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                    From today, the new MAX-extruders can be ordered. The new extruders: more ergonomic, quiter, more intuitive, lighter, energy saving and much more.   All new features by one view: Integrated machine-stand (not additional stand needed) Standby-function with up to 500W energy saving and high noise […]

The year is ending up. Therefore we take stocks from 20th to 21st of December 2023 and are closed from 23rd of December 2023 to 1st of January 2024 for holidays. On 2nd of January 2024, we are back for you again.   We whole-heatedly wish you and your Family a merry Christmas and would […]

Our young professionals, Maximilian Buhr and Zidan-Can Karaca, have decided to do the exciting apprenticeship as cutting machine operator at MUNSCH. Nice that you found your way to us, we look forward to our common future with you!

Also this year, we are once again present with our products on the K show in Dusseldorf. Come to us and experience our extruders live! Feel free to experiment selected devices under guidance. We would be happy to tell you more about it at our booth. We are looking forward to your visit.   You […]

This year, we are again present with our innovative products at the Fakuma in Friedrichshafen. This year: New extruders, available in spring 2022! Come to us and let us advise you! With our large portfolio, we can realize many wishes. Either standard products or individual adaptations, right up to solutions in the direction of automatic […]

One of our Munsch’s key foci is work safety. For that reason we frequently have trainings for first-aiders at our facilities. Those trainings are carried out by a local branch of the German Red Cross. After last year’s training not being held due to Covid, we could start our regular schedule again. During the last […]

For 2 young people, their work-life started at MUNSCH on August 1st, 2021. The two made the decision to invest the coming 3 years into being trained for the job “Industrial Mechanic for Mechanical- and Plant-Engineering”. We gladly welcome our new trainees to the team and wish them a successful start into the “working world”.