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Mutoh Europe nv

Mutoh Belgium nv
Type Business unit
Industry Electronics
Founded August 1990
Key people Akio Kotake , Managing Director
Products Printers, plotters
Employees 45 (As of November, 2011)
Website Mutoh Belgium nv

Mutoh Belgium nv is a business unit of Mutoh Holdings Co. Ltd.

Corporate message

“Creation : We make it happen”

Business Summary

Mutoh Belgium Company Background

  • 1987 : Mutoh Deutschland GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany
  • 1992 : Local Manufacturing pencil Plotters and scribers at Mutoh Belgium
  • 1994 : Introduction cutting plotters
  • 1997 : Introduction of Falcon RJ-800 CAD printers
  • 1999 : Introduction of Albatros PJ-1304 solvent printers
  • 2001 : Factory extension phase 2
  • 2002 : Introduction of eco-solvent printers
  • 2004 : Factory extension phase 3
  • 2005 : Introduction mild solvent printers
  • 2006 : i² - Intelligent Interweaving technology
  • 2008 : Zephyr UV printer
  • 2008 : Acquisition of Sesoma & Sericomex Group
  • 2009 : Introduction Kona cutting plotters
  • 2010 : Expansion textile / sublimation portfolio
  • 2011 : Introduction of a new series of garment pattern marking / cutting plotters, called Kona Apparel
  • 2011 : Mutoh Belgiums announces the layoff of 124 employees; 45 employees will remain.
  • 2012 : Extended ValueJet line for Sign & Display, Indoor & Digital Transfer and Direct Textile applications
  • 2013 : Introduction ValueCut cutting plotters
  • 2013 : Introduction ValueJet 1617H (Mutoh's first Sign & Display printer equipped with white inks)
  • 2014 : Introduction ValueJet 1638X & ValueJet 1638WX with DropMaster technology
  • 2014 : Introduction ValueJet LED UV printers (ValueJet 426UF & ValueJet 1626UH)

Mutoh Belgium Working Area

  • 1991 : original new building = 5003 m²
  • 2001 : first big expansion = 5572 m²
  • 2004 : second big expansion = 4354 m²

External link to download a report about Mutoh Belgium. Click here.

Mutoh Belgium Products

Mutoh Belgium nv are a subsidiary of Mutoh Holdings Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan (TYO : 7999 “MUTOH”). Founded in 1991, the company’s activities encompass technical & commercial marketing EMEA, sales, product support, after-sales service, warehousing & logistics EMEA and distribution of Mutoh's CAD/CAS hardware (professional sign cutting plotters and large-format full-colour piezo printers for CAD, commercial inkjet printing, sign and soft sign applications).

Mutoh products are distributed via a wide network of authorised Mutoh resellers in the EMEA territory through Mutoh Belgium, Mutoh Deutschland and Mutoh North Europe

Mutoh’s Large-format printer printers & sign cutting plotters for Sign & Display, Specialty / Industrial, Indoor & Digital Transfer and Direct Textile applications encompass Eco Ultra / UMS printers (ValueJet 628, ValueJet 1324, ValueJet 1624, ValueJet 1638X & ValueJet 2638), LED UV printers (ValueJet 426UF & ValueJet 1626UH), MP11 printer (ValueJet 1617H), direct textile printers (ValueJet TD), Indoor & dye sublimation printers (DrafStation RJ-900X & ValueJet 1624W/1638WX/2638 Dye Sub printers) and sign cutting plotters (ValueCut family).

Mutoh Belgium external links

  • Mutoh Belgium nv website
  • Print technology including Intelligent Interweaving and DropMaster
  • Mutoh Belgium nv LinkedIn
  • Mutoh Belgium nv Facebook
  • Mutoh Belgium nv Twitter
  • Mutoh Belgium nv YouTube
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