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  • 16 Nov 2020

MPS adds Flexypack to its global agent network

MPS has appointed Flexypack as its local agent for Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Albania, Montenegro, and Macedonia

MPS has appointed Flexypack as its agent for Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Albania, Montenegro, and Macedonia to distribute and provide local service of the entire MPS portfolio in the region.

Founding partners of Flexypack Subotica, Sasa Papic and Aleksandar Borisavljevic, bring together over 50 years of label and flexible packaging printing experience, helping customers from process to production and future developments.

‘We have brought Flexypack on board to increase our service level in their appointed regions with local spare parts inventory, engineers, and applications specialists,’ said Sebastiaan Rakhorst, regional sales director for Central, South and East Europe at MPS. ‘MPS is very well-known and successful in Serbia, where the largest printers are MPS customers. Flexypack will provide valuable local support in Serbia and further increase MPS presence in the other growing neighboring countries.’

Flexypack will educate printers about the benefits of the new MPS Performance Program where continuous streaming data is collected and analyzed to better understand bottlenecks, benchmark, and to continuously improve the press performance.

‘MPS continues to provide a high level of support to our customers and global agents during the Covid-19 pandemic where on-site visits are not possible,’ commented Rakhorst. ‘In addition to online meetings and remote technical support and installations, we can also provide live press demonstrations with customer print samples.’

‘We consider MPS to be a dedicated and leading producer of printing machines with a long lifespan, high quality, and solid after-sales support,’ added Papic. ‘We look forward to increasing the MPS market share in our region.’

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