The efficiencies of the lean production process and resulting lead time reduction will make it possible to build an increased number of presses simultaneously in multiple assembly lines. Environment-friendly and energy-saving measures such as LED lightning and heat-recovery are also incorporated in the design. For example, hot air produced from cooling installations is reused for heating, and exhaust is frequency controlled to prevent unnecessary exhaust ventilation.
The underlying philosophy of the rebranding strategy is MPS’s commitment to help customers excel by providing extensive knowledge, world-class service and product innovation to enhance the printing process.
The MPS corporate rebranding strategy unfolding in the coming months communicates a clear and uniform message of what MPS has achieved so far and its commitment to the future, with the integration of the following key elements:
• Printing productivity: Customers will achieve productivity in the printing process and in the final printed product when using MPS flexo and offset press solutions. Productivity is the ultimate result of the MPS operator-friendly press technology and service.
• Core values: Solution-oriented, courage, high-quality, passion and attentiveness are core values of MPS.
• Operator focused, results driven: MPS designs presses to enhance the talents of operators and enable them to maximise their efficiencies and print jobs that meet and surpass the performance expected in today’s label and flexible packaging market.
‘The next few months will be an exciting milestone in the history of MPS,’ comments CEO Wim van de Bosch. ‘With years of proven success, the combination of new headquarters and corporate identity communicates our commitment to our customers, the narrow-web print industry, and future growth goals at an international level.’