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Bertrams is more than just juice.

Bertrams is the result of a philosophy of fruit juice. Bertrams is the dream of a family from the Lower Rhine region in Germany who have been producing premium fruit juices exclusively in glass bottles, returnable and disposable, since 1952.

An idea that stands for product safety, enjoyment, and quality of life. A symbiosis that combines traditional craft with industrial perfection. An idea that Bertrams has carried into many countries of the world.

Above all, Bertrams is a very personal matter. A team of women and men with traditional values and a global horizon. A team of employees who meet the various challenges.

This is the unique philosophy of Bertrams: Being curious about the future and the realisation of new products. The creation of liquid fruit delights.


Wilfried Bertrams

Exclusively Bertrams

Location:
D-41844 Wegberg (Rath-Anhoven)

Year established:
1952

Company management:
In 2nd generation / Wilfried Bertrams

Employees:
32 in production and administration

Capacity:
48 million glass bottles, disposable and returnable

Certifications:
1975 – first DLG certification (from the German Agricultural Society)
1976 – SGF - protective association of the German fruit juice industry
1995 – first DIN EN ISO 9002 certification
1998 – introduction of HACCP
1998 – first LACON certification of organic produce
1998 – Krones inspection technology Linatronic 713
2004 – conversion to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000
2010 – International Food Standard - IFS
2012 – International Food Standard - IFS (High Level)
2013 – International Food Standard - IFS (High Level)
2014 - International Food Standard - IFS (High Level)
2015 - International Food Standard - IFS (High Level)

Sales markets:
55% abroad (catering, gastronomy, general importers)
Sales management: Norbert Eckers

45% domestic (beverage trade, gastronomy, convenience)

Exporting countries:
Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Denmark, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom