Jetmark to distribute Hasler Solutions in Australia

Pictured above: (l-r) Craig Hornsey, Marc Hasler and David Hornsey

Printers and printing products distributor Jetmark will be bringing Hasler Solutions’ automatic cutting products to Australia as the former looks to expand its reach into the region.

The distribution deal was announced at the recent FESPA Munich tradeshow.

Hasler Solutions managing director Marc Hasler told Sprinter, “We were looking for a partner in Australia as it’s far away from where we’re located (in Spain). We’ve started the contract with Jetmark as we see them as a competitive and competent company with good technicians.

“Through the Jetmark distribution deal, we’ve installed our biggest machine with scanning capabilities in Melbourne. We’ve also got another installation on the way, also in Melbourne, of a slightly smaller machine.

“All this is possible only with a good, local partner.”

Jetmark managing director Craig Hornsey said, “The Hasler deal, for us, was a no brainer. Marc has such a long-standing experience in the industry that has allowed him to build machines that are better than anything else. That can be seen in the machines’ productivity abilities.

“It’s not just about cutting speed – there are so many more elements to cutting and the speed of a knife blade. With the page scanner, there is opportunity for up to five to six times faster speed than any other machine in the market.

“And with a lot of demand locally for faster turnaround times, automation is key and Hasler Solutions delivers on not only automation but also cost, turnaround times, quality and consistency.”

Hasler Solutions’ machines are fully produced in Spain, with 80 per cent to 90 per cent of its parts coming from Germany. The company has been in operation for nearly 15 years and has produced its own machines since 2019.

“We use German components and the structure of our machines is done locally on our site in Spain. This lets us keep labour costs down, which results in more economic machines,” Hasler said.

According to Hasler, the company had plans to make its business more international following its direction to produce its own machines, but that was the point that COVID caused lockdowns globally.

However, that didn’t dampen Hasler’s spirits, and the company continued to sell machines through phone orders.  

“During COVID itself, we managed to install 50 machines worldwide – we have machines in Australia, Canada, Qatar, US, and Europe. I think we did quite well given the circumstances. And last year, our sales were 70 per cent more than the year before. Whoever is investing in Hasler is investing in their future,” Hasler added.

Watch the video of Marc Hasler at FESPA Munich showcasing one of Hasler Solutions’ machines below:

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