Eminence Business Media

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Friday, July 3, 2020

Birografika MB purchases and installs their first MPS flexo press

Birografika MB in Serbia purchased and installed their first MPS flexo press, an 8-colour EFS 430 multi-substrate press. The deal was signed at Labelexpo Europe 2019. The newly installed MPS EFS 430 flexo press was chosen as an extension of Birografika’s current capacity, with a primary purpose for longer runs of high quality films, such as wrap-around labels and shrink sleeves. The printer is located in Subotica, Serbia.  Founded in 1920 as Birografika Subotica, the printing house transformed into Birografika MB in 2006 as a trading company to successfully secure the well-known brand and employees, which led to their success as a leading printer today.

The company’s main activity is the production of printed materials (flexible packaging and labels) with comprehensive services and equipment in flexo, digital and offset printing. Birografika takes pride in supplying large print orders, customization to meet customer needs, and boasts a number of reputable references in all sectors.

The sale was led by Aleksandar Borisavljevic, MPS representative in the region, and Sebastiaan Rakhorst, MPS Area Sales Manager. Milan Nikoletic, General Manager of Birografika said: “We chose MPS because of their reputation of high quality machines and great productivity. Time is money, and service must leave an impression. These are two things we always keep in mind; MPS is the supplier that fits this vision perfectly.” The deal between Birografika and MPS was signed at Labelexpo Europe 2019, marking one of the twelve presses sold by MPS at the show.

With a tag line “Operator Focused, Results Driven” that leads MPS, the company designs and builds printing presses for the label and flexible packaging industry. During the design of the machine we ask ourselves: “What does it take for printing presses to really deliver in quality and productivity? It’s the people behind the controls. That is why MPS puts the operator first,” said an official spokesman.