Wilnest


Dutch company Wilnest is building birdhouses from Luran S

Now birds’ hearts are beating faster. Read more


Wilnest wins two innovation prizes

During the Gardening Business trade fair, organized annually in the Evenementhal in Gorinchem, Wilnest won the bronze award. The gold and silver awards went to the Wolf Garten’s Hybrid Power and Marktrade’s Ezimate. These awards are awarded to the most innovative products of the year. Read more


Wilnest at dutch trade fair

The success of the Spoga was continued at the Gardening Business show in Gorinchem. Purchasers from both large and small organisations showed their interest in the innovative bird house. Read more


Wilnest at Spoga

Just as last year, the Wilnest bird house was presented at the Spoga in Cologne. Many interested parties visited the re-designed Wilnest stand. Read more


“Dealing with animals is very instructive”

Bert Blaauw (86) is no stranger in the national bird protection circles. In a recent interview he told us everything about his experience, also with the plastic bird houses of which he was one of the founders. Read the interview


Anything is possible with polymer!

In 1990, as Gramser, Boes en op ten Berg we started our product design bureau. The fax had just arrived, we didn't have e-mail and the production of polymer products and components was just a small part of the market at that moment. In the early 90s, marker sketches on the drawing board, forms with a radius template and the assembly of models without rapid prototyping was our world. Even design (our field) could only be found in the Alessi shops of the international cities of the world.' Read more


Interest in Wilnest from throughout the world

Since Wilnest was presented at various international trade shows (including the Cologne Spoga in 2006), reactions have been coming in via this website from all over the world. There is a major chance that Wilnest will shortly also be brought onto the market abroad. Read more


Wilnest sponsors “Staartmezen”

This summer in England some 40,000 scouts will gather for the World Jamboree, the four-yearly meeting of the worldwide scouting organisation. For this occasion a Dutch group, the “Staartmezen” (long-tailed tits), will be sponsored by Wilnest. Read more