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Deinzer for L’Oréal

L’Oréal is happy to place the high-quality placement of its pharmacy-exclusive brands Skin Ceuticals, La Roche Posay, Vichy and Cerave in Deinzer’s hands.

As here in the Atrium pharmacy in Düsseldorf, Deinzer uses acrylic components to bathe the free-choice shelves in brand-appropriate light. Shelf rails individually adapted to the shelving situation in the pharmacy ensure perfect product illumination and support the segmentation of the portfolio via the frontal, interchangeable labels. Illuminated acrylic elements enhance the placement and elegantly designed tester areas invite consumers to get to know the products on the shelf. Another example of extraordinary product staging by Deinzer.

Here you can find the video.

If you want to learn more about Deinzer, contact us. Present your brand at the point of sale. We will show you how. Talk to us.

Handover of keys to new managing director

New managing director of Deinzer GmbH introduces himself.

Stefan Lepers has been appointed as the new Managing Director of Deinzer GmbH. His predecessor Oliver Segendorf hands over this task to his successor after a successful time in the company in order to dedicate himself to new professional challenges near his hometown Hamburg.

Oliver Segendorf has set strong impulses during his time as Managing Director of Deinzer GmbH. With his flair for innovative technologies and a keen eye for growth and secure jobs, he has made Deinzer GmbH fit for the future. He looks back on the past years with pleasure: “To be able to support our customers in overcoming current challenges and to accompany technical innovations was an extremely pleasant task. My thanks go to the entire staff and the countless partners and customers for the trusting cooperation.”

“We naturally respect Oliver’s decision and would like to express our sincere thanks for his commitment and the wonderful time he has had. At the same time, we are pleased that we were able to gain a new managing director in Stefan Lepers, who together with us will continue and further develop the successful work started in recent years,” said Michael Becher, Sales Manager Deinzer GmbH.

Lepers has many years of experience in the management of medium-sized companies and, with his horizon of experience, is the ideal choice in pursuing the chosen path towards more efficiency and sustainability. Especially under the currently prevailing pandemic conditions and the resulting market changes, he focuses his work on the further expansion of sales channels into new markets as well as the development of sustainable sales solutions.

Image references:
No.1) “Handover of keys” from Oliver Segendorf to Stefan Lepers.
No. 2) “Welcome to the team” (from left to right: Michael Becher, Oliver Segendorf, Stefan Lepers, Thilo Becher).

Our man from Cape Verde at the 2021 Handball World Cup

From 13.01. the Handball World Cup starts in Egypt and we are part of it! Because when the 32 participating nations fight for the world championship crown in handball in January, one of Deinzer’s employees will also be on the pitch.

Ivo Santos (28) works for us in the packaging area. At the age of 16 Ivo started playing handball in his home country Cape Verde. His level of performance coupled with his unmistakable talent eventually brought him to the Cape Verde national team. For the last 2 years Ivo has been living in Solingen and has joined the 2nd team of the “Bergischer HC” here, which is currently fighting for promotion to the Nordrhein Liga.

Although Cape Verde may not be counted among the world’s elite in handball and this handball world championship is also the island nation’s first participation in the tournament, they were able to hold their own in the Africa Cup against experienced nations such as Morocco and thus qualify for World Cup participation. On January 17 at 19:00 Cape Verde will play against Germany.

“Of course I’m already a little excited. Even if our chance to win against Germany is small, we want to show ourselves from the best side against the world champion of 2007. Maybe I can also understand a little bit what the Germans are talking about on the pitch during the game. That certainly couldn’t hurt…” said Ivo.

We are curious and wish Cape Verde and especially Ivo good luck at the World Cup!

Happy New Year

A challenging year lies behind us. There have been many developments and projects that have stimulated our team to think in new ways. New business areas were opened up, new products developed and new employees hired.

The fact that everything worked so well is due in particular to the cooperative partnership with our customers and suppliers and the commitment of our teams.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved.

We wish you a good start to the new year and look forward to many exciting projects in 2021.

Hygiene protection walls for the Bergische Krankenkasse

In the course of the corona pandemic, hygiene protection measures represent one of the greatest challenges for stationary trade. Whether at the point-of-sale in retail stores or in public institutions, wherever people come into direct contact with each other, suitable protective measures are needed to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria. Protective walls made of acrylic can provide a suitable remedy. They offer protection against unwanted spreading of sneezing and spitting particles and create distance without losing proximity to the customer.

Under the business unit Deinzer Safety, Deinzer GmbH offers acrylic hygiene protection walls for equipping pharmacies, doctors’ surgeries, offices and the retail trade: wherever people, employees and customers come together. The transparent protective walls offer unrestricted visual contact and at the same time protection against sneezing and spitting. A central pass-through also allows payments or document exchange during customer meetings. The protective walls are modular and ready for use in just a few steps. Dirt can hardly adhere to the non-porous surface of acrylic. Furthermore, the protective walls can be used as advertising space and/or for the placement of hygiene instructions. Either in printed or milled form, the material acrylic offers effective advertising possibilities.

In order to maintain the quality of advice, the Bergische Krankenkasse health insurance company relies on Deinzer’s hygiene protection walls in its offices. The Solingen-based health insurance company has around 150 employees and serves more than 72,000 insured persons and maintains customer centers in the city centers of Bergisch Gladbach, Solingen and Wuppertal.

Photo: Sabine Stamm (Board of Directors Bergische Krankenkasse) and Frank Goworek (Deputy Board of Directors Bergische Krankenkasse) 

We are here for you.

Dear business partners,

As you know, the Corona crisis presents us all with major challenges.

We at Deinzer have taken organisational precautions to ensure our accessibility and range of services.
All this under the premise of guaranteeing the greatest possible protection for our employees.

In addition to strict spatial separation and the establishment of home office workstations, we have introduced a non-overlapping shift system.
This enables us to maintain the necessary distances between workstations in production.

Currently we can assure you that our development and production capacity is 100% and that our supply chain is functional.

As usual, we are also at your side for new developments and projects.

Let us work together to return to normality as quickly as possible after the virus has been overcome, in order to minimize the economic consequences for our society.
We firmly believe that it is therefore important that we as a company can and must also make our contribution to this.
We are rising to this challenge and are optimistic about the future.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your known contact persons.

Please stay well!

Creating distance without losing closeness

On the basis of the current challenges posed by the novel corona virus “Sars-CoV-2”, the German Federal Chamber of Pharmacists (BAK) recommends, as it was read at Apotheke adhoc yesterday, for the everyday life of pharmacists, among other things, the installation of Plexiglas protective walls in the counter and cash desk area.

Plexiglas protective walls at the POS increase the protection against unwanted transmissions by droplet infection, e.g. by sneezing. In addition, they give both customers and employees more security in handling without impairing customer communication.

Deinzer offers sneezing and spitting protection made of acrylic glass in a standardized size also for the HV table. The protective wall is assembled and set up in just a few steps thanks to a simple plug-in system. The flared feet secure and ensure a firm stand. The walls offer high stability and 100% clear view.

Technical data:

Material: acrylic, transparent
Thickness: a) 5 mm b) 6 mm
Dimensions: 580 x 780 mm (WxH)
Delivery: ex works
Subject to technical changes.
Info-Flyer: Sneez and Spitting Protection (PDF, 1 MB)

This way to the product in our Onlineshop

Fair review Euroshop 2017

Impressions of the start of EuroShop 2017 in Düsseldorf.

EuroShop 2020

Make a note now: On 16 February 2020 the world’s largest trade fair for the retail industry “EuroShop” starts in Düsseldorf. As a specialist for point-of-sale sales we will be there again as an exhibitor. Visit us in Hall 1, Stand A76 and let us inspire you how effective POS marketing can also help your brand to increase sales at the POS. We are looking forward to meeting you. You will find more information about the “EuroShop” fair here…

Fresh air

Reduction of truck traffic by 100 %

“So quiet here?” may have been the question asked by some of those who were on the streets between our production halls. Where otherwise one truck followed the next, suddenly grass sprouts at the edge of the road and the air is fresh and clear. What happened? Through an elaborate conversion of special production and operating procedures, we have succeeded in reducing internal truck traffic by 100%! Production materials are now fed into the processing process with a new intelligent transport system that is almost CO2-neutral. The environment is relieved, energy resources are conserved and costs are saved: Win-Win-Win