Eckhart Expands Print Finishing Division with a Kluge EHG Foil Stamping/Embossing/Diecutting Press
INDIANAPOLIS—October 6, 2014—Eckhart & Co., a leading resource for bookbinding services and custom packaging solutions in the Midwest, continues to expand its print finishing division with the addition of a new Kluge EHG foil stamping, embossing and diecutting press.
"The summer of 2014 has been very exciting here at Eckhart & Co.," commented President Chris Eckhart. In addition to the Kluge press the company recently installed new film laminating equipment as well. "It's been our goal since day one to help our customers grow their businesses," he continued. "Historically, we've focused on traditional bindery services and custom packaging products, but the expansion of our print finishing services allows companies to streamline their bindery, packaging and print finishing needs from start to finish."
"Finishing techniques such as foil stamping, embossing, diecutting and laminating add value to any printed piece," Eckhart added. "Used individually or in combination, these techniques transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. I'm confident with the addition of this press and under the leadership of Mike Reynolds and his 35 years of experience in the print finishing industry, Eckhart will successfully expand our print finishing division, increase our service offerings and provide additional efficiencies to customers."
Foil stamping, embossing and die cutting applications include:
- Pocket folders
- Greeting cards
- Book covers
- Holograms and security
About Eckhart & Co.
Eckhart & Co. is 96-year-old Indiana based company that provides a full offering of bookbinding services, including perfect binding, case binding and mechanical binding. In addition, the company manufactures custom packing products such as rigid boxes and three-ringed binders. The company is committed to a strategy of adding a comprehensive offering of print finishing services to include laminating, coating, diecutting and foil stamping. The modern, 60,000-square-foot manufacturing facility is centrally located in Indianapolis.
Source: Eckhart & Co.