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Brandtjen & Kluge at drupa 2012

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Brandtjen & Kluge, a leading international provider of foil stamping, embossing, and diecutting presses along with folding and gluing systems, is set to exhibit at Drupa booth 11D22  in Dusseldorf, Germany May 3 -16, 2012.  Live demonstrations will feature the Kluge EHG press foil stamping a large foil area on a 20x26 poster. In addition, a Kluge ComFold system will be used to convert two different applications.  Kluge equipment is known worldwide for its rugged durability and flexibility to produce a wide range of applications.  Kluge equipment is used to add value to products in the commercial printing, packaging, and mailing industries. 

The Kluge EHG is a 22x30 platen foil stamping, embossing and diecutting press.  Since the EHG’s first installation in 2008, companies in over 10 different countries have placed their confidence in the EHG to deliver high quality foil stamping, embossing and diecutting. The Kluge ComFold is a modular folding and gluing system that is part of the OmniFold platform of folding and gluing solutions.  Since its introduction in 2007, the OmniFold series has become the industry leader for speed, flexibility and quality in its class. 

“We are pleased that so many companies continue to consider Kluge foil stamping, embossing and diecutting presses as the “workhorses” of the industry,” said Michael Aumann, CEO, at Brandtjen and Kluge.  “With the rapid expansion of our newest platform of folding and gluing systems, these two product lines firmly place Kluge as a recognized leader in the specialty print finishing market.”


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