Bruni Glass

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Bruni Glass
Industry Glass
Founded 1974
Headquarters Milan, Italy

Bruni Glass is a supplier of glass packaging for the spirits, wine and food sectors.[1][2][3][4] The company was founded in Milan, Italy in 1974.[5]

Bruni Glass is well known for manufacturing the glass skulls for Crystal Head Vodka,[6][7][8] as well as for running the Bruni Glass Design Award, an international design contest that celebrates glass packaging design.[9]

In 2016, Berlin Packaging acquired the company. At the time, Bruni Glass had sales of $150 million across 7,000 customers and 100 countries.[10] Bruni Glass is now operated as Bruni Glass, a Berlin Packaging Company.

In 2018, Berlin Packaging and Bruni Glass acquired England-based H. Erben Ltd., a supplier of closures, packaging, and packaging equipment to the food and drink sectors. The company was re-branded as Bruni Erben, a Berlin Packaging Company.[11]

Berlin Packaging Europe, including Bruni Glass and Bruni Erben, has sales and warehousing operations in Italy, France, Spain, the U.K., and South Africa.[12]


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