product and warehouse facilities with the latest high rack systems and 1500 m² of office space are created. The company focuses on the systematic development of international markets and greater investment in import activities. Max Bringmann KG becomes a strong force on the global market.
Launch of BSCI auditing for our suppliers on the basis of the core labour standards of the International Labour Organisation (ILO). The aim is to improve working conditions and social standards in our supply countries.
Bringmann Druck GmbH has been part of Max Bringmann KG since 1 January 2016.The print shop performs all the printing services offered in the past, and also continues to manage the accounts of the external print shop customers.
Since May 2016 Max Bringmann KG has been a member of FTA/BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative). Adherence to the BSCI-Code of Conduct – at supplier level as well – is a paramount objective. Further measures, for example in the form of supplier training courses, are intended to ensure that in the producer countries, and particularly with our own suppliers, national and international statutory provisions governing social aspects and protection of the environment are complied with.