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Highcon Cooperates with Mayr-Melnhof Karton

Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Highcon is pleased to announce that the company has been working together with MM Karton to produce packages digitally cut and creased by the Highcon Euclid.

As part of the launch of the Highcon Euclid into the folding carton market, Highcon has been working with partners at every stage of the converting process to ensure smooth integration and running of the machine.

Quote from Miki Zimmer, COO and Co-founder of Highcon:

“The Mayr-Melnhof Group’s position as one of the world's leading manufacturers of both folding cartons and cartonboard made them a key partner for Highcon to work with to produce samples digitally cut and creased by the Euclid.  We are well aware that the company stands for quality and reliability, competence, innovations and packaging safety and so we are proud of the cooperation between our two companies.”

Quote from Horst Bittermann, Head of Mayr-Melnhof Karton Marketing:

“MM Karton's guiding principle has always been the sustainable and responsible production of high-quality folding boxboard and white lined chipboard, meeting on-going market requirements. Today dynamics show a clear trend towards digitally produced solutions. Reasons enough for MM Karton to proactively launch a pioneering product range for digital printing/converting such as MM Digicarton – an attractive FBB or MM Digicarton Eco – an environmentally friendly and cost efficient WLC.” 

Samples digitally cut and creased on MM Karton’s LINOPLEX can be seen at the Highcon booth at drupa 2012, Hall 4, B28.


For more information:

Contact at Highcon
Shelagh Hammer,

Contact at MM

Horst Bittermann

Contact at Bespoke



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