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  • 09 Jan 2020

Omet appoints new agent in Mexico

L-R: Pedro Huerta, Hans Ramon Hofmann and Cesar Dominguez from Manroland Latina with an OMET X6 machine

Omet has signed a collaboration agreement with Manroland Latina to increase its presence in Mexico and the region.

Italian manufacturer is following its growth strategy globally with the installation of narrow and medium web printing machines for labels and flexible packaging on all continents. With the aim strengthening its presence in Mexico, Omet signed the distribution agreement with Germany-based company that has been supplying the country with printing machines and related graphic arts equipment and consumables for more than 60 years.

‘OMET is a leader in the narrow web and mid web labels and packaging business providing the best available solutions to the market,’ said César Domínguez, general manager of Manroland Latina. ‘We are thrilled to create a new business unit for web fed labels and packaging in order to complete our present offering. We feel that their machines satisfy our very demanding requirements for quality and productivity. Both companies, Manroland Sheetfed and Omet share the same customer approach philosophy.’

‘I am really excited to get back to this beloved market with exceptional quality and technology machines,’ said Hans Ramón Hofmann, who will be heading the newly created business unit. ‘We will be able to compete at the highest level in this very demanding market with a low total cost of ownership and an excellent value for money product.’

Manroland Latina is a Mexican subsidiary for Manroland Sheetfed with 45 employees mainly in service, sales of equipment and consumables and administration, with presence in Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey. 


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