The society

Naturembal, established in 1991, is a family-owned company that has built a solid experience in the design and manufacture of paper packaging machines.

In 2001, the growth of Naturembal allowed to move into new industrial building of around 10,000 m² in Schweighouse sur Moder in Alsace.

 In 2009, the second generation has already taken over the succession under the watchful eye of its founder Mr Théodore BAUMULLER. He is the one who has integrated the research and development function into his industrial policy.

Since its creation, Naturembal’s vocation has been to provide high quality services to the customers and to comply with legislative and environmental changes.

The integrated management system ensures the sustainability of the company and guarantees the development of our products and services. In 2016 Naturembal obtained the ISO 9001, ISO 14001, 18001 certifications as well as the ISO 22000 and ISO 26000 attestations.


Our credo

Continuous improvement ensures profitability and allows us to achieve increasingly high performance objectives in terms of quality, safety and the environment.

  • The quality of our production is a priority for our company.
    • Control and reduce our impact on the environment
    • Our family business ensures the cohesion of its group and the professional “well-being” of our people
    • For 25 years, innovation has been a growth lever for our company.
    • Managing customer service is a guarantee of our professionalism and our vision of customer support

The influence of currents and legislations tending to protect the environment and encourage recycling has convinced Naturembal to specialize in the proposal of innovative concepts in the strategic areas of the manufacture, processing and recovery of paper and cardboard packaging.

The vitality of Naturembal export is linked to a very specific investment policy in terms of research and development (R & D). Naturembal takes into account in its industrial and R & D policy the employment requirements of producers, as well as their logistical and ecological development axes.