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Millennium Press Increases Production with a Kluge Folder Gluer

Friday, April 28, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

St. Croix Falls, WI -  Millennium Press has increased its folder gluer capabilities with the addition of a Brandtjen & Kluge (Kluge) OmniFold 3000. As an appointed dealer for Brandtjen & Kluge, Pasquariello Graphics, Inc helped facilitate the sale. The OmniFold 3000 automatic folding and gluing system is a fully modular converting system designed to fulfill today's need and grow with the future demands of the commercial printer and packaging manufacturer. Built to maximize converting capabilities while minimizing set-up time, the OmniFold includes features that bring productivity and reliability to a new level of expectation. These advancements are met with the quality you expect from Kluge.

Jim Sullivan started Millennium Press in a one car garage in 1989 and today the company occupies a 20,000-square foot, state-of-the art building. "We used to do all our pocket folders by hand which would take one and half days to do 1000 folders." explains Kelly Sullivan. "Now we can offer better pricing because we can now run multiple folder jobs in a day." This is a huge benefit to Millennium's customers and the company.

The Millennium team traveled to Kluge in St. Croix Falls, WI to evaluate the OmniFold 3000, see how the machine was made, how to set it up and how to run the machine. Kelly Sullivan continued "It was very helpful to see all this and helped us make the decision to go with a Kluge."
 
 

 

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