Sing Tao Daily makes News with a Presto stitcher from Muller Martini
Press release from the issuing company
South San Francisco, California — The San Francisco edition of the Sing Toa Daily, one of the nation’s leading Chinese American newspapers, has installed a new Presto saddle stitching system from Muller Martini.
Presto equips the newspaper to produce saddle stitched sections at the rate of 9,000 cycles/hour. The system features a variety of makeready innovations, including digitally driven controls and ergonomically positioned hand wheels that speed adjustments from job-to-job.
Published by the Hong Kong-based Sing Tao Newspaper Group, the San Francisco edition of the Sing Toa Daily is printed seven days a week and has a circulation of over 65,000, contributing to a national circulation of more than 181,000 for the newspaper.
Sing Toa Daily carries international news and reports on economic and political developments in Eastern and Southeast Asia. It also focuses on local Chinese community news and features an entertainment section that reports on celebrities from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mainland China.
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