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Muller Martini offers one face to the customer for sales, service and parts

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

With the convergence of the newspaper industry and many production facilities, Muller Martini is implementing a more synergistic approach to its sales, service and parts operations.  The objective is to better leverage Muller Martini's resources in order to serve the on-going needs of the changing newspaper industry.

Current and future customers will experience seamless connectivity with the multitude of Muller Martini's resources and technological innovations that will be required for the future production of newspapers and complimentary products.

Muller Martini's commitment to the Newspaper Industry is further demonstrated by the company developing its future product line-up targeted to the needs for the US Newspaper Market.

For the high-volume customer:

-The well known SLS3000 series inserters will be complemented by new machines derived from the high-speed Pro-Liner technology, which is installed in numerous locations around the world
-Web Width Reduction Kits, Gripper upgrades, Software upgrades
-SAM Production Control Systems

Product offerings and services geared toward the small and medium newspaper include:

-Updated 227 Inserters with modern selective control and ink-jet technology
-Rebuilding and exchange programs of feeders and machines
-Upgrades to 18,000/cph on AlphaLiners

In addition, Muller Martini recently introduced a new line of strappers and offers strapping material at the most competitive prices in the industry.

All of this is provided in a continued effort to support the Newspaper Industry and help current and future customers stay viable in these challenging times.

 

 

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