James Kaeli Jim has over 30 years of experience within the Graphic Arts industry. He is currently responsible for Business Development for Hardcover Systems at Müller Martini. In this role, he interacts with customers, sales, and Muller's manufacturing facilities to help define and configure highly automated, efficient, and integrated book manufacturing systems. Jim holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), an MBA from Shippensburg University, and is a Registered Professional Engineer. He is a member of the adjunct faculty of Penn State University, a lifetime member of the BMI Cased-in Club, and has published numerous articles on contemporary book manufacturing issues.

Amazing Operators + Amazing Equipment = Amazing Results #4

One of Muller Martini’s most efficient binding lines ran 17 different jobs in one 8 hour shift and still produced 62,000 books!

If they kept doing this for one whole month, they would run over 1500 different jobs and produce nearly 6 million books!

Come visit us in Booth 845 at Graph Expo to see more Amazing Results.