Opportunity in Crisis

I recently went on a weekend trip with my family to Island Park, Idaho, which is located just about a half hour outside of the west entrance to Yellowstone. We were there to celebrate the opening of a new hotel called Mack’s Inn.  The old Mack’s Inn was a long-standing…

I recently went on a weekend trip with my family to Island Park, Idaho, which is located just about a half hour outside of the west entrance to Yellowstone. We were there to celebrate the opening of a new hotel called Mack’s Inn.  The old Mack’s Inn was a long-standing…

Sustainability series (III): Printing bad – internet good?

In the second part of our blog trilogy last week on the subject of sustainability, we discussed the question of what climate change has to do with the graphic arts industry. Now you could continue that line of thought and say: If paper generates so much CO2 and entire trees…

In the second part of our blog trilogy last week on the subject of sustainability, we discussed the question of what climate change has to do with the graphic arts industry. Now you could continue that line of thought and say: If paper generates so much CO2 and entire trees…

The 2020 finish line is almost here. Be sure your account information is up to date.

As we enter the fourth quarter, we are reminded of the hardships the virus has had on our businesses and our personal lives.  Hopefully, we have been able to take some positives from the slowing down of our hectic routines and our unexpected time together. Fall tends to be a…

As we enter the fourth quarter, we are reminded of the hardships the virus has had on our businesses and our personal lives.  Hopefully, we have been able to take some positives from the slowing down of our hectic routines and our unexpected time together. Fall tends to be a…

Sustainability series (II): the footprint of print

In the first part of our blog trilogy last week on the subject of sustainability, we discussed the subject of climate change. What does that have to do with the printing industry? Industrial production is responsible for as much as 9 percent of global CO2 emissions – how high is…

In the first part of our blog trilogy last week on the subject of sustainability, we discussed the subject of climate change. What does that have to do with the printing industry? Industrial production is responsible for as much as 9 percent of global CO2 emissions – how high is…

Announcing an all-new saddle stitching system from Muller Martini.

Some welcomed news during this challenging time. This October Muller Martini is launching the Prinova, the ideal saddle stitcher for printing facilities working with conventional and digital printing methods or for those who want to enter digital production in the future. The Prinova offers a clear advantage in terms of…

Some welcomed news during this challenging time. This October Muller Martini is launching the Prinova, the ideal saddle stitcher for printing facilities working with conventional and digital printing methods or for those who want to enter digital production in the future. The Prinova offers a clear advantage in terms of…

Sustainability series (I): A green future – with or without print?

In a three-part blog series, we’re going to be discussing a topic that is becoming increasingly important – climate change and the associated sustainability in industrial production. In doing so, we will be also asking whether the printing industry can be part of a sustainable and globalized world. Or does…

In a three-part blog series, we’re going to be discussing a topic that is becoming increasingly important – climate change and the associated sustainability in industrial production. In doing so, we will be also asking whether the printing industry can be part of a sustainable and globalized world. Or does…

The new Prinova – focusing on the essentials

Muller Martini is launching a new 9,000-cycle saddle stitcher, the Prinova, this October. Thanks to innovative individual feeders, it can be changed over in the shortest possible time and is therefore ideal for short runs, but also predestined for medium runs. Before it reached market maturity, one of our long-standing customers…

Muller Martini is launching a new 9,000-cycle saddle stitcher, the Prinova, this October. Thanks to innovative individual feeders, it can be changed over in the shortest possible time and is therefore ideal for short runs, but also predestined for medium runs. Before it reached market maturity, one of our long-standing customers…

Life Cycle Management: Planning for the future of your bindery—and your business.

Muller Martini North America has recently begun consulting customers on Life Cycle Management (LCM). Historically, telling a customer that they have to actively manage their machinery’s life cycle—and plan for its obsolescence—has been a difficult conversation as no one wants to hear that their machine’s productive years may be waning.…

Muller Martini North America has recently begun consulting customers on Life Cycle Management (LCM). Historically, telling a customer that they have to actively manage their machinery’s life cycle—and plan for its obsolescence—has been a difficult conversation as no one wants to hear that their machine’s productive years may be waning.…