Mechanical engineering companies
Print shops and the packaging industry
Banknote and security printers
Paper mills
Suction heads and sidelays

Company history

1946:     Foundation of MABEG

1947:     First sheet feeder for sheet-fed printing presses

1971:     Delivery of the 25,000th MABEG sheet feeder

1991 to 2003:  Part of the manroland Group

1998:     Integration of the product portfolio of Georg Spiess GmbH

2006 to 2010:  MABEG Machinery (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
The company was sold in 2010, and there is no link to the company any more.

2007:     Licensor for sheet feeders for Japanese printing press manufacturers

2009:     Start-up of MABEG Systems GmbH

2011:     Activities in new markets, e.g. digital printing:
Participation in the Hunkeler InnovationDays 2011
Opening of showroom for MABEG inspection lines and printing systems
Worldwide expansion of the MABEG sales network through distribution agencies

2012:     drupa 2012: Presentation of innovative machines and introduction of new technologies
Certification as officially recognised known consignor by the German Federal Aviation Authority (LBA)

2013:     Cooperation as OEM supplier in the digital printing sector

2014:     Sales partner for SCODIX: digital print converting

2016:     “drupa 2016 – there from the start”
Inspection lines for banknote printing machines and banknote paper manufacturers

Technological milestones

Many of today's standard technologies were developed and introduced to the market by MABEG. We still utilise these technologies today.

1956:     Introduction of the first non-stop sheet feeder

1977:     New development presented at drupa: Suction feed board

1978:     Electronic double sheet detector

1990:     Introduction of the high-speed sheet feeder for Roland 700

2002:     New generation of MABEG RS 104 reel sheeters

2004:     New development: MABEG STS Sheet Transportation System

2006:     The latest generation of the RS reel sheeter family for medium-size sheets à is the world leader in automation and reliability

2010:     New MSF 10 family of large-size sheet feeders 1,650 x 2,500 mm

2012:     New developments presented at drupa:

  • SharkStack – high-performance sheet stacker
    specially designed for digital printing
  • MABEG NewTec – the new suction head technology
  • 50 % more energy efficient
  • Freely programmable timing 
  • A new dimension in speed

MABEG ClassicFeed – a new name for the tried and tested suction head technology

2016:     NewTec suction head technology introduced by OEM at drupa
Reel sheeter with register cut based on watermarks

2017: MABEG MSP 54 launched as the new platform for inspection and sorting, sheet coding and serialisation as well as track-and-trace technologies for the half-size format.
High-performance sheet stacker MST 2 for small-size formats

1946
Foundation of MABEG
1956
MABEG factory I in Offenbach a.M.
1967
Opening MABEG factory II in Mörfelden
1971
25.000 MABEG sheet feeders delivered
1991
-2004: part of manroland group
1995
Integration product range of Georg SPIESS GmbH
2009
Founding MABEG Systems Mörfelden­Walldorf
2014
MABEG becomes sales agency for SCODIX in Germany
2016
MABEG celebrates it's 70th year of existence
1947
First MABEG sheet feeder for sheet fed printing presses
1956
First Nonstop sheet feeder
1965
First MABEG double sheet control
1960
MABEG Jupiter sheet feeder for varnishing machine
1977
Innovation: suction tapes feed board
1978
Electronic double sheet detection
1990
Introduction of high-speed sheet feeder for Roland 700
1994
MABEG/SPIESS RB70 reel sheeter
2002
Reel sheeter: new generation
2006
New generation for ReelSheeter RS
2004
Novelty: MABEG Sheet Transportation System STS
2011
Partner at Hunkeler innovation-days
2012
Innovations: NewTec and stacker for digital print
2010
New feeder generation MSF 10 for large format
2016
ReelSheeter with register cut by using watermark
2017
MSP 54 for half­size format
2017
High performance sheet stacker for smaller sizes
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