Marbach has recently invested in a Gabler M98 Maxx. At the beginning of July the new thermoforming machine was delivered to Marbach in Heilbronn.
Ferdinand Rieker, Team Leader Tooling & Service at Marbach: “On the 3rd of July 2017 it finally happened: our new thermoforming machine Gabler M98 Maxx arrived at our facility. Given the fact that the machine was delivered completely assembled on a low-loader, the final installation took only a few days. Everything ran smoothly. We are very happy about our latest addition to the family. With our three machines we are now able to fulfill even better the wishes of our customers and to offer the right solution for every requirement.”
The new thermoforming machine comes with different possibilities for Marbach: because match-metal tools can now be tested extensively for their functionality and quality before being delivered to customers. Also process safety and productivity can be better optimized directly at Marbach, without affecting the production capacity of our customers.
Rieker continues: “Through the currently largest possible tool mounting space of the M98 Maxx, we can test directly at our premises all “the industry's big ones”, such as tools for the Illig RDM 75K, Gabler M98 or Kiefel KTR6. This means even more performance for our customers.”
Additionally Marbach will use its new thermoforming machine intensively in the research and development department.
In December 2017 Marbach introduced to the market its new cleaning device for corrugated board machines: the mplaten|cleaner. Since then, more than 10 of these devices have been sold. And further orders are in the pipeline.
The National Plastics Exhibition (NPE) takes place every 3 years in Orlando. The who’s who of the global plastics industry will meet in 2018 from 7 to 11 May. As a specialist for the production of thermoforming tools, Marbach will again be exhibiting there this year and presenting its latest developments.
For some time now Marbach has been offering pure edge technology for achieving clean visible edges in corrugated board. Many customers are now using pure edge. It has been shown that this technology not only provides clean visible edges for corrugated board packaging, but is able to do much more.
Already in 2012, the Heilbronn-based die-maker Marbach had established a location in the USA with its subsidiary in Charlotte, North Carolina. This company has been constantly growing and has in the meantime established itself in the American market. For this reason, Jan Brunner, CEO Marbach America, was invited to the Heilbronn House of Commerce on the 8th March as an expert at the themed evening "Germany - USA: Relationship wise". This event, organized by the German Graduate School of Management & Law (GGS), the Kreissparkasse Heilbronn and the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Heilbronn-Franken, was about the economic and political situation in the USA and the relationship between the USA and Germany. But also about how this has changed - especially over the past year.