Print & Pack Australia and New Zealand, a supplier of packaging, printing and converting equipment, will soon discontinue its engagement with Komori Corporation acquired MBO Group and Herzog & Heymann (H&H).
MBO is a folding technology company and H&H is a subsidiary of MBO Postpress Solutions, with its main market including signature folding.
Print & Pack Australia & New Zealand managing director Carsten Wendler advised that the deal will cease as of 31 August upon request by the MBO Group.
He added that by that date, all service and spares requests will be referred back to MBO and H&H in Germany.
Wendler mentioned that the move allows Print & Pack to focus on its core strengths of print and packaging.
“It allows both parties to focus on their core strengths. Print & Pack will have then completely disengaged from the Bindery market and can now on the print and packaging sector,” he said.
“MBO will announce in due course how it envisions to service its client base in Australia and New Zealand.
“Both companies have enjoyed a beneficial partnership for several decade’s but due to structural changes and demand it was MBO’s wish to explore a different approach.”
Customers will be able to contact MBO and H&H for assistance at the links below:
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