Eurograv origins date back to the 1950’s when its founder Robert Attard, left the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Regiment and started working for the Soldans Printing Machinery Company in North London as a service engineer in the mid 1960’s.
Robert was soon to make a decisive move and formed Eurograv in 1970 with Giorgio Andreotti, the inventor of the Autotypical rotogravure engraving process to promote and install Acigraf engraving lines, hence the origins of the company name.
This was formalised in 1971 as Eurograv Sales Ltd by founder Robert Attard.
Eurograv attends its first IPEX exhibition at London’s Earls Court, and exhibits a Japanese manufactured Onda hot foil label press.
Eurograv start a long relationship (till 2019) with Ghezzi & Annoni, supplying over 150 machines into the UK, Irish and North American markets.
Eurograv open “Eurograv Converting Machinery” in Morris Plaines, New Jersey, selling G&A and Pagendarm machinery to the North American adhesive tape market.
Eurograv start work with the Schiavi Family of Piacenza & represent their range of Gravure printing presses and coater laminators; this successful partnership gives Eurograv the opportunity to sell large and complex film printing and coating lines and establishes the Schiavi brand in the UK.
Eurograv takes over the prestigious DW Renzmann agency and starts a long and fruitful cooperation resulting in over 250 machines installed within the UK and Ireland.
Eurograv re-enters the world of extrusion and represent Dolci of Milan Italy, after some successful years with Dolci and with Dolci having financial difficulties, Eurograv decide to end this relationship. Dolci installations total over 400 in the UK.
Eurograv start their long collaboration with FEBA, manufacturers of adhesive tape lathe slitting equipment, this complements with the Ghezzi & Annoni client base, with over 80 installed machines.
Eurograv relocates to Byfleet, Surrey to a 5000 sq/ft facility that allows for expansion of parts and consumable storage as well as the possibility to show room some machines.
Eurograv are re- acquainted with their old friends and joins forces with Uteco Converting of Verona Italy, now established as one of the most innovative and leading players in the flexographic press market.
Since 2001 Eurograv has sold over 110 Uteco machines into the UK and Ireland establishing Uteco as a leading global brand.
Eurograv and Kiefel extrusion start working in the field of blown film extrusion, in 2010 Reifenhauser Group of Troisdorf acquire the Kiefel company in Worms and Eurograv takes on the exclusive UK & Ireland representation of Reifenhauser Group machinery.
Eurograv relocates to new modern facilities in Woking, still retaining a large warehousing area with the ability to refurbish machinery.
Eurograv sells Uteco’s largest and fastest ever big repeat Uteco Diamond to DS Smith Belpar.
After 50 years in the flexo and gravure industry Robert Attard retires as Chairman of Eurograv Limited.
Eurograv enters the world of recycling with Pureloop, part of the Erema group. 12 machines sold in to the UK.
Mike Attard becomes Managing Director and 100% owner of Eurograv Limited with the aim on focusing on customer satisfaction and client retention, through service and continual support.
A fantastic year for Eurograv, with a high level of customer retention and sales to new customers. Uteco, Cason, Laser Clean, Pureloop and Camis all enjoy growth with numerous machines ordered and installed.