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Dantex Group celebrates multiple anniversary milestones

Packaging Solutions


In a series of celebratory events, Dantex Group has proudly marked several important milestones for its subsidiaries in Germany, Poland and France, highlighting decades of innovation, growth and commitment to excellence in the printing industry.

 

In a recent celebration, Dantex's German subsidiary commemorated its 30th anniversary with a dinner at the historic Auerbach Castle in Bensheim, attended by the entire team and group directors. Since its foundation in 1994 with a modest team of five, the German branch has flourished, establishing itself as a leading supplier of Toray photopolymer plates for high end label printing. The subsidiary now employs around 30 professionals and has significantly expanded its product range to include Aquaflex printing plates and UV inkjet digital presses, among others, reinforcing its status as a comprehensive system provider.

 


Meanwhile, Dantex Poland celebrated 25 years of presence in Niepruszewo, near Poznan. In 1998, Dantex started operations in Poland with a small office selling Torelief photopolymer plates and one dedicated salesman. With the Torelief plates very quickly gaining recognition for their quality and effectiveness, the company decided to open its own office, becoming a serious player in the Polish market. The can industry, in particular, embraced the new product and service quality, resulting in rapid expansion. Since 2010, Dantex Poland has expanded its offer to include the manufacture of printing sleeves - a service in which they pride themselves on providing their customers with exceptional quality and value. The Polish operation now employs 30 highly skilled and committed employees.

 

Dantex France has also marked a quarter century of successful operations, highlighted by the pivotal leadership of Marc Fiadino, general manager, who in addition, celebrates his 25th anniversary with the group. The French subsidiary's journey began with ambition and faced challenges but has since evolved into a successful enterprise. Today, Dantex France offers a wide range of products, including the latest digital printing systems like PicoColour and PicoJet, demonstrating the company's dedication to innovation and customer service.

 

CEO Ben Danon said, ‘These anniversaries are not just milestones but testaments to the enduring vision and hard work of our entire team across Europe. Our journey from modest beginnings to becoming a major player in the printing industry, underscores our commitment to excellence, innovation and our customers. As we celebrate these achievements, we look forward to continuing our legacy of growth and innovation in the years to come.’

 

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