Once again a milestone for MullerVisual: the coming of the MAN Roland 705LTTLV enables the printing of 5 colours and inline UV-lacquering .
Bert is a familiar face in the graphics industry. With his years of experience in the paper business and later in the printing industry, Bert began as commercial adjunct director at MullerVisual.
Marco Pol is the most important sparingpartner from Sander. By Marco, MullerVisual has grown into a leading media company. Since January 1, 2010, Marco also become a shareholder.
MullerVisual celebrates this year it's 75th birthday. To mark this MullerVisual Communication publishes a unique reference book on the history of the Dutch (commercial) posters. In this already classic overview and reference book a bright and clear picture is outlined of the (r)evolution that the Dutch poster has made in the last 100 years . The themes are: industry, advertising, film and theatre.
The management expands to three persons with the coming of Ed Prince as Technical Director. The management of MullerVisual now consists of Sander Muller (CEO), Marco Pol (CFO) and Ed Prince.
Expansion of the printing possibilities abroad. MullerVisual starts a company in Macedonie.
Once again a milestone for MullerVisual: the coming of the MAN Roland 705L enables the printing of 5 colours and inline lacquering.
MullerVisual presents itself and its XXL-offset press with a surprising action: with a mobile French fries kart all major advertising companies in Amsterdam and Amstelveen are presented free French fries to accentuate the fact that XXL-printing now can be done in the Netherlands instead of Belgium.
Expansion of the printing possibilities abroad. MullerVisual starts a company in Rumania.
In September 2004 the XXL-offset press is presented. The MAN Roland 904-8 (130x185 cm) is the largest offset press in the Netherlands. It produces printing for billboards as well as 64 pages A4 full colour.
In March 2003 Mullers Drukkerij presents its new name and logo: MullerVisual is born.
John Muller retires on July 1st. He remains involved as a member of the board and advisor.
In January 2002, Sander Muller becomes the new owner and CEO. The management now consists of Sander Muller (CEO) and technical director Marco Pol.
Upon the existing building at the Keurenplein in Amsterdam, two floors are added. This completes the realisation of Grafiplaza. In the building 14 graphic companies are located.
Sander Muller, the son of John Muller, enters the firm as junior sales representative.
The First 4-colour offsetmachine is purchased to meet the growing demand for full colour printing.
Jan Muller resigns and retires.
Rinus Muller resigns and retires.
Mullers Drukkerij changes after many year from book printing to offset.
The growth of Mullers Drukkerij makes it necessary to move to a new building at the Keurenplein in Amsterdam-Osdorp. John Muller joins the management.
To expand, a small printing house is acquired.
Rinus Muller's eldest son Johannes Jacob Muller (John) joins the firm.
Continuous growth makes it necessary to incorporate the adjoining building at the Rustenburgerstraat.
Johannes Muller retires, his two sons continue the firm.
Berend Jan Muller (Jan), son of founder Johannes Muller joins the firm as a Financial employee.
Mullers Drukkerij moves to a second location at the Rustenburgerstraat 280. Gerrit Muller leaves the firm to become a civil servant.
Hendrinus Muller (Rinus) joins the team.
In the Kraaipanstraat in the Transvaalbuurt in Amsterdam, Johannes and Gerrit Johannes Muller start Mullers Drukkerij on May 31st.