NPC installs a Muller Martini Prima SB with Selective Binding Capabilities
Press release from the issuing company
Claysburg, Pennsylvania — NPC, Inc. is expanding their saddle stitching capabilities with the installation of a Muller Martini Prima SB. The new addition is configured with six pockets, a cover folder feeder and an integrated ink jet system.
The company currently offers saddle stitching as well as perfect bind, side-stitch, paste-on-fold, and loose-leaf. This new piece of equipment is part of an overall expansion of both its equipment and building.
The "SB" in Prima’s name stands for selective binding. A digitally driven control system equips the machine to assemble individualized versions of books at a top operating speed of 13,000 cycles per hour.
NPC, Inc. is a full-service, digital and printed document services provider located in central Pennsylvania. NPC serves government and commercial customers with Project Management, Conversion & Composition, Offset Printing, Digital Printing, and Fulfillment & Distribution services. Operating since 1954, NPC remains a privately held company employing over 400 people. They recently have been named as one of the top 30 book manufacturers by Printing Impressions magazine.
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