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As a dynamic and successful company we are always on the move. This section features news and articles on current topics from the exciting world of packaging.

Cutting machine of state-of-the-art technology - world's fastest punch in VI format

In November 2020, another Bobst Mastercut 145 PER 2.0 punching machine went into operation. The machine is fully automated and up to date with the latest and maximum state of the art. With fully automatic pallet logistics, maximum performance is achieved at the highest quality level. This high-tech machine is the most automated and productive punching machine in the world. This high-speed punch offers fast, trouble-free production and the highest quality of the products and is one of the fastest punches in vi format worldwide.


De-palletizer at the Marbach site put into operation

In September 2017, a depalletizer for the fully automatic feeding of a folder gluer was put into operation at the Marbach site. As a result, an increase in performance is achieved. In addition, the physical strain on the operator is considerably spared

New stamping machine of state-of-the-art technology launched in February 2017

To expand capacity, a further automatic stamping machine of the Bobst Mastercut 145 press was put into operation at the Marbach site. This machine is also fully automated for economical packaging production with the highest quality and maximum Output.

At the Ludwigsburg location, a new printing press went into operation

At the Ludwigsburg site in February 2017, a new 6-color KBA 145 press was put into operation. This highly productive plant is equipped with fully automated pallet logistics and is state of the art in the printing industry. State-of-the-art technology ensures maximum print Quality.

At the Ludwigsburg site, another folder gluer was installed in September 2016.

With this investment in state-of-the-art folding and gluing technology, it is now also possible to easily process corrugated board packaging of all constructions and qualities.

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