About EMT International
Learn about EMT International’s mission, history and commitment to innovation in the equipment manufacturing industry.
We deliver innovative, market-driven, high-quality products to the printing, packaging and label industries through excellence in engineering, manufacturing and customer service.
EMT International has grown from a tool and die shop for local paper mills and paper converting facilities in the Green Bay, WI, area in the 1930s to a world-class manufacturer of finishing equipment and web transports for the digital/inkjet market today. EMT International now calls Hobart, WI, home where we built a brand-new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in 2010.
At EMT International, our reputation was established by designing and manufacturing high-quality equipment for the printing, converting and packaging markets. EMT’s expertise in creating finishing solutions in these markets, specifically the high-speed, tight web applications of the web offset printing industry, has allowed us to make a natural transition into becoming the market leader in providing finishing equipment and transports for the high-speed, digital inkjet market.
EMT International designs and manufactures finishing equipment that is made to last. Our first servo-driven perf section, installed 24 years ago in a transactional monochrome line, is still running today at speeds over 300 fpm. We are proud to currently have finishing solutions, including perforation and punch sections, installed in-line with the leading OEM print engines around the world. EMT International’s product line continues to grow as does our capability to handle higher speeds and wider web requirements. Our product line of dynamic perforators (in-line and cross), punching, sheeting (straight and chip-out), slit/merge, stacker/batcher, die-cut, coaters and winders can handle speeds up to 1,000 fpm and 42” web widths.
EMT International completed strategic buyouts to add to our abilities to provide world-class machinery. In 2011, EMT acquired Advanced Graphic Equipment (AGE–York, PA) to allow us to better meet our customers’ web printing finishing requirements. Then in 2017, EMT completed the buyout of Rotocontrol, headquartered in Linau, Germany. The acquisition of Rotocontrol added a broad spectrum of high-quality products for the label finishing market. This acquisition also increased our engineering and service capacity to be able to be responsive to customer needs around the globe.
Since April 2022, Mohit Uberoi has been the majority owner and CEO of EMT International. He was previously president and CEO of Gerber Technology from 2017 to 2021 and has been in the printing/packaging industry since 2003, leading large global printing, packaging and process equipment companies such as manroland Goss and MEGTEC Systems to success. Mohit’s former experience and achievements will help EMT International develop and continue providing market-leading technology in the continuous digital print and label industries. Mohit and his team are dedicated to providing clients with the highest levels of product quality, service and responsiveness.
Beginning of EMT
EMT originally stood for Economy, Machine and Tool, which was a small tool and die shop supplying for local paper mills.
Paul Rauscher joins EMT as president and minority owner.
The name of the company changes to EMT International and transforms into a world-class manufacturing facility.
Chameleon digital finishing line launches.
EMT purchases Deublin’s core holding line.
High-speed inkjet solutions
EMT launches new partnership with major OEM, providing high speed inkjet transport solutions.
EMT International expands in Hobart, WI, with a new state-of-the-art facility.
Purchases AGE (Advanced Graphics Equipment).
EMT International acquires Rotocontrol Finishing Solutions. Rotocontrol, based in Siek, Germany, supplies label finishing equipment.
Begin building Rotocontrol solutions for the American market, providing direct service and engineering support.
EMT International welcomes Mohit Uberoi as the new majority owner and CEO.
EMT International adds an additional facility in the Green Bay area to accommodate growth in business.
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