Are Your Press Conveyors and Mailroom Prepared for 2019—and Beyond?

Another year is quickly coming to a close, and as operating budgets are being reviewed and finalized, it’s a good time to assess whether your press conveyance and mailroom equipment is prepared to protect your investment in “ink on paper.” I’m pleased to say that a number of newspapers did just that in 2018, upgrading their inserters and conveyors, as well as related operating systems. Here is a quick snapshot of some of those investments:


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  • The Advocate, Baton Rouge, LA
  • Kansas City Star, Kansas City, MO


Other WinLincs Upgrades

  • Washington Post – Springfield, VA
  • Forum Printing – Duluth, MN
  • NPG Printing – St. Joseph, MO
  • Record Searchlight – Redding, CA


Newsgrip Conveyor Systems (Newsgrip1, A) Mechanical & Electronic Upgrade

  • Knoxville News Sentinel, Knoxville, TN (M & E)
  • Naples Daily News, Naples, FL (E)
  • Houston Chronicle (M & E)
  • Detroit Newspapers (M)


SLS2000 Upgrades (Gripper Conveyor, Repair System, Opening Station)

  • New York Times, NY
  • Gannett, Greenville, NC

The intent of these organizations is clear: to thrive within a new, highly centralized business model that’s dependent as never before on the performance and reliability of legacy presses and mailroom systems.


MMSelect helps protect your valued “ink on paper” investments against unnecessary downtime and costly repairs, particularly during peak seasons. If you’ve yet to schedule your MMInspect service, please contact me or your Muller Martini Regional Sales Manager.

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