Marbach will be exhibiting at the Expoprint in Brazil from 20th to 24th of March 2018. The Expoprint is one of the most important trade fairs for the printing industry in Latin America. At the last event in 2014, 300 exhibitors presented the printing industry's latest trends to more than 48,000 visitors. The Expoprint 2018 will be held at the Expo Center Norte in São Paulo (Brazil).
Marbach will present its high-tech tools and materials to the visitors at its booth 2341. Cutting-dies with duramar or solidplate dieboards will be on display, as well as the masterstrip|plate stripping technology and the blanking technologies marbablanker and lightblanker. In addition, Marbach will also present its embossing solutions for the finishing of packaging: the thinplate technology.
Marbach is looking forward to receiving many visitors and engaging in many interesting conversations.
Marbach founded a new branch in Tianjin together with the machine manufacturer Masterwork in the summer of 2018. Cutting-dies for the Chinese folding box industry are mainly manufactured at this location. A few months later, Marbach started its new materials subsidiary in Mexico. A production facility in the USA will follow in the summer of 2019. At Marbach all signs point to expansion.
Since drupa 2016 Marbach has had digital zone levelling in its portfolio. Almost 400 machines have been equipped with a DZL|plate in the past 3 years. And the number is increasing every day.
Marbach is already involved in its planning for the most important international trade fair for the printing industry: drupa 2020. And now there is only 1 year left until drupa opens its doors again. The last drupa was very special for Marbach: with the number of visitors reaching record levels. No previous drupa had more visitors at the Marbach stand than in 2016.
Marbach has continuously expanded its services in the past year. The newest member of the Marbach service family is the Marbach Performance Boost package. By which, Marbach supports its consulting service which makes its own process know-how available to its customers and thereby significantly increasing their productivity during the die-cutting process.