Tecnau launches Tecnau Germany

“Tecnau Deutschland” opened on 1 January 2021

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Stephan Klier, managing director, Tecnau Germany

Tecnau recently announced the launch of Tecnau Germany starting January 1st, 2021. Together with its well-established distributors, BÖWE Systec and G. Holzer, “Tecnau Deutschland” provides a new array of digital print finishing possibilities to the market. Stephan Klier, who joined Tecnau at the beginning of the year, has been appointed as managing director of Tecnau Germany.

Over the last five years, we experienced continuous steady growth in the market, both in the traditional transactional segment, as well as in commercial print and publishing,” stated Stefano De Marco, managing director at Tecnau. “We strongly believe in the potential that digital print can provide, and with a localized team of experts in digital finishing, we aim to provide a stronger, closer, and faster support to assist our customers from both a sales and service perspective.”

Tecnau is ready to provide dedicated and tailor-made finishing solutions for the highly demanding, widespread, and diversified German market. The Tecnau portfolio ranges from the cost-effective and space-efficient B2+ sheetfed cut and stack finishing solution, Stack 1212, to fully automated and integrated book-on-demand systems, with a special mention of the recently introduced Revolution 50 series of cut & stack solutions for reliable, continuous, non-stop production as required in today’s most demanding digital print environments.

With a deep focus on customers’ needs and a close cooperation with our partners, we want to ensure a strong presence in the market to support every digital print application. Through coordinated use of our joint expertise – on-site, in engineering, or after-sales – we will provide valuable input and generate real added value for partners and customers,” concluded Stephan Klier.

Tecnau is a leading provider of pre-and post-finishing solutions for high-performance digital printing systems with production sites in Italy, Sweden, and the USA.

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