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Fry Communications, Inc. continues expansion plans with new saddle binder

Thursday, February 02, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Mechanicsburg, PA—1/31/06-- Fry Communications, Inc. recently ordered a third new Muller Martini High Speed Tempo 22 saddle binder as part of its continued expansion. Live production is planned for late spring 2006. The stitcher will reside in the newest of Fry’s buildings and will be the 16th saddle binder in production to support the increasing customer demand for services. “We experienced a tremendous year in 2005, and we are equipping to continue to further serve the need of our clients,” said Henry Fry, President. This high speed binder is a duplicate of the last two saddle binders installed at Fry in 2005. It features the latest productivity and ergonomic enhancements, as well as state of the art inkjet imaging and selective binding capabilities. The ergonomic/automation enhancements relieve crew members from many repetitive motions, reduce fatigue and consequently reduce the related risk of injury. Both attributes provide the winning combination of high production for customers and ergonomic enhancements for employees. Since 1935, Fry Communications Inc. has continually expanded and diversified to meet the needs of its customers. Today Fry offers a broad range of service in its eight building manufacturing campus in Mechanicsburg, PA. As one of the nation’s largest privately held integrated communications companies, Fry provides category-leading premedia, printing, distribution, fulfillment, and digital publishing services to its growing customer base. Fry’s consultative approach creates strong, lasting partnerships, and its diverse resources, respected expertise, and surprising flexibility delivers “outside of the box” solutions to today’s challenges – from web presses to the World Wide Web.




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