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26 septembre 2018Habbekrats Hamme gets carefree " Donut Worry Be Happy " room thanks to La Lorraine Bakery Group

Habbekrats is a colorful youth organization that cares for children and young people from 8 to 18 years, looking for warmth, friendship, adventure and help.

To achieve their goals, they benefit in “warm welcoming houses” across 11 different Flemish cities from where a total of 2500 young people can meet.

In each house there are original decorated spaces where you can marvel at small and large things, where there is room for conversations and study, but also for relaxation. Recently in the house in Hamme, they have a new playground decorated in the theme: "Donut Worry Be Happy"

The decoration of this play ground was sponsored by La Lorraine Bakery Group. 


The relation  between LLBG and Habbekrats goes back many years. "Respect for people is one of the 5 corporate values, in which we do not only take care of our own staff, but also take long term commitment in community projects both locally and internationally" says Guido Vanherpe, CEO of LLBG.


Donut Worry Be Happy


The theme of this new play space is not chosen at random.

Guido Vanherpe clarifies further: "Donut Worry be Happy is a new brand of La Lorraine that represents the carefree enjoyment of tasty donuts. We hope that the Habbekrats children will be inspired by this slogan in the new 'Donut Worry be Happy ' playground  and that they can play happily without worries. We wish them good luck and lots of trust in the future."


Yearly LLBG sports weekend


But our support for Habbekrats is not only expressed in terms of infrastructure. 

At the beginning of September, 9 Habbekrats youngsters were invited to join the yearly LLBG sports weekend. Together with 200 LLBG employees they climbed some of the most legendary Ardennes hills. 
In addition the company also donated all individual contributions of the sport participants to a total of 10,000 euro.

21 mars 2018La Lorraine Bakery Group awarded with the Polish Economic Eagle as best Belgian company on the Polish market

In the presence of Belgium’s Deputy Prime Minister Didier Reynders, Mr. Artur Orzechowski, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland and Mr. Luc Baron Vansteenkiste, President of Bepolux, the Belgian company La Lorraine Bakery Group obtained the POLISH ECONOMIC EAGLE during a ceremony in the headquarters of BNP Paribas Fortis on Wednesday March 21st in Brussels.

Best Belgian company on the Polish market

The Polish Economic Eagle is awarded by H.E. the Ambassador of the Republic of Poland, in concertation with the Belgian Polish Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, as an appreciation for a Belgian company with outstanding business achievement in Poland and qualifying as “Best Belgian Company in Poland”.

During this ceremony, the award - an artwork of a Polish renowned artist - has been handed over to Mr. Guido Vanherpe, CEO of La Lorraine Bakery Group, by Mr. Didier Reynders, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and H.E. Mr. Artur Orzechowski, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to the Kingdom of Belgium.

Path to growth

La Lorraine Bakery Group started selling bakery products in Poland in 2001. In 2005 it took over the Polish bakery company in Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki. Ever since the Polish branch knows a strong growth.

Between 2005 and 2017 LLBG developed a complete state-of-the-art production site. In addition to the factory with 14 ultramodern production lines, a fully automatic high-bay warehouse of 41 meters high with storage for 32,000 pallets is included on this site. In total, over 85 M euro has been invested over the last three years.

Today, this Polish branch has a turnover of 94 M euro and it employs over 750 people. The mission of La Lorraine Polska is to produce and sell innovative bakery products, such as baguettes, ciabatta, etc. on the Polish market.

In the coming years, the company will further invest in product innovations and logistic optimizations in order to keep her excellent market position in Poland.

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10 janvier 2018LLBG Poland is growing

In 2017 we built a new high-bay warehouse. In 2018 we have also planned a new building, which will provide adequate space for 2 new production lines. Poland is growing and that news may certainly be shared.

New warehouse

Our Polish affiliate continues to grow impressively. In 2017 we realised our plans and built a new high bay. This warehouse allows ample room for 16,680 additional pallets. This is not surprising given the fact that the floor surface of the warehouse is 3508 square metres. This allows us to work even more efficiently, and to be able to react more quickly to our clients demands. 

New building – new production lines

In 2018 we continue to follow the road to expansion. Early this year we started on the construction of a new building, with a respectable size of 3120 square metres, in which 2 new production lines and 1 yeast plant will be housed.

29 novembre 2017LLBG Turkey is a great place to work!

Recently, our division in Turkey was presented with the ‘Great Place to Work’ award.
LLBG Turkey was selected the winner out of 92 participating organisations.
This was fantastic news which was most certainly celebrated!

 

22 novembre 2017LLBG sponsors Habbekrats

On Wednesday 22nd November 2017, Habbekrats organised the sixth edition of their film evening as a token of appreciation for their sponsors’ support.

We used this event to hand over the LLBG sponsoring cheque to Chris Van Lysebetten, General Coordinator at Habbekrats. The amount was raised by the LLBG employees through their participation in the LLBG Triathlon, which was doubled by the management. This amount will allow Habbekrats and the many young people behind this organisation to realise their dreams.

What is Habbekrats?

Habbekrats is a fabulous youth organisation which provides ‘shelter’ for children and youngsters aged from 8 up to 18 who are looking for warmth, friendship, adventure and support throughout Belgium. To provide this, Habbekrats has already established a total of 11 warm and welcoming houses to which more than 2500 young people can find their way.

Interested in further information on this promising project? http://www.habbekrats.be

15 septembre 2017A new high for LLBG

Mid-September we officially opened the tallest building of the entire LLBG Group.

The Bakery Frozen division features steady annual growth of 15%, which made the need for additional space for warehousing a must. For this reason, we started the construction of a hypermodern warehouse.

This warehouse shall be filled with completed and frozen products, which is why the temperature in the high-bay warehouse will always be maintained at minus 25° Celsius. Seven fully-automated cranes work inside the warehouse, in an atmosphere with a decreased oxygen level, to reduce the risk of fire to an absolute minimum.

This fully-automated high-bay warehouse, featuring a height of 44 meters and space for 27,000 pallets, is the first step in the further development of a state-of-the-art site for the Bake-Off Frozen division.

In the coming years, LLBG shall continue to invest heavily to make this site in Erpe-Mere a leading production site, which will serve as a reference for all future LLBG developments on a national and international level. 

10 septembre 2017Playing sport together is much more fun!

9th of September arrived… the long-expected sporting event of the year… the one and only LLBG triathlon!

This was the third time LLBG had organised the triathlon, and once again it proved to be a huge success… we were happy to welcome 155 colleagues from all our European affiliates. Apart from the quarter triathlon for the more experienced participants, beginning sportsmen and women could register for the sprint triathlon this year as well.
According to the age-old tradition, a great time for relaxation followed the efforts, including drinks, good food and lots of socialising!

Organising sports activities is fully in line with the LLBG philosophy: we are convinced that each company can play an important role in employees’ health. After all, sufficient physical activity ensures healthier, fitter, and in the end, happier people. Without a doubt this is true for all activities in the workplace. Exactly the reason why we encourage all sports activities: ranging from triathlons to cycle challenges…

In 2018 we will once again mount our bikes and all participate in a famous cycling race.… We will keep everyone in suspense on what the destination will be next year!

20 juillet 2017La Lorraine at Tomorrowland. Experience the magic

In addition to the music, food also plays a central role in Tomorrowland magic. This was personally experienced by the LLBG bakery team, consisting of 12 members. On 20th July they were all set and ready to serve the ‘People of Tomorrow’ in Dreamville with many tasty goodies.

In the early hours of the morning they baked the buns, prepared cakes ready to be served, and waited for the first early birds to arrive, even though they found their way to our bakery a bit later each day. Within several days a staggering amount of bakery products was sold: 9800 baguettes, 915 loaves of bread and 27,400 pastries, including croissants, raisin buns and other sweets. It was also evident that the partygoers were very fond of cakes as well, for at least 12,250 of them were sold.

And there is more…

This is certainly not all. In addition to what the bakery at Dreamville offered, we also provided the necessary products to the other food stands. Apart from 9200 baguettes, more than 10,000 sandwiches were consumed by the festival crew and employees. However, the people in the VIP tent could also enjoy the LLBG delights: 45,800 mini sweet bites and 91,500 hearty bites were appreciated by the guests.

As such, we can conclude: not only music contributes to the magic at Tomorrowland; the magic of good food plays a major role as well.

15 juin 2017LLBG supports Youthstart

Entrepreneurship is for LLBG a key pillar for success.
On the basis of this concept, we support Youthstart.

Youthstart is an initiative which supports youngsters on a somewhat winding course. It provides them with the opportunity to fully develop their organisational skills and to test these in practice. After successfully completing the ‘entrepreneurial mindset and entrepreneurship’ course and following the further development of a business plan, no fewer than 11 students from the Oscar Romero college in Dendermonde graduated and received their ‘certificate’.

Following an official judging process headed by CEO Guido Vanherpe and HR Manager Philip Depondt, they received their certificate during a ceremony at the headquarters in Ninove.

29 avril 2017Modern new production line at La Lorraine Ostend

La Lorraine Oostende is increasing its production capacity with a brand-new production line with a width of 4 metres and a length of 25 metres.

Due to the increased efficiency, the new line can produce 3000 loaves of bread per hour, using 5 employees. This new technology also leads to improved and more consistent quality. This investment is in line with the growth strategy, whereby LLBG focuses on quality. The production line boosts the site in Oostende with extremely important expertise to enable further sustainable growth.

7 décembre 2016La Lorraine Bakery Group wins Family Business Award of Excellence

PRESS RELEASE, 7 DECEMBER 2016

During the evening of 7 December 2016 in Brussels, La Lorraine Bakery Group was elected to become ambassador of the Belgian “Family Business Award of Excellence.” Ernst & Young (EY) organised this initiative together with FBN Belgium and GUBERNA, three key players committed to the development of family businesses in Belgium. The other finalists were Ardo, Puratos, Van De Velde and the Van Roey Group. Chaired by Luc De Bruyckere, the panel of judges commended La Lorraine Bakery Group in particular for its authenticity, enthusiasm and entrepreneurship, qualities forming a unifying theme within an outstanding governance structure.


This award is made in recognition of family businesses that stand out in terms of good governance both in the family and business, their vision and maintenance of family values, ensuring the entrepreneurial spirit is passed on from generation to generation, their communication strategy and social commitment.

Guido Van Herpe, La Lorraine Bakery Group CEO, was handed the award by panel member De Bruyckere. A wholly Belgian family-owned group operating in the European bakery sector, La Lorraine Bakery Group is a market leader in Belgium for the manufacture and distribution of a wide range of freshly baked bread and pastry products. It also one of the leading players for frozen bakery specialities and bread packed in a protective atmosphere. Operating in 25 countries, the group is under the management of the third generation. Employing more than 3,000 people, this fast-growing family business posted a turnover of €620 million in 2015. Their Panos store concept is the standard by which others are judged on the Belgian filled soft roll market.

Rudi Braes, Managing Partner of EY Belgium explains: “The Family Business Award of Excellence is designed first of all to pay tribute to high-performance family businesses in our country. This initiative is aimed at encouraging such businesses to share their experiences and best practices. They are the basis of, the engine behind our economy. All the finalists are excellent organisations with enviable track records and prepared to continue developing their legacies in the midst of this disruptive world.”

 

Rewarded for authenticity, enthusiasm and entrepreneurship


The panel of judges chose as their criteria good governance, vision and the maintenance of family values, ensuring the entrepreneurial spirit is passed on from generation to generation, the communication strategy and the social commitment of the company. Chaired by Luc De Bruyckere the panel members were Christ’l Joris, Catherine Noel, Jacques Crahay, and Matthieu Boone.

The panel chairman Luc De Bruyckere explains how the panel reached its decision: “La Lorraine Bakery Group is a copybook example of how it should be done. Its strong and clear vision for the company and family and has been remarkably successful in reflecting this vision within the structures. La Lorraine has created specific tools for ensuring that an outstanding system of governance is developed that is espoused and applied within the family and between the family and management. What is more, the enthusiasm and feelings are clearly perceptible, while the emphasis continues to be firmly placed on entrepreneurship. Excellent and timely preparations have also been made for the succession. La Lorraine is authentic and able to count on a fluent discourse. The company has demonstrated how very resilient it was in the wake of the serious fire that devastated the main registered office in 2008. Finally, it has succeeded in adopting a visionary approach to developing a controlled international presence. La Lorraine is therefore an excellent example of what we seek to highlight with this award”.


Award for Belgian family-run businesses that excel


This is the third time EY has joined forces with FBN Belgium and GUBERNA to organise the Family Business Award of Excellence. La Lorraine Bakery Group is following Reynaers Aluminium (2015) and Cosucra (2014). La Lorraine Bakery Group was also chosen to be the “Company of the Year” in 2012. As Belgian ambassador of the ‘Family Business Award of Excellence’, La Lorraine Bakery Group will represent our country during the annual Family Business Summit being held in Monte Carlo in early June.

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11 octobre 2016Third production line at La Lorraine Romania

PRESS RELEASE
Câmpia Turzii (Romania), September 30, 2016


The official launch event of La Lorraine Romania’s third production line took place on September 30th, in Câmpia Turzii. The new line is designed for the production of Kaiser Rolls.

La Lorraine Romania, a joint venture between La Lorraine Bakery Group and Macromex, is the largest and most modern frozen bakery plant in Romania. Since its official opening in November 2011, due to the high demand for convenience and premium quality, the factory has expanded to 3 production lines, which has tripled the production in the last five years.

This state-of-the art frozen bakery plant is part of an ambitious expansion plan of La Lorraine Bakery Group in fast-growing Eastern-Europe emerging markets. The new production line also implied an important expansion by 6.000 square meters of the factory and a 10 mil. Euros investment. The total investment in the Romanian factory amounts to 29 mil. Euros today.

State-of-the-art lay-out design, cutting edge technology and a highly skilled operating team make La Lorraine Romania one of the most efficient frozen bakery plants in Europe. It produces a remarkable range of breads in all shapes, textures and sizes. More than 100 types of products are being made on the 3 lines. The first line is dedicated to the production of rolls and baguettes, the second line is destined for rustic products, while the new line produces Kaiser Rolls.

Today the factory is receiving daily 80 tons of high specification flour from local mills. This makes La Lorraine Romania one of the largest clients for local suppliers.

The food safety policy is very simple for La Lorraine Bakery Group : zero tolerance. No expense is spared to make sure the products are 100% safe for consumers. Strict safety, hygiene and quality procedures are in place and every hour batches are sampled and tested. The plant has also received the IFS 6 certificate, one of the highest food standards in the world.

The 3 fully automated production lines work 24/7, with more than 30% of the energy being supplied by a solar park nearby.

The products are stored in the logistic center nearby – Edenia Distribution Center, the highest frozen high bay in Europe. From there they are shipped to customers in Romania and across several other countries, ranging from modern and traditional retailers to HORECA clients. In Romania, the products can be found in the biggest chain stores but also in foodservice.

From a small team of 28 members, La Lorraine Romania has now become one of the largest employers in the region. The highly qualified local team shares the knowledge of the entire La Lorraine Bakery Group through sustained trainings several times a year. They carry on the group’s superior quality standards, expertise and passion for bread.






Guido Vanherpe CEO La Lorraine Bakery Group en Dan Minulescu CEO Macromex



22 septembre 2016Inauguration new state-of-the-art bakery plant

PRESS RELEASE
Manisa (Turkey), September 22nd, 2016


La Lorraine Bakery Group is proud to officially inaugurate its new frozen bakery plant in Manisa.

The state-of-the art frozen production plant is part of an ambitious expansion plan of La Lorraine Bakery Group in fast-growing emerging markets such as Eastern-Europe and Turkey.

The investment of 23 million Euro (100 Million Turkish lira) in the new Manisa plant will allow La Lorraine Turkey to be a pioneer of high-quality frozen bakery (or 'bake-off') products and to become a leading bakery company offering to the Turkish consumers a wide choice of innovative bakery products, such as French baguettes, bread rolls, artisan breads and ciabatta.

The ‘Bake-off’ technology allows supermarkets and foodservice (HORECA) customers to offer top quality and freshly baked bakery products to their clients at affordable prices.


La Lorraine Turkey


La Lorraine Turkey was created in 2013 as a frozen Bakery import & sales division of La Lorraine Bakery Group. In 2014 La Lorraine Turkey started supplying the Migros retail chain with a complete assortment of frozen part-baked Bakery products, which are baked every day to ultimate freshness in each of the supermarket stores.

In 2015 the company started developing a network of frozen distributor's to supply its foodservice (HORECA Hotel restaurant and Cafeteria) customers in and around the main Turkish cities, such as Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, (Bursa), Bodrum, Antalya, Bursa, Adana and (Mersin).

The newly built plant starts its operation with one fully automated bread line(s). In the future the plant can increase its capacity with 6 additional bakery lines to widen its assortment in breads, croissants and savory products.

La Lorraine Turkey will employ 80 (around 100) people by the end of 2016.

In the next 5 years the La Lorraine Turkey expects to invest another 20 mio Euro (100 million Turkish Lira) in production capacity extension and will increase the number of employees to 150 people.


La Lorraine Bakery Group


La Lorraine Bakery Group is a 100% Belgian family-based group, which is active in Milling and Bakery. It was created in 1939 and was able to build in the last 77 years a unique expertise in bakery.

Today the group has become one of the leading companies in the European bakery industry thanks to a dynamic international expansion and innovation strategy. It has been in particular successful to expand its frozen Bakery business in Eastern Europe & Turkey. La Lorraine Bakery Group employs over 3150 employees and will achieve in 2016 a consolidated turnover of about 675 mio Euro. The group has 12 modern bakery plants of which 8 are located in Belgium and 3 in CEE countries (Poland, Czech Republic and Romania). In 2016 the group has opened its newest frozen bakery plant in Turkey.


Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 - Belgium


In 2012 La Lorraine Bakery Group received the Award of ‘Entrepreneur of the year 2012 – Belgium’, thanks to its successful growth and innovation strategy during the last decades.





20 septembre 2016HighBay Erpe-Mere

En Septembre 2016, Guido Vanherpe a donné une interview à KanaalZ concernant la construction du Highbay à Erpe-Mere (en Néerlandais).

Découvrez ici le petit film.


11 mars 2016La Lorraine Bakery Group sponsorise la nouvelle Napoleon Games Cycling Cup

Cette Cycling Cup belge est un nouveau critérium de régularité, qui rassemble dix courses d’un jour, bien réparties à travers la Belgique et faisant partie de l’UCI Europe Tour.

Le but est de donner aux jeunes coureurs l’opportunité d’attirer l’attention sur eux au cours d’un critérium de longue durée et de se mesurer aux grands d’aujourd’hui.


La nouvelle organisation stimulera la notoriété et la perception de ces épreuves.

En outre, toutes les courses seront retransmises en direct sur VTM et la RTBF, seront abordées lors des journaux télévisés et feront l’objet d’un compte rendu dans Het Nieuwsblad.

Découvrez le programme complet sur www.napoleongamescyclingcup.be.

22 décembre 2015Rachat de Le Bon Grain Morlanwelz

COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE
22/12/2015

La Lorraine Bakery Group a repris le site de production "Le Bon Grain" à Morlanwelz dans le Hainaut.

Le Tribunal de Commerce de Charleroi a donné son approbation aujourd'hui pour la vente du site  "Le Bon Grain" de Morlanwelz en Hainaut à La Lorraine Bakery Group. Le site de Morlanwelz était le plus grand et le plus moderne du groupe Le Bon Grain qui a été déclaré en faillite jeudi dernier. Les curateurs wallons, les banques et les organisations syndicales ont fortement contribué à un bon suivi du dossier pour favoriser la continuité de la société.

‘65 personnes pourront directement recommencer à travailler à Morlanwelz. Dès demain, le site pourra à nouveau livrer ses clients en toute confiance’, confirme Guido Vanherpe CEO de La Lorraine Bakery Group. ‘Ceci est une bonne nouvelle en vue des fêtes de fin d'année, traditionnellement fort chargées. Nous comptons sur une nouvelle croissance et sur une augmentation des emplois dans la région’.

Grâce à ce rachat, La Lorraine Bakery Group renforce sa présence dans les régions du Hainaut, Brabant Wallon et Namur. ‘Cette reprise cadre avec notre stratégie de livrer les grandes surfaces en Belgique, à partir de sites régionaux bien équipés, avec une gamme de pâtisserie et de boulangerie ultra fraîche et de haute qualité’, déclare Guido Vanherpe. Les autres sites de productions 'frais' de La Lorraine Bakery Group sont localisés à Ostende, Anvers, Hasselt, Liège et Ninove.

La Lorraine Bakery Group dément les rumeurs concernant une offre faite sur plusieurs sites flamands du groupe ’Le Bon Grain’. Le dossier des sites flamands est traitée par d'autres curateurs du côté flamand. La Lorraine Bakery Group estime que ces sites seront vendus à d’autres parties.

La Lorraine Bakery Group est une société 100% belge et familiale, avec une longue tradition dans la boulangerie. Grâce à une innovation permanente et une passion pour la qualité, le groupe a réalisé une croissance moyenne de son chiffre d'affaires de 10% par an au cours des années précédentes. De plus, La Lorraine Bakery Group a été élue Entreprise de l'Année en 2012.

14 octobre 2015INAUGURATION de l’entrepôt de congélation High-Bay entièrement automatisé chez La Lorraine Polska Sp. z o.o.

Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki, 14 octobre 2015 – 9h30.
La Lorraine Bakery Group est fier d’inaugurer officiellement son nouvel entrepôt de congélation High-Bay entièrement automatisé, en Pologne, en présence de Sa Majesté le Roi des Belges. Cet entrepôt à la pointe de la technologie fait partie d’un programme d’investissement ambitieux, d’un montant de 50 millions d’euros, qui permet au site de produits de boulangerie surgelés de La Lorraine Polska de doubler sa capacité de production.
La Lorraine Bakery Group est une entreprise familiale belge, active depuis plus de 75 ans dans les secteurs de la minoterie et de la boulangerie. La Lorraine a lancé sa stratégie à long terme « Go East » voici quinze ans et est, depuis lors, devenu un des leaders du marché des produits de boulangerie surgelés en Europe de l’Est et en Pologne. Cette stratégie a fait connaître aux consommateurs des pays de l’Union européenne ainsi que de Pologne une vaste gamme de produits de boulangerie innovants, grâce à la technologie du « bake-off ». Le « bake-off », qui remporte un vif succès, permet aux supermarchés et aux établissements de l’horeca de proposer à leurs clients des produits de boulangerie ultrafrais et de qualité supérieure, à des prix abordables.  En 2012, la vision à long terme du groupe et sa belle croissance annuelle de plus de 10 % au cours de la dernière décennie ont été récompensées par le titre d’Entrepreneur de l’année 2012 en Belgique.


Entrepôt High-Bay


Les entrepôts High-Bay entièrement automatisés sont des entrepôts innovants, à la pointe de la technologie. L’entrepôt High-Bay de La Lorraine Polska est un silo d’une hauteur de 41 mètres, doté de rayonnages internes pouvant contenir 16 000 palettes. Les palettes sont chargées et déchargées de manière entièrement automatique par des grues robotisées. Comme personne ne peut pénétrer dans l’entrepôt, le taux d’oxygène peut y être abaissé à 15 %, ce qui permet de ramener le risque d’incendie au minimum absolu. Ce concept innovant d’entrepôt est également synonyme d’économies d’énergie considérables et donc, d’un impact positif sur notre environnement.

La Lorraine Pologne


La Lorraine Polska a débuté ses activités de vente en Pologne en 2001, avec l’introduction de produits bake-off sur le marché polonais. En 2005, La Lorraine Polska a acquis une boulangerie polonaise à Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki. Depuis, le groupe a investi environ 70 millions d’euros dans ses activités en Pologne, en faisant passer la capacité du site à dix lignes de production ultramodernes. La Lorraine Polska réalise un chiffre d’affaires de 87 millions d’euros et emploie aujourd’hui plus de 600 personnes. La mission de La Lorraine Polska consiste à produire et vendre sur le marché polonais des produits de boulangerie innovants (baguettes, ciabattas, etc.).  

La Lorraine Bakery Group


La Lorraine Bakery Group est un groupe familial 100 % belge, actif dans les secteurs de la minoterie et de la boulangerie. Le groupe, fondé en 1939 par Gerard Vanherpe, est aujourd’hui une des entreprises numéro un du marché européen de la boulangerie, grâce à son expansion internationale dynamique et à sa stratégie basée sur l’innovation. La Lorraine emploie plus de 2 800 personnes et réalisera un chiffre d’affaires consolidé d’environ 600 millions d’euros en 2015. Le groupe possède dix sites de boulangerie modernes, dont sept en Belgique et trois dans des pays de l’Union européenne (Pologne, République tchèque et une coentreprise en Roumanie). En 2016, le groupe prévoit d’ouvrir son prochain site de production de produits de boulangerie surgelés en Turquie.

4 octobre 2015Journée portes ouvertes (Open Bedrijvendag) 2015: une impression

Merci à tout nos visiteurs


L' ambiance superbe se prouve par le filme ci-dessous.
La Lorraine Bakery Group souhaite remercier tout ses visiteurs pour leur enthousiasme.


4 octobre 2015Le site de production Ninove ouvre ses portes lors de 'Open Bedrijvendag'

Le 04 octobre 2015 La Lorraine Bakery Group - site de production de Ninove ouvre ses portes pour le grand public lors de 'Open Bedrijvendag'.

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