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About Moeskops.

Over 45 years of graphic craftsmanship.

Since our establishment in 1976, we have grown to become the market leader in the Benelux. We achieved this through craftsmanship, a focus on innovation, and sustainability. We would be happy to tell you more about it.


We develop and manufacture high-quality, innovative custom packaging, storage solutions, and presentation materials. Craftsmanship is at the core of our approach. For over 45 years, we have been pioneers, utilizing the latest machines and techniques. We have even co-developed a revolutionary packaging machine. With our craftsmanship, you can expect quality, innovation, and creativity. All delivered quickly and produced in an extremely sustainable, carbon-neutral facility in Hapert, the Netherlands. Here, a team of over 75 skilled professionals work passionately every day to deliver the best quality for our customers.

We make the difference between a product and a well-finished product. You are seeking something special that will make your company or product stand out. Unique and distinctive in form, material, finish, and/or size. Something that has been carefully considered, collaboratively designed, and always executed according to your preferences.


Despite being a manufacturing company, we aspire to have a positive impact on the environment and the well-being of people. Therefore, we operate from an extremely sustainable, carbon-neutral production site. On our roof, 2,996 solar panels have been installed. Our new facility incorporates the latest and most sustainable construction techniques and materials. We have implemented an innovative underground waste transport and separation system, and our cardboard cutting/milling machine is equipped with a dust extraction and pressing system for cardboard particles to promote recycling and the health of our employees.

In addition to being FSC®-certified and using FSC®-certified materials, we go beyond that. Think of cardboard made from grass waste, cardboard made from fibers of recycled jeans, and paper made from 100% agricultural waste. We encourage our customers to choose the most sustainable materials, contributing to the circular economy and going a step further by opting not just for recycled but even upcycled materials. This way, you package with nature, not against it.

On our sustainability page, you can learn more about our three pillars: sustainable production, the use of the most sustainable materials, and the well-being of our staff and society.


Craftsmanship brings forth ingenuity and innovation. Our skilled professionals conceive, develop, and produce the most unique solutions. A statement from our director, Erik Moeskops, encapsulates our approach: “If it seems impossible, we can make it possible.” Moeskops Grafisch is about exploration, embracing innovative techniques, and inspiring clients with fresh ideas. Pioneering is in our DNA. In 1997 and 2004, we were the first in the world to introduce a fully automatic cardboard cutting/milling machine, capable of processing two milling lines in 1997 and six milling lines in 2004 in a single operation. In 2016, we collaborated with a machine producer to develop the Cantobox® machine. 

With this machine, we are the world’s first to produce fully machined packaging with sharp 90-degree angles. This achievement was not possible with conventional techniques. Another world first in 2016 was our magnet machine, co-developed by us. With the magnet machine, we can completely machine-process magnets without them being visibly noticeable, eliminating the need for manual intervention. Through our craftsmanship, we perceive how existing techniques can be enhanced. This way, craftsmanship not only ensures quality but also fosters ingenuity and innovation.

Our history.

In 1976, Frans Moeskops started ‘Moeskops Bookbinding Studio’ from a home garage in Hoogeloon. His son Erik, already at the age of 12, assisted with gluing and attaching labels at the kitchen table. The business expanded, and in 1984, it established itself in its own premises in Bladel. As customer demands broadened, the bookbinding studio gradually evolved into a graphic finishing company in the 1980s. The company’s size doubled in 1988, 1990, and 2000. In 1992, Erik completed his graphic education and officially joined the company. He traveled on the bus, went through all departments, and got to know the customers. Erik took over the business from his father in 1998.

The graphic market underwent significant changes in the early 2000s with the advent of new technologies and the rise of the internet, leading to shifts in customer demands and challenges for printing companies. However, Moeskops invested in new machinery and skilled personnel. In 2003, they invested in a new, fast gluing machine, and in 2004, Moeskops became the world’s first to introduce a fully automatic cardboard cutting/milling machine capable of processing six milling lines in a single operation. They had achieved a world first in 1997 with two milling lines. The product range became extensive, offering storage and presentation items such as folders, displays, showcards, boxes, ring binders, steel presentations, cassettes, and other custom-made products. The manual bookbinding, the company’s initial focus, was discontinued.

In 2005, 2012, and 2014, the company acquired five businesses, enhancing market coverage and expanding processing capabilities. In 2015 and 2016, Moeskops, in collaboration with a machine producer, developed the Cantobox® machine, achieving another world first by producing fully machined packaging with sharp 90-degree angles. This feat was not possible with conventional techniques. In the same period, another machine was co-developed: the magnet machine. The company achieved a world first by fully machine-processing magnets. Custom (luxury) packaging production became an increasingly significant product group alongside other established products.

In early 2017, Moeskops Grafisch moved into a brand-new and sustainable building to create space for the future. The facility size doubled again to 10,000 m². In 2020, the company adopted Quick Response Manufacturing (QRM), a process improvement methodology aimed at reducing lead times, allowing them to achieve short delivery times.

Our ambition.

We aim to maintain a leading position in the graphic sector. We are and will continue to be pioneers, committed to responsible business practices, and always at the forefront of adopting new technologies. Our goal is to play a leading role in the West-European market for custom sustainable packaging, especially for luxury products. We believe that sustainable packaging can also exude luxury. The foundation for this has been laid with an extremely sustainable and carbon-neutral production site, the use of the most sustainable materials, and the introduction of the Cantobox® production line.