About us

Together for Better is the corporate motto of the Reynaers Group and reflects the identity of this Belgian family company. Driven by innovation and entrepreneurship, the international group is always focusing on partners to realize sustainable growth together. Reynaers Group, active in more than 70 countries worldwide, is a leading specialist in the development, distribution and commercialization of innovative and sustainable architectural applications in aluminium and steel.



The Reynaers Group is a dynamic and vibrant group of companies, with activities aimed to increase the value of buildings and improve the living and working environment of people, with dedicated focus on sustainability and design.

The different companies of the Reynaers Group complement each other perfectly. Reynaers Aluminium offers a wide range of systems for windows, (sliding) doors and façades in aluminium to more than 5000 customers worldwide. Forster, part of the group since January 2018, is a Swiss company that specializes in solutions for interior and exterior joinery in steel, with a focus on safety. Additionally, the Reynaers Group includes complementary companies that meet local market needs, from specialists in surface treatments of profiles and accessories to the production of building products for the industry.


Key figures

Founded in 1965, Reynaers has achieved an impressive growth, both in international presence, as in turnover by internal growth and acquisitions. Reynaers is looking forward with confidence and realized a turnover of € 638 million in 2021. Currently Reynaers employs 2800 people worldwide.

  • 2.800 Staff members
  • 40 Subsidiaries
  • 638 mil. Total turnover

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is composed of 10 members, with an equal share of family members and external members. Those external members are not associated with or employed by the Reynaers Group, which results in objective decision-making. Furthermore, this independence introduces outside perspectives to the Board. The Board of Directors, under the chairwomanship of Martine Reynaers, meets every two months at the Reynaers Campus in Belgium.