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MPS and Etirama Form Strategic Alliance

Article-MPS and Etirama Form Strategic Alliance

MPS and Etirama both manufacturers of narrow web label and packaging presses have announced a cooperation for the production and development of a new flexo printing machine for the label printing industry.

Both companies have identified an increasing demand for a cost effective servo driven flexo printing machine. The new machine will be built to the highest International standards and will be sold world wide.

The two companies are convinced that by joining forces they are able to design and manufacturer the most cost effective servo driven flexo machines available in the market today. Production will take place at Etirama where MPS will be responsible for the integration of some already very well known MPS innovations.

MPS is the world’s fastest growing manufacturer of narrow web label and
packaging printing presses and have installed over 250 fully servo driven printing presses throughout the world printing self-adhesive labels and monofilm packaging. MPS is seen as one of the leading innovators in the narrow web printing market and are renowned for their durability and effective value for money.

Etirama is a producer of flexographic machines, flatbed machines, and accessories,
With almost 10 years in the market and with 40 years of experience, they are the biggest narrow web flexographic machine producer in the Southern Hemisphere.

Located in Sorocaba city – SP – Brasil, Etirama produces over 100 machines/year. The company is equipped with modern CNC machines, an experienced assembly staff and sophisticated project management and engineering.

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