Ergon Capital Partners and management acquire Summa from Gimv.
With its digital finishing solutions, Summa responds to the evolutions in the attractive digital printing industry. The ongoing market shift from analogue to digital printing creates high production flexibility and enables mass customisation of products, driving demand for digital cutting tools. Technological evolutions result in an ever-increasing range of materials that can be printed and cut digitally, such as cardboard, stickers and textiles. The product portfolio expansion - from roll cutters to flatbed and laser cutting equipment - is fully aligned with Summa’s motto ‘if you can print it, we can cut it'.
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