Management change at Matti

Thomas Amrein has taken over ownership of Matti Technology AG. The company develops, designs, manufactures and markets integrated solutions for high-speed digital print.

This change follows the upcoming retirement of the previous owner, Dr Dieter Woschitz in 2017, who will support and advise the company during the next two years.

Amrein is an electrical engineer and an economist and has held positions in research, development and commercial functions at national and international SME’s and enterprises in the B2B area.

Most of the 25 staff have a degree in engineering. The company was founded in 1995 by Max Matti but taken over in 2005 by Woschitz, who developed the company into a market leading integrator of digital printing machines. In 2014 the company partnered with Bielomatik to develop  a new digital press, the PageMaster. This prints at speeds up to 300 meters per minute and produces personalised backstitched products with varying formats and page numbers. The PageMaster delivers true inline production “from the white roll to the final product”.





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