Contiweb Announces Operation As An Independent Company


The formalisation of the independence of Contiweb, which coincides with its 40th anniversary, sees Contiweb further cement its position as a leader in web offset solutions and continue to enhance its offering in the digital market as well as the label and packaging sector.

Previously a subsidiary of Goss International, which has now merged with manroland web systems, Contiweb will continue to operate under ownership of American Industrial Partners (AIP), an investment company focused on building middle market industrial companies.

‘We are excited to be celebrating this double milestone,’ said Bert Schoonderbeek, managing director at Contiweb. ‘Beyond enabling us to continue to develop cutting-edge solutions that provide the best answer to our customers’ challenges, this new direction will also allow us to drive brand awareness across the globe and form close partnerships with our customers, suppliers and our diverse group of OEM partners, including Goss and manroland.

‘Over the past 40 years, we have built a reputation as a frontrunner in web offset thanks to our innovative result-led solutions. These include the Contiweb Ecoset dryer that provides our customers with production reliability with incredible energy efficiency, and more recently, the Contiweb Thallo web offset packaging press. With the flexible packaging market continuing to grow at a steady pace, we believe that the press’ distinctive production capabilities will play a vital role in expanding our customer base and fortifying our foothold within this sector.’

Over four decades, Contiweb has developed a wide range of business-enhancing tools and services to optimise productivity and propel the competitiveness of its customers’ operations. These include a global 24-hour parts delivery and help desk, providing customers with around-the-clock service to maintain uptime and increase throughput.

Commenting on the impact that Contiweb’s independence will have on customers, Rutger Jansen, director of sales at Contiweb, explained, ‘This announcement sees our service and communication channel remain unchanged for both existing and new customers. We will continue to liaise directly with European and American businesses and strengthen our relationships with customers beyond this region via the creation of a global sales and service network.’

Comprising of well-established print suppliers, the network will continue to drive sales of Contiweb’s innovative web offset, digital, label and packaging and web finishing solutions as well as provide customers with comprehensive support and training.

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