Doug Stryker

Hiflex, the global MIS and Web2Print solutions provider and leader in JDF integration and workflow, participated in an open house at Muller Martini’s North American headquarters in Hauppauge, NY, on June 23, 2009. The event was attended by dozens of prospects, editors and educators from throughout the industry. Also participating in the open house was SoftSolutions of Roanoke, VA.

This September at Print 09, Muller Martini is showcasing its Primera E140 saddle stitcher, whose innovative features are already paying huge dividends for a variety of printers in the US and worldwide. Both fast and flexible, the Primera runs at up to 14,000 cycles per hour and is fully automated for rapid set-ups and changeovers.

The postpress savings that can be realized via automation, both in time and money, are compelling. And now, three leaders in their respective fields have made those savings more fully and easily achievable. Muller Martini, the world pacesetter in print finishing innovation, along with SoftSolutions and Hiflex, two cutting-edge providers of software for the graphics arts industry, have collaborated to provide a new benchmark in digital workflow.

HAUPPAUGE, NY—10/07/08—Printers and binderies can send their challenging stitching jobs to Muller Martini’s Hauppauge, Long Island demo room and the company will produce the jobs for them on Muller’s all-new Primera saddle stitcher.

HAUPPAUGE, NY—8-19-08—At the recent drupa event in Europe, a worldwide audience was impressed by the leading-edge engineering and versatile capabilities of Muller Martini’s all-new Primera saddle stitcher line. Soon, the North American graphic arts industry will witness the excitement surrounding innovative Primera stitchers. During Graph Expo 08, visitors to the Muller Martini booth, #3822, will get a look at this latest advancement in saddle stitchers as the company will feature live demonstrations of the Primera E140 machine equipped with full automation. “Our customers’ product mix has changed over the years, and Muller Martini saw the need for a new generation of saddle

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