Greiner AG Headquarter-Kremsmünster

The Company

Products for Everyday Life

Greiner, which has its headquarters in Kremsmünster (Austria), is a global leader in the field of plastic and foam solutions. Founded in 1868 in Nürtingen, Germany, Greiner develops and manufactures products for everyday use. With its four operative divisions comprised by Greiner Packaging, Greiner Bio-One, Greiner Foam and Greiner Extrusion, the group is at home in widely differing industrial sectors. However, irrespective of the diversity of the sales markets involved, Greiner products always offer value added and not only make life simpler, but also enhance its quality. This fact is exemplified by food packaging that prolongs shelf life, safe blood sample collection tubes, intelligent mattresses, lightweight aircraft and car seating, and plants for the production of high-quality plastic window frames.

Greiner has been in family ownership for five generations and is a non-listed corporation. Today, it offers a workforce of almost 11,000 employees in 34 countries secure employment together with a unique corporate culture that is founded upon trust, responsibility and mutual respect. In tandem with a sustainable business approach, a combination of product and market diversification, innovation and globalization provides the basis for continuous, earnings-oriented growth. 

In addition to the four operative divisions, Greiner Real EstateGreiner Technology & Innovation and the Greiner Krabbelstube (Nursery) are also part of the global group.

Key Figures for the 2019 Financial Year


The Greiner Annual Report for the 2019 financial year can be downloaded here as a PDF.
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Axel Kühner (CEO) and Hannes Moser (CFO) form the Greiner AG Management Board.

The Greiner AG Supervisory Board consists of twelve members of whom four are delegated employee representatives. Erich Gebhardt is the Board’s President and Dominik Greiner his deputy.  

Since June 2010, a four-person Family Council has represented the interests of the owning family. Peter Greiner is its elected head.