Reliable, high-quality solutions and customer-driven development.

EMBA develops, manufactures and markets machines for the global corrugated board industry. Based on the patented Ultima™ technology platform, our machines combine outstanding productivity, flexibility and material efficiency. Through continuous R&D and after-sales support, EMBA delivers reliable, high-quality solutions for our customers. Our company culture is built on high ethical standards, customer value and respect for every individual.



EMBA Machinery AB, located in Örebro, Sweden, is the main site in the EMBA group. Other sales, service and manufacturing sites in the EMBA group are EMBA Machinery, Inc., USA ( and EMBA Machinery GmbH, Germany. Besides the EMBA product line EMBA Machinery, Inc., offers McKinley machines and thereto related after-sales support. EMBA Machinery GmbH offers after-sales support for Corpart and Genco machines. The EMBA group has about 220 employees working within R&D, sales, service, manufacturing and administration. Along with local sales representatives in almost 30 countries, EMBA has a worldwide presence.

Since 1988, EMBA is a member of Berg Group ( which is a family-owned group of companies with annual revenues amounting to 1000 MSEK. 

From Sweden since 1954

Founded in 1954 as AB Emballagemaskiner, EMBA started its journey as a manufacturer of machinery for semi and fully automatic folding and stitching of corrugated packaging. As business became increasingly international, the company started to promote machines under the brand EMBA. To develop EMBAs marketing and product offer further Berg Group acquired Corpart in Lübeck, Germany in 1997 and McKinley in Westlake, Ohio, USA in 2005.

Focusing on customer-driven product development and innovation, EMBA has introduced several groundbreaking features that have become standards across the industry. Today our machines are well established for their premium print qualities, fast set-up times and reliable vacuum transport, among much else. One of our great milestones, the launch of the world’s first non-crush converting machine, results in a dramatic leap in material efficiency and box performance.