Marbach, the globally active specialist for thermoforming tools for the packaging industry, supplies its customers with tools with the best performance. But not only the Marbach technologies are innovative: the company's website is also worth seeing. It has recently been revised and is now characterized by even more user-friendliness and more detailed information.
Hubert Kittelmann, Sales Manager at Marbach: "After the current website was launched in 2016 and received a facelift in between, we have updated the structure of the site this year. From now on, the thermoforming section is even more clearly structured and divided even more transparently: visitors can enter via different paths. The "Your application" area provides an overview of the end products that can be manufactured with our thermoforming tools. From cups to trays and lids to special applications. The individual categories are again structured according to the final end products. Our customers recognize themselves exactly in these products. On the corresponding subpages, there is a wide range of information on their product properties and the special technologies with which these can be achieved."
There is a wealth of information on the new Marbach website on end products such as OEM drinking cups, dairy cups, coffee capsules, multi-chamber trays, various lids and other applications. In the "Our Solution" section, the toolmaker then presents different tools, technologies, solution approaches and service offerings.
Kittelmann continues: "With this structure, we want to provide our website visitors with a simple tool through which they can obtain extensive information."
More information is available at: www.marbach.com/en/thermoforming
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