Windmöller & Hölscher KG Maschinenfabrik

Postfach 1660, 49516 Lengerich
Münsterstr. 50, 49525 Lengerich
Germany
Telephone +49 5481 14-0
Fax +49 5481 14-2649
info@wuh-group.com

This company is main exhibitor of

Location

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drupa 2016 hall map (Hall 15): stand A41-1, stand A41-2

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drupa 2016 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  prepress/print
  • 01.08  Flexographic printing machines
  • 01.08.015  Wide-web flexographic printing machines

Wide-web flexographic printing machines

  • 01  prepress/print
  • 01.08  Flexographic printing machines
  • 01.08.020  Narrow-web flexographic printing machines

Narrow-web flexographic printing machines

  • 01  prepress/print
  • 01.10  Gravure printing machines
  • 01.10.010  Web-fed gravure printing machines

Web-fed gravure printing machines

  • 03  postpress/converting/packaging
  • 03.02  converting
  • 03.02.105  Bag and pouch making machines

Bag and pouch making machines

  • 03  postpress/converting/packaging
  • 03.02  converting
  • 03.02.190  Sack making machines

Sack making machines

Our products

Product category: Wide-web flexographic printing machines

Miraflex A

The new MIRAFLEX A is the ideal supplement to the W&H range of MIRAFLEX printing presses. Available for printing widths from 820 to 1450 mm and a maximum repeat length of 800 mm, its main applications include the printing of plastic film, paper and laminates. Both long and short run lengths can be produced highly economically.The MIRAFLEX AM is designed for a maximum speed of 400 m/min and available with 8 or 10 colour decks.

Robust design, smart technology and top quality engineering give maximum output and a short return on investment.

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Product category: Wide-web flexographic printing machines

Novoflex C

The NOVOFLEX C is a direct drive high-performance central impression (C.I.) flexographic printing press with sleeve technology. Designed for printing at speeds up to 600 m/min, the machine is geared to meet the highest demands in flexible packaging printing.

The main press section of the NOVOFLEX C excels with the following features:

compact closed-frame design with a low-vibration
cast iron construction
satellite positioning of colour decks for perfect ink transfer
good accessibility
all supply and drive components are installed on the machine's drive side
high-precision colour decks

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Product category: Wide-web flexographic printing machines

Vistaflex C

Central impression flexographic printing press for wide webs, long print repeats and high output featuring the revolutionary mandrel and sleeve handling concept.

The VISTAFLEX CL direct drive flexo press is available with 8 or 10 color decks for print lengths of up to 1250 mm (49.2”) and widths of up to 1650 mm (65”) and prints at a maximum speed of 800 m/min (2624ft/min).

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About us

Company details

Windmöller & Hölscher KG (W&H), based in Lengerich/Westfalen,Germany, is an engineering company and international market leader in the field of machinery and equipment for flexible packaging.

Backed by 16 production, service, and sales units in 15 countries, the family enterprise generates more than 80 per cent of turnover from export business. With a staff of 2200 world-wide, 2011 sales were over 500 million Euros.

With its extensive product range encompassing individual machines as well as overall system solutions for Extrusion, Printing, and Conversion, W&H serves the world-wide market of flexible package industries. Another customer group includes manufacturers and contract packaging operations for bulk goods such as fertilizers, petrochemicals, salts, etc., serving their respective segments with W&H bagging systems.

The company was founded in Lengerich/Westfalen in 1869 by Gottfried Windmöller and Hermann Hölscher for the purpose of making cornucopias (triangle-shaped bags) and pharmaceutical capsules by hand. In 1877, they developed the first machine for making cornucopias, and one year later launched the commercial engineering and manufacture of machinery. With the construction of paper sack machines in 1927, the company attained market leadership in this sector and has maintained it ever since. In 1948, the manufacturing program was extended by adding printing machines, followed by plastic film converting equipment in 1967. Today, W&H offers not only individual machines, but also complete production lines consisting of machines that are perfectly matched in regard to material flow and process automation. Turn-key factories for the packaging industry are also part of W&H's business line.

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Company data

Sales volume

> 500 Mio US $

Export content

> 75%

Number of employees

1000-4999

Foundation

1869