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56 years of experience in development and production of self-adhesive tapes and paper products
MÜROLL was founded in 1964, as a small partnership by twa brothers Johann and Oswald Müller, to produce paper rolls. In 1973 a second business venture was introduced for the production of adhesive tapes in coating technique natural rubber / solvent.
Today the production facilities at production site in Frastanz have expanded to approx. 25.000 m2 and MÜROLL is manufacturing nearly 200 Million m2 of sel adhesive tapes based on HOTMELT, SOLVENT as well as ACRYLIC-DISPERSION glue on BOPP, MOPP, PVC and PAPER. Additionally we process approx. 6.500 tons of various paper qualities in order to produce paper rolls for various applications.
Since the foundation of MÜROLL our aim has been and will continue to be the ongoing quality improvement of our range of products in order to realise the company motto "Our goal is your success - your success is our future".
Our products meet the individual customer requirements in an ever changing market and are acknowledged worldwide.
MÜROLL products are avaiable in more than 60 different countries and the company supplies customers worlwide by rail, road and sea.
Our efficient warehousing facilities and transport planning meet the ever increasing expectations of all our partners and allows a very flexible just-in-time supply to our customers.
high quality and environmental conscience
The high quality range of MÜROLL products undergo a thorough quality check during production and before dispatch. Throughout this process we are in close contact with our customers and are able to react to their feedback in order to achieve the cintinual improvement and furhter development of our products.
With these goals in mind, MÜROLL has introduced the international quality assurance system EN ISO 9001 as a basis for further expansion and for further development of its personnel.
The MÜROLL group also pays particular attention to its production materials as well as processes in accordance with environmental protection requirements.