Author: Steve Gardner

Does a Remanufactured Machine Make Sense for Your Organization?

Muller Martini recently remanufactured a 335 Saddle Stitcher for Mitchell Press Ltd., the largest commercial heat-set web printer in Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest. The company outputs on average over two billion publication pages per year.  I’ll let David Mitchell, Owner/President, describe his Muller Martini remanufacturing experience.   Steve…

Muller Martini recently remanufactured a 335 Saddle Stitcher for Mitchell Press Ltd., the largest commercial heat-set web printer in Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest. The company outputs on average over two billion publication pages per year.  I’ll let David Mitchell, Owner/President, describe his Muller Martini remanufacturing experience.   Steve…

When It Comes to Offering the Most Advanced Finishing Technology, There’s a Clear Choice.

Recently, my client, Friesens Corporation, was kind enough to provide feedback about a recent installation of our Diamant MC Casing-In System which replaced an older casing inline system. Friesens manufactures yearbooks, coffee table books, and general interest titles and has been in business since 1907.   What was particularly gratifying…

Recently, my client, Friesens Corporation, was kind enough to provide feedback about a recent installation of our Diamant MC Casing-In System which replaced an older casing inline system. Friesens manufactures yearbooks, coffee table books, and general interest titles and has been in business since 1907.   What was particularly gratifying…

Premier Printing Winnipeg Invests in Primera

Premier Printing, a high quality sheetfed/digital plant located in Winnipeg, decided it was time to look at options for replacing their 20-year-old Muller Martini stitcher.  The machine was running two shifts a day and had been a reliable workhorse over the years. However,  makeready times were high, production speeds were…

Premier Printing, a high quality sheetfed/digital plant located in Winnipeg, decided it was time to look at options for replacing their 20-year-old Muller Martini stitcher.  The machine was running two shifts a day and had been a reliable workhorse over the years. However,  makeready times were high, production speeds were…