MARTOR is the international leading partner for safer cutting solutions. For more than 75 years, the family owned company based in Solingen has been combining quality with innovation to manufacture premium cutting tools for industrial and professional purposes. Today, the brand MARTOR is represented by partners and dealers in more than 70 countries all over the world.
MARTOR focuses on the product segment of safety knives. "Safety knives" because they are equipped with reliable safety technologies. Year on year, MARTOR extends its product portfolio along with specific services to offer the most comfortable and efficient cutting solutions. Large retail chains, logistic companies and automobile manufacturers, to name just a few industries, have not only professionalized their manual cutting work by using MARTOR products, they have also managed to considerably reduce the number of cut related injuries.
MARTOR launches new products regularly - most recently the SECUNORM 380, the world's only safety knife featuring a blade extension length of 7.8 cm and automatic blade retraction, and the innovative SECUMAX 350 with the changeable concealed-blade head. The high quality safety knives, equipped with quality blades from Solingen, can be used for numerous cutting tasks on a variety of materials, such as multi-ply cardboard, paper, plastic strapping band, tape, bagged goods, shrink film and plastic wrapped pallets.
Additionally you will find further product categories at MARTOR, such as cutters and specialty knives (scalpels, deburring knives, scraper etc.) with a large selection of products for various professional segments.
"ENJOY SAFETY MADE IN SOLINGEN" is the new claim of MARTOR, representing the new brand appearance of the company. We invite not only end users, but also trade partners to enjoy this safety - because you can always rely on the quality standard of the market and innovation leader.
Certified quality management system
The MARTOR quality management system fulfills the requirements of the DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 and will be subject to regular surveillance.