2 KBA Rapida 162a 4 colour offset presses delivered to a print-shop which was burned-out completely

Macrolibros was totally burned to the ground november 14th 2015
Macrolibros was totally burned to the ground november 14th 2015

The unfortunate company Macro Libros was totally burned-out November 14th 2015. Their total production capacity was lost in one day. It was not only terrible for the 148 employees of the company risking to lose their jobs. Also Macro Libros’ customers were waiting for their orders they already had placed. The future was very uncertain at that moment.

Situation after the fire

First of all luckily there were no victims. However, all production capacity was lost. Since they use very large and highly specialized equipment, availability was an issue. It was necessary to gain enough capacity to get the production up and running. The capacity was needed to meet the deadline for the upcoming spring. A large quantity of schoolbooks had to be printed and be ready for the next school year.

Fast delivery of 2 KBA Rapida 162a 4 colour offset machines by Mekes Graphic Machinery

Because of Mekes’ expertise, Macro Libros was able to recover quickly and to start producing again. To start, two offset presses were delivered by Mekes. These 2 KBA Rapida  162a 4 color offset presses could replace 6 destroyed machines. They keep the same production capacity as the 6 machines, which were destroyed by the fire. The 2 KBA Rapida  162a 4 color offset presses  are more modern and have more options. The equipment was delivered and installed by Mekes Graphic Machinery.

Custom solution

2 KBA Rapida 162a 4 colour offset presses delivered to a print-shop which was burned-out completely
Koenig & Bauer Fast 162a 4 color offset

We are happy that we could help Macro Libros in this way. Due to our experience and skills we could act very quickly. Within a few months from now, they are at full capacity as before the tragedy. And maybe even more important, all employees can return to their jobs. Not a single person has lost his or her job. Macro Libros even ordered a new range of machinery scheduled for January 2017.

The original post of the daily newspaper El Norte de Castilla can be viewed here:

http://www.elnortedecastilla.es/valladolid/201604/18/maquinas-vuelven–rugir–macrolibros-20160414212415.htm