"Our family has not only dedicated itself
to the production of simple products,
but to the creation of consummateabsolute
moments of pleasure."
Jean-Pierre Heintz, in the spring of 1853.
The things we enjoy also evolve - largely shaped by large and small innovations that make the use of tobacco in its present form, variety and quality possible in the first place. Many of these ideas come from us.
We therefore have continuously improved our production technology in terms of quality and effectiveness. We have developed new tobacco products that meet the taste, lifestyle, but also the handling requirements of people who enjoy life just for the pleasure of it. Some of these are produced in our subsidiaries, which have the freedom to independently develop new products. This openness makes us one of the most innovation-friendly companies in our industry.
Landewyck's headquarter in Luxemburg
Cellulose-based cigarette filters are manufactured in the Ettelbrück factory. The six production machines turn out more than two billion filters per year, which roughly averages eight million a day. End to end, the daily output of filters would measure 1,000 kilometers. Landewyck has highly automated systems that help to ensure the company’s competitiveness at the highest level. Today's state-of-the-art machines can produce nearly 10,000 cigarettes per minute.
The plants in Luxembourg can reach a peak production output of 45 to 50 million cigarettes per day. The Hollerich plant also has a graphics department that allows the group to develop its own designs and custom packaging.
There is also an efficient, modern printing shop with a staff of 50 people in Hollerich. This is where packaging materials are printed for the Group's products in numerous different formats.
The group also produces a variety of different rolling and tubing tobaccos in the various Landewyck
Landewyck Tabak Holland
NL-4706 PB Roosendaal
NL-4700 BA Roosendaal
Tel. +31 165 524-000
Fax. +31 165 524-001
Landewyck Tabak Holland in Rosendaal can look back to the year 1765 regarding its experience with tobacco. In 2001, Biggelaar tobacco joined Landewyck, contributing its typical Dutch know-how in the production of "Zware" and "Half-Zware" - while simultaneously benefitting from the opportunities a large international organization has to offer.
Today, Landewyck Tabak Holland has about 20 employees in Rosendaahl - and not only specializes in the sale of Landewyck brands, but also in the packaging of cigars.