The Heilbronn-based die-maker and material supplier Marbach is in the starting blocks and awaits the start of FachPack 2018. On September 25, this important meeting place for the packaging industry will open its doors. More than 40,000 visitors are expected in Nuremberg during the three days of the fair. Marbach will present its innovations from the area of die-cutting technology at booth 612 in hall 7. And will of course also take along materials for packaging manufacturers and die-makers from Marbach Die Supplies.
Marbach Head of Business Development, Jan Brunner: "The performance of our customers is our highest priority. That's why we're not only presenting our portfolio of die-cutting technology at FachPack, but also the appropriate materials. Both for die-cutting and for packaging manufacturers. For maximum performance for all our customers."
To give customers a better overview of the large materials portfolio, Marbach produced a new materials catalog at the beginning of the year. It contains all important consumables and spare parts that packaging manufacturers need for set-up and make-ready, die-cutting, stripping and blanking. Brunner continues: "The catalog is now available in 5 languages and is already very popular with our customers."
Marbach warmly invites all interested parties to its booth 612 in hall 7 and looks forward to receiving a large number of visitors.
For several months now Marbach has been offering a new technology in its portfolio under the name of: Universal Sheet Delivery. After the great success of the Universal Sheet Delivery in the 102-106 format, Marbach now also offers this tool for large die-cutting machines in 142-145 format.
The Egyptian subsidiary Marbach celebrates its 25th anniversary. The Marbach Group was founded in 1923 as a 3-man business. To begin with it supplied mainly the domestic advertising and packaging industry. Marbach then began a process of internationalization in 1984. In 1995 Marbach started a joint venture in Egypt.
The Managing Partner of the Marbach Group, Peter Marbach, has donated an internal bonus to the Wartberg School.