Marbach has recently been offering a new technology, which focuses on the embossing of small print runs. With its polymar embossing plates, Marbach has been offering a quickly available, and at the same time inexpensive solution for embossing small quantities. The first customer orders have already been produced and look very promising. A new technology with enormous potential.
Marbach project manager Jonas Schubert: "polymar is specially designed for short runs. Its advantage is that it is quickly available and produces very good 2D embossing results. If you would like to see the quality of our new embossing solution for yourself, please feel free to request packaging samples at email@example.com."
Marbach has clearly defined the target group for his new technology: the polymar plates are aimed at customers who do not want to forego embossing even for short runs.
Marbach Werkzeugbau is looking forward to the upcoming K fair in Düsseldorf. This will take place from 16 to 23 October 2019. Marbach will be represented with a 94 m² stand and will present its new products to the visitors of this important plastics fair.
Marbach will take part in the Night of Apprenticeship in Heilbronn on the 26th of September 2019. On this day young people will be able to experience Marbach under the motto "Pack the world. With an apprenticeship at Marbach." Potential apprentices will be able to inform themselves about apprenticeships and studies offered at Marbach and also get to know the company.
Marbach is currently working intensively on the topics of digitalization and industry 4.0. Marbach is also focusing on the digitalization of industrial processes. One step resulting from this project is changing invoicing from postal to digital. As of 01 August 2019, the majority of german Marbach customers will receive their invoices by email.
In its Marbach Die Supplies & Automation division Marbach supplies machines, equipment and materials for die-making and printshops. With the robogrip, Marbach has a rule puller in its portfolio which proves itself to be an effective helper at the die-cutting machine.