Global Janoschka Deutschland - Ismaning

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The site in Ismaning has been part of Janoschka since the end of 2006. 

With many years experience in gravure printing, this subsidiary is based in Ismaning near Munich, Germany. Ismaning has become one of the competence centers within the Janoschka network for flexographic printing. In addition to artwork and reproductions for offset, flexographic and gravure printing, the site supplies flexographic printing forms using state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies. 

With about 30 employees, Janoschka Deutschland Ismaning supports both printers and companies in the tobacco and food industries with packaging and labelling services.


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Janoschka Deutschland GmbH
Osterfeldstraße 90
85737 Ismaning
Germany
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Tel: +49 89 960 795 0
Fax: +49 89 960 795 60

VAT-ID: DE811476475
registered at the local court of
Freiburg HRB 390559

Departments and people
Rainer Geiger Managing Director +49 7825 849-0
Antonio Tramonti Operations Manager Rotogravure +49 89 960 795 82
Christian Strassl Operations Manager Flexo +49 89 960 795 48

The Fentsch company has existed since 1928 and can look back on a significant success story. The initial business scope of the company founded by Artur Fentsch was focusing on reproduction and graphical services.

In 1972 the business was named Fentsch GmbH after being handed over to Artur's son Günter Fentsch.

Besides the conventional laser etching technology Fentsch had installed its first Ohio engraving machine in 1982. End of the nineties Fentsch extented his laser etching capacities by investing in its first direct laser for the imaging process.

The flexo business was started in 1999 with the production of photopolymer plates.

In 2006 Fentsch was integrated into the Janoschka company, and has developed to become the Janoschka competence center for flexo printing formes and technologies since 2008 when the rotogravure print forme production was then outsourced to Janoschka.



Turnover and employment

figures 2015


Turnover :
Employees :
Plate Capacity :

5,8 Mio Euro
25 
10.000 m²

Fentsch is mainly serving the packaging and security market with the full portfolio of typical prepress services as well as special solutions for particular fields of applications.

In the flexible packaging and label market, international and local brands of the FMCG and tobacco industry profit of the full service over the whole supply chain ranging from artwork and reproduction to flexographic tool production.

Deep expertise in the laser etching technology combined with specific know-how in reproduction work qualify Fentsch as partner for the security and tobacco market. Security features in security printing projects were successfully realized in close cooperation with security printers.

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The wide product and service portfolio of Fentsch Packaging Solutions, specializing in flexo technology and with deep skills in gravure printing, offers our customers a broad range of individual and cross-process solutions.

Using state-of-the-art technology, Fentsch Packaging Solutions is able to produce flexo printing plates on a very high quality level.

In close cooperation with the parent company Janoschka and its network, Fentsch Packaging Solutions may access the full service range of Janoschka covering the whole process from design to print.

For more product information you may visit the video section or download product sheets with the customer area on the Janoschka website.





Flexo technologies

Brand-to-Package


We apply the latest technologies for the production of flexo photopolymer printing plates.

  • Esko CDI 5080 with HD technology
  • nyloflex NExT
  • Esko Kongsberg digital cutter

We see prepress as a process comprising six phases, starting with design and finishing with printing. The aim of this process is to technically prepare a creative idea so that it can be implemented digitally to produce consistent print and packaging.
See how it works