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Cutting & Creasing

Specialist in cutting & creasing tools.

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Cutting & Creasing

Highest precision and cutting speeds.

Comprehensive packaging solutions made from sophisticated materials.

Headquartered in Burlington, North Carolina, SAUERESSIG is one of the world’s leading full-service suppliers in the design and manufacture of high-performance technical rotary tools for embossing, cutting and creasing cardboard and other web materials.
Building on an extensive knowledge base and years of experience, SAUERESSIG’s experts develop unique carton designs and cardboard packaging for the packaging industry.

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Our cutting dies for both, crush-out and shear-cuts are fully segmented and made of high-quality tool steel. We therefore ensure the highest precision and cutting speed.


Our tools handle the most complex groove creasing profiles at maximum speed. Our experts develop optimal crease solutions for every individual carton design.


We produce both 2D and 3D embossing dies for small diameter tools and narrow label presses as well as large format dies for paperboard presses.


As a special benefit we offer the capability to resharpen the cutting tools in Europe, United States and China with our latest technology.

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Our target markets

• Tobacco
• Liquid & food packaging
• General Folding
• Nonwoven

We are here to help you!

Rian van der Giessen Global Sales Manager CUTTING & CREASING +1 919 757 2404

Markus Temminghoff Sales Manager CUTTING & CREASING +49 2564 12 217