BINDERY matters

Modern Litho President Darrell Moore notes that the cutter has helped to double cutting speed and output per operator, while significantly improving bindery safety. The folder, meanwhile, has bolstered speed and folding capacity by allowing the $11 million printer to perform in-house folds it had previously outsourced to another provider.

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Evergreen Printing & Publishing, Bellmawr, NJ, recently completed the first phase of an upgrade in its postpress department with the installation of several pieces of equipment, including a polybag machine, a Muller Martini BravoPlus saddlestitcher with automatic makeready system (AMRYS) and an AlphaLiner inserting system.

4 Over Inc., of Glendale, CA, has purchased a Stitchmaster ST 350 saddlestitcher, two Polar 37 cutters, two Polar joggers and two Polar lifts—all from Heidelberg.

Muller Martini’s hardcover business segment, located in Bad Mergentheim, Germany, will be renamed Muller Martini Buchtechnologie GmbH (Book Technology Corp.).

Photo Experts, Woodside, NY, recently installed an 18˝ Rollem Champion 990 scoring, perforating and slitting system.

Xerox Corp. has honored Standard Finishing Systems as the 2006 Outstanding Customer First/Service Support Finishing Partner of the Year for the fourth consecutive campaign.

Direct Advertising of Anaheim, CA, recently purchased a 30˝ Rollem Champion ETR scoring, perforating and slitting system, along with a 30˝ pile feeder.

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