Marbach Werkzeugbau (Tool Manufacturing) exhibited at the Plastics & Rubber trade fair in Indonesia for the fourth time. This took place from 15th to 18th November 2017 in Jakarta.
Together with its service and sales partner Global Metal Technology, Marbach rented a 21 m2 stand in the German Pavilion.
During the four days of the fair, many visitors came to the Marbach stand. Most of the visitors came from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. A number of technical discussions were held, which have established a good basis for future business activities.
Martin Dörr, Area Sales Manager at Marbach: "The traditional water cup market in Indonesia is currently undergoing restructuring. This is reflected in the diversification of its packaging spectrum. At Plastics & Rubber we were able to provide new impulses and position ourselves well for future tasks in the Indonesian market with our ideas such as the Turner ".
On-site service with partner Global Metal Technology is an important factor for Marbach's sales success. This was proven once again at Plastics & Rubber.
Marbach has been offering training courses at its academy for almost 2 years. Under the motto "Marbach Academy. More knowledge. More skills." Marbach teaches important know-how about die-cutting packaging in practice-oriented training courses. Marbach held numerous training courses in 2019.
Marbach has recently expanded its production capacity in Poland. In addition to two already established plants in Tarnowskie Góry and Kielce, another plant in Poznan has become part of the globally active Marbach Group since September 2019.
Marbach is known for its manufacture of tools for the production of packaging. What is less well known is that Marbach also offers high-precision tools for a wide range of technical requirements.
Marbach has responded to the increasing demand for its die-cutting platen cleaning device by launching a revised version into the market. With this, it is now possible to clean machines where previously the Marbach machine could not be used due to lack of space.