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.
Nothing can magically light up a child’s face quite like a shiny new toy for the holidays. Helping disadvantaged youngsters feel that joy is the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve “Toys for Tots” Program. This year, and every year since 2004, Muller Martini has participated in the program, working together with the U.S. Marines to gather toys for donation to local boys and girls in need.
CHICAGO—10/30/08—Extending the success the company achieved at drupa 2008, Muller Martini welcomed a steady stream of show attendees to its booth, inviting the industry to explore new opportunities for growth
Utilizing the theme “Grow with Us” which was introduced at the highly attended drupa show, Muller Martini continued its marketing message at the 2008 Graph Expo show, providing ideas about how printers and binderies can grow their opportunities with Muller’s new generation of machines. Among the highlights of the event was the North American debut of Muller’s state-of-the-art Primera E140 saddle stitcher.
THE ROLLER coaster twisted from one side of the Muller Martini booth to the other, an improbably long snake piercing the air in an exhibition hall mostly filled with floor-dwelling equipment. This machine was certainly no bottom feeder—more specifically, it was a top feeder, the Topveyor 365 overhead conveyor. At times an overhead conveyor was needed to circumvent the crowds choking the aisles during Graph Expo 2007 in Chicago. But the patron flow was volatile, and there were periods where one could walk down some of the back aisles of the McCormick Place South Hall without bumping into a poster-toting gawker. . .of which
by chris bauer Managing Editor If you still think of the bindery as a labor-intensive segment of the print shop where manual operations are the norm, then you obviously were not paying close enough attention at Graph Expo and Converting Expo 2004. Exhibitors touting the next generation of finishing equipment proved that bindery gear is now just as automated and digitized as equipment in prepress departments and pressrooms. Muller Martini, for example, showed printers and finishing professionals how to make the most of computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) in their binderies and pressrooms. Under the theme "Integration—Solutions from A to Z," the company introduced a
WESTAMPTON, NJ—Building on the success of their Spring Customer Expo, MBO America and Muller Martini are planning another customer open house here on November 13-15. Conducted under the theme "All Together Now," the event will include prepress and pressroom innovations to show how they interface with the postpress systems that MBO America and Muller Martini offer. Scheduled to demonstrate their latest developments at the event are Baumann, Bograma, Creo, Ehret, Herzog & Heymann, hhs America, HP Indigo, IBM, Imaje, Palamides, Ryobi, Scitex, Stralfors, Streamfeeder, Theisen & Bonitz and Wohlenberg. "Computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) means no system is an island," says Werner Naegeli, president and CEO of