DOME Continues its Investment Spree with More Equipment
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — August 1, 2017 — The bold moves keep coming as DOME builds a bindery to rival their newly equipped offset and digital press rooms. On the heels of this month’s addition of two HP Indigo 12000 presses to the digital press fleet and March’s announcement of the KBA Rapida 205 and 106 offset presses, DOME is partnering once again with Muller Martini to add to its powerhouse production facility.
Muller’s Primera MC is an advanced and highly efficient saddle stitcher for the state-of-the-art super facility. Its innovative Motion Control technology dramatically reduces setup times, and the result is a highly efficient saddle stitcher perfectly designed for today’s fast-paced, high quality, demanding projects.
“The Primera MC will deliver increased capacity and improved capability to our finishing department. The efficiencies of this stitcher are important for the production of small to medium offset projects and uber critical where digital print is concerned. This investment allows us to keep up with the output of our two new HP 12000s, which we are installing as we speak,” remarks Misha Pavlov, Dome’s president.
Added Andy Fetherman, Muller Martini’s VP of sales and technology, also notes, "It’s always exciting to partner with companies that are providing a true competitive edge. Dome’s continued investment in both equipment and technology underscores their commitment to their customers. We’re proud to be a part of their growth.”
The Primera MC will be delivered to Dome’s new 320,000 square facility that will be in full production by the end of 2017. “This is another acquisition that is in alignment with our core strategic initiatives. We have the right location and we are making the right equipment choices to continue to streamline, be more efficient and drive our costs down,” adds Tim Poole, owner and CEO. “Each step we take is helping us to expand into exciting new markets, while offering current clients amazing benefits,” concludes Bob Poole, owner and CMO.
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