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Jenco Productions adds pair of POLAR cutting systems

Friday, May 14, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Kennesaw, Ga. - Headquartered in San Bernardino, Calif., Jenco Productions is a specialty fulfillment house for high-end agency accounts and clients in the entertainment business. The company, which performs specialty bindery and packaging services, recently purchased and installed POLAR 137 XT and POLAR 115 XT high-speed, programmable cutting systems to replace a pair of aging cutters with maintenance issues.

According to plant manager John Imbriani, Jenco's cutter operators are thrilled with the new cutters, especially the big, convenient, touchscreen for direct selection of program functions, and a back gauge that spins at twice the speed of Jenco's older machines. "The cutters are so user-friendly and so much fun to run that our operators compete for the privilege," Imbriani said. The new cutters take their place alongside three existing POLAR cutters on Jenco's production floor.

It's unlikely Jenco's operators will ever be bored with their cutting duties. The diverse mix of cut products the company turns out every day include spacer boards for disc books, flatbed cut wraps for entertainment covers, "fake" perfect-bound books, pharmaceutical inserts folded multiple-up and cut to final size, chip board products for the entertainment industry, as well as plastic lenticular, 3-D materials, cloth, and more. Turnaround times can range from hours to months, depending on the project and client. Thanks to the new cutters, "Our efficiency has improved, as well as our ability to give our customers what they want," Imbriani said. "We've always had POLAR cutters, and we love them."




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