“Our new Ferag equipment will provide advertisers with greater flexibility to be creative with their advertising inserts, as well as the ability to better target consumers in various parts of the New York market any day of the week,” adds John Polizano, senior vice president of advertising.
The new equipment will come into production in the fourth quarter of 2008. The Daily News will continue to deliver prepackaged inserts in the market’s Sunday newspaper under existing arrangements with a third-party inserting vendor.
Perfect Binder Boosts Equipment Arsenal at Trade Bindery Operation
DOWNERS GROVE, IL—With an extensive collection of binding and finishing offerings, Access Binding and Finishing Services added still more. It recently installed an AmigoPlus perfect binding system from Muller Martini.
“We purchased the AmigoPlus to allow us to enter into the market, producing quality product at an affordable price for the short- and medium-run requirements,” reports Doug McCarrell, president of the 26-employee trade bindery.
Access offers perfect binding, Wire-O, spiral, plastic coil, GBC binding, folding, automatic collating, punching and padding, shrink wrapping, cutting, drilling, handwork and fulfillment.
BIA Announces Return of Its Mid-Management Conference
PITTSBURGH—The Binding Industries Association (BIA) announced the return of the BIA Mid-Management Conference, April 28-29, at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Conference Center in Schaumburg, IL.
This annual meeting brings together mid-managers from graphic finishing, information packaging, custom loose-leaf manufacturing, trade binderies and the suppliers to those industries. Event planners say the conference will be a two-day blitz of information, new products and ideas, as well as a chance to network with peers from around the world.
“This conference has a powerful effect, providing a much needed opportunity to network. It’s the perfect forum to take in the big picture,” says Jeff Hunter, owner and president, Federal Looseleaf. “You see what others in the industry are doing successfully, and that sparks some creative ideas of your own.”
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