Muller Martini

Muller Martini to Demo Mitabook Short-Run Hardcover System from PBTec at Dscoop
February 3, 2015

The innovative Mitabook, manufactured by Swiss-based Photobook Technology, economically produces a wide range of ultra-short-run hardcover books, including photo and juvenile books. Muller Martini has announced it is distributing this highly productive hardcover casing-in machine in North America, and it will be displaying the system at Dscoop.

Muller Martini Opts to Halt Web Offset Press Production
January 1, 2015

Citing low sales volume, Muller Martini will cease production of printing presses in the first half of 2015; however, it will continue to provide service support for printing press customers worldwide.

Muller Martini to Cease Production of Printing Presses in the First Half of 2015
November 26, 2014

The substantial slump in the turnover in Muller Martini's printing presses segment over a prolonged period has triggered the company to cease production of printing presses in the first half of 2015. As part of its strategic realignment, the company will focus on print finishing in the future, strengthened by its recent takeover of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG’s service and spare parts business for its saddle stitchers, perfect binders and thread-sealing machines.

Bindery Matters
November 1, 2014

Binding and finishing news briefs from Printing Impressions’ November 2014 edition, featuring Heeter Direct, Specialty Finishing Group, MBO America, Muller Martini, Colornet Press and Dome.

Muller Martini Reveals High Number of North American Installs of Its Alegro Perfect Binding Solution
September 11, 2014

Muller Martini's Alegro has enjoyed the most successful launch of any new perfect binder in Muller Martini’s history. It was first introduced at drupa 2012 and has over 45 installations worldwide. Most recently, a significant number of North American print manufacturers have selected the Alegro as their perfect binder of choice, with eight new installations happening within the past 18 months.

Heidelberg Reduces Postpress Portfolio
August 8, 2014

HEIDELBERG, GERMANY—Press and finishing equipment manufacturer Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) confirmed reports earlier this week that it has realigned its postpress portfolio. The company feels in-house production at the Heidelberg sites in Germany are no longer competitive under the new market conditions, thus the relevant operations are being discontinued. The lone exception is production of folding machines at its Ludwigsburg site, which will continue.