BEWI launches updated vision, brand and website19-02-2021
BEWI launches updated vision, brand and website
BEWI, a leading provider of packaging, components, and insulation solutions, today launches an updated brand with a new visual identity reflecting the company’s new vision: Protecting people and goods for a better everyday. At the same time, a new website is launched and the name changes back to BEWI.
“BEWI was founded as a family company in 1980. During the 40 years we have been in business, we have kept challenging and transforming what we do to be able to deliver the best and most efficient solutions to our customers. Today I am proud to release our updated brand that reflects our vision of protecting people and goods for a better everyday,” says Christian Bekken, CEO of
The new vision means taking responsibility and adapting BEWI’s business to tomorrow’s expectations. The updated brand also means changing the name back to BEWI.
“As we grow as a company, our new brand reflects our will to always stay young at heart, relevant and optimistic about leading the change towards a circular economy. Now we are taking the next step of our journey”, Bekken continues.
At the same time, the former BEWiSynbra website is rreplaced with the updated www.bewi.com site. The new site features a clean and responsive modern design, enhanced functionality, alongside easy access to essential information about our offering.
For further information, please contact:
Charlotte Knudsen, Director of IR and Communications BEWI ASA,
email: firstname.lastname@example.org; tel: +47 9756 1959
About BEWI ASA
BEWI is an international provider of packaging, components and insulation solutions. The company’s commitment to sustainability is integrated throughout the value chain, from the production of raw materials and end goods to recycling of used products. The company creates value for customers by offering sustainable solutions in innovative and efficient ways. With a vision to protect people and goods for a better every day, BEWI is leading the change towards a circular economy.