Herr Walther van Rooij
Ekkersrijt 3106 Ekkersrijt
5692 CC Son en Breugel
Machinehandel Van Rooij B.V., dealing under the name Van Rooij Grafische Machines as its was its originally and most well-known name, is established by its founder, Walther van Rooij (30/01/1972), in 1993.
In the first 10 years the company was mainly delivering machines to the local (Benelux & Germany) area, and incidental to overseas markets. In that period the focus was on rebuilding/refurbishing 1, 2 and 4 colour offsetmachines in the small and medium sizes, mainly Heidelberg and Japanese presses.
Since about 2000 the activities were expanded to refurbishing cilinder diecutters (Heidelberg and Koenig & Bauer Condor) and some later flat-bed autoplatens and hand-fed diecutters. Van Rooij Grafische Machines is a specialist on the mechanics of all these machines and knows how to check a machine for its qualifications. If a machine has any troubles, a potential buyer will always be informed about it, in the advertisement or in our offer and there will be explained how to solve or we will give an offer to solve the problem. For that reasons our 1000m2 workshop is still equiped with several conventional lathes (Okuma, Cazeneuve), milling machines (Huron, Starrag), boring machines, flatbed and round grinding machines etc.
On this moment the companies goal is export of all offsetmachines (Heidelberg, Roland, KBA, Ryobi, Komori, Shinohara), autoplatens (Bobst, Iberica, Wupa, IIjima), handfed diecutters (Rabolini, Erba, Tosi, Cauhe, TMZ) and guillotines (Polar, Wohlenberg, perfecta, Itoh). As part of complete inventories, several other machines like folders, gatherers and other bookbinding equipment will be ofered by us too.
Besides these activities, we also sell incidental qualified conventional metal working machines, as we are well-known with this equipment and sometimes these machines come up.
Since 2013 the company is has moved and is located on Industrial area "Ekkersrijt" in Son en Breugel, very close to Eindhoven and it's Central trainstation (about 10 min.) and Eindhoven airport (about 15 min), used by the low-budget airliners.
Our website is for the moment under revision, but don't hesitate to contact us if any inquiry or request comes up.