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Gallus partners with Matho for waste handling

May 22, 2014

Gallus will represent Matho sales in the USA as well as provide consultation, aftermarket services and parts.

Gallus, Inc., the US-based branch of Swiss press manufacturer The Gallus Group, has formed a strategic alliance with Matho Konstruktion & Maschinenbau GmbH. The partnerhsip is aimed at providing Gallus' North American customers new, cost effective options for their waste material handling.

Located in Ellwangen Germany, Matho manufactures high quality cutting units and waste handling systems for the print and packaging industry. Gallus will represent Matho sales in the USA as well as provide consultation, aftermarket services and parts to support the equipment from its headquarters in Philadelphia, PA.


Matthias Thor, Matho sales manager (left) with Brian Bishop, president of Gallus, Inc. at the Gallus demo room in Philadelphia, PA.
Brian Bishop, president of Gallus, Inc., comments, ""By adding Matho waste handling equipment to our portfolio, we can better assist our customers on a wider range of print shop solutions. Our strong aftermarket service base will support Matho in North America, a key element in assuring our customers' success with this new line."

Matho's sales manager, Matthias Thor, says, "In addition to providing cutting units with different sizes and type of construction, we support our customers with complete waste extraction systems, spare parts, consumables, used equipment and services, and extensive training programs."

For information on the company's products, go to  http://www.gallususa.com/matho-main.html.

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