Colter & Peterson
The New Products Reference Guide offers an exclusive pre-show preview that highlights some of the new products and services submitted by several exhibitors that will be displaying their wares Sept. 25-28 during Graph Expo 16 in Orlando, Fla.
Colter & Peterson’s ancillary print finishing equipment has been integrated and certified by HP Indigo.
J.J. Keller & Associates recently installed Colter & Peterson’s 37-inch Saber X15 with Microcut and a custom built table bed.
At GRAPH EXPO 15, Colter & Peterson will be demonstrating a highly popular paper cutter, the Prism.
Fine Line Graphics added a Komori GL40 press followed by Colter & Peterson’s Saber X15 paper cutter with Microcut.
Celebrating 150 years, Marshall & Bruce recently added a reconditioned Wohlenberg paper cutter and a rebuilt POLAR jogging unit.
Nearly two years ago, Mark Smiley, owner and president of Badger Paperboard in Fredonia, WI, traded in an outdated, 100” Seybold paper cutter for an 85” Seybold unit rebuilt by Colter & Peterson, featuring the latest electronics and a separate ‘Flying Carpet” system. The trade turned out to be a winning move.
Adding a reconditioned 45" Polar paper cutter from Colter & Peterson has produced results that went above and beyond the expectations of Jason Henderberg, a 20-year employee who has served as Canfield & Tack’s director of manufacturing for the last five years.
Larry Ockenden, finishing operations manager at Hammer Packaging, expects to have his company's custom 75" Saber XXL paper cutter delivered and installed by Colter & Peterson in early March. This will be Hammer's third Saber paper cutter. "Our relationship with Colter & Peterson goes back many years," he says.
As business continues to grow, James Morland, vice president of operations for SunShine Paper in Aurora, CO, said the company cuts between 60,000 to 80,000 custom size sheets of paper per day. The team was looking for a new paper cutter and ran into one at GRAPH EXPO 14. When Morland saw the Saber XXL from Colter & Peterson in action, he thought "it was absolutely amazing."