40 years of serving the printing industry
In 1981 TRESU embarked on its journey as a subcontractor to several different industries – including the printing industry – and today TRESU celebrates its 40th anniversary, highlighting its passion, determination, and team spirit.
Global networkServing globally leading brands in the printing and packaging industries worldwide, TRESU supports its customers from the headquarters in Denmark, from the sales offices in China, Japan, Italy, Germany, the USA, and by working together with a wide network of agents across the world.
TRESU marks the 40th anniversary by commemorating its past, celebrating its present and looking ahead to a future of continued innovation by sharing its history – to the benefit of customers, suppliers, and colleagues worldwide. “Over the past 40 years, TRESU has earned the respect and recognition of an industry with a centuries-old history. We’ve earned that through long-term customer relationships, through an unwavering technology focus, and through our commitment to customer success over time,“ says CEO Heidi Thousgaard Jorgensen. “We also owe our strong values and deep expertise to our customers. We’ve succeeded in becoming the company we are today because we cultivate strong partnerships.”
Today TRESU is building lifecycle partnerships extending the performance of customers’ equipment.
TRESU’s multi-station inline flexo printing presses, high performance chamber doctor blade systems, ink- and coating supply systems installed in many OEM machines worldwide and machine upgrades and retrofits together with a complete portfolio of consumables and service offerings, are key parts of the lifecycle partnership they build together with their customers.
Technology milestonesSignificant technology milestones from the past four decades include superior engineered solutions such as pressure control, the efficient drying technology VelociDryer, and, in recent years, a pioneering role in viscosity control. TRESU’s team believes in designing and engineering all core technologies in-house to serve their customers with the best possible products and service.
“The demand for greener printed products with reduced waste and CO2 footprint also sets new demands on the printing process. We’ve kept pace with these developments through the years and in the future, we will continue to do so to an even greater extent,” explains Heidi Jorgensen. ”There are plenty of reasons to be optimistic about the future. We sharpen our expertise daily – both internally and with the customers, who believe in us, whether their challenges are of a technical nature or with sustainable production. We should be proud of the partnerships and solutions we have created and will create over the next 40 years.”www.tresu.com