CUT. - 02.2018 - MOZART blades partner information

Dear MOZART friends and business partners.

Also in this issue we would like to dedicate the foreword to the steadily rising demand and the current delivery situation. 

Fortunately, the positive trend of 2017 continued and we were able to continue to increase our numbers disproportionately. This was mainly due to the introduction of a permanent second production shift, which was launched in May 2018 and has given us a significantly increased production output. Unfortunately, it was not possible to fill all the open positions in the production, as we are still looking for new colleagues on all channels and with the highest priority, it will be several months before new colleagues can be used productively. At the same time, we are optimizing parts of our production planning in order to ensure much better on-time delivery in the future. 

In the transition phase and until the availability of new colleagues, unfortunately, there is a significant increase in lead times due to a constantly increasing demand. This is affecting all product groups. We ask for your understanding, for the coordination of the dates and the adjustment of the delivery times, the sales team is at your disposal. 

We thank you very much for your patience and support!
Christian Klein, Sales Director - Peter Kamper, International Sales Manager



MOZART Marketing.
Shows, shows, shows!

At CINTE Techtextil in Shanghai in early September, Mozart, together with its Chinese distributor WeCut, presented its range of high-quality blades used in the production of technical textiles. The crowd was enormous and the mood - in spite of all the dark clouds on a global scale - very positive.
For the coming months, there will be more exciting trade fairs:

In Poland, Taropak (01.-04.10.2018 in Poznan) is THE trade fair for packaging and labeling. Mozart will exhibit there together with its Polish representative and will show its range of three-hole and similar blades for slitting and converting in particular.

Domotex in Hanover promises a cold kick start into the new year. From 11 to 14 January 2019 Mozart will attend the world's leading trade fair for floor coverings, and will show blades and tools for laying them. For the first time Mozart's new booth will be used - let us surprise you!

2019 will be the year of the biennial BAU in Munich (14.-19.01.2019), the world's leading trade fair for architecture and construction. Here, too, Mozart focuses on the range for flooring and similar trades.

After the Chinese edition mentioned above, the European edition of Techtextil, the world's leading trade fair for technical textiles, will take place from 14 to 17 May 2019 in Frankfurt.

The last fair before the summer break is the (in)famous ITMA (20.-26.06.2019 in Barcelona). It’s famous, because the fair is the undisputed number 1 for textile technology worldwide. And it’s infamous because it demands a lot of endurance from the Mozart team because of its duration and the enormous number of visitors… 



Sales structure for leather and shoe sector re-organized

Mozart's precision-cut knives and blades have been used very successfully for many years in the production and repair of shoes and other leather goods, e.g. in the manufacture of luxury shoes "made in Italy".

Mozart's long-standing customer TAN Company from Naples in Italy recently took over the exclusive distribution for Europe for this segment. Founded in 1902 and run in the fifth generation by Pasquale Totaro and his brother Sergio, the company is a leading wholesaler of professional tools and accessories for the production and repair of footwear and leather goods.

TAN has a broad international base and supplies customers in more than 40 countries. We are pleased to be able to supply our European customers faster and better with this strong partner! 




MOZART Staple Fiber Blades now with logo marking.

More and more MOZART products and packaging have been branded in recent years, so as to make clear at first glance the positioning as an original brand product. The packaging of the staple fiber blades was already adjusted 2 years ago, but the staple fiber blades themselves still had a neutral existence. This will be successively changed by punching our "M" logo on the most important staple fiber blades. 

This is possible for the following blade types: 

Mark IV (uncoated/coated)
Mark V (uncoated/coated)
Hercules (uncoated/coated)
Fleissner (uncoated/coated)
Of course, the position of the mark has been chosen not to interfere with the cutting process and the flow of the cut fibers. 

The purpose of this supplement is to help you, the user and us first and foremost to identify the blades as an original MOZART item, giving you additional security in the event of technical queries. Please don’t hesitate to get back to us with any question or concern you might have.



Jusky in Poland - a professional partner for professional cutting tools.

Quality attracts each other - as in the case of Mozart and Jusky. The company from Wrocław in Poland has been supplying industrial customers with professional cutting tools since 2004. For a few years now, the four-man team headed by Jacek Juszczak successfully features also the Mozart product range for precision cutting and deburring in its portfolio, supplying the plastics and automotive industries in particular.

The ISO 9001-certified company impresses with its expertise, advice, good service, innovative products and, last but not least, a friendly team - making it a perfect sales partner for Mozart.

Jusky, like Mozart, will be present at the Taropak Fair in Poznan at the beginning of October and is looking forward to your visit in hall 8 at booth 14 A!



GDPR implemented in time with an eye on handiness.

One topic that has been causing concern in recent months is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is valid throughout the EU from 25 May 2018 and must be implemented by all companies.

MOZART takes data protection very seriously and we therefore strive to protect the personal data of our business partners on all communication channels.Of course, we have geared our website to these new regulations. These include, above all, the adjustments to the privacy policy and, of course, imprint and disclaimer.

We have also adapted the contact form and alert new customers to our privacy policy before sending. For all measures taken, however, it was also important to us to ensure the comfort and suitability for everyday use for interested parties, our customers and for applicants looking for new jobs. We are confident that we have done so well - just have a look on our website!

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