New York edition of Sing Tao Daily is stitching with a new Muller Martini Presto
Press release from the issuing company
New York City — One of the nation’s leading Chinese American Newspapers — the Sing Tao Daily — has installed a Presto saddle stitching system from Muller Martini in its New York production facility.
The New York edition of the Sing Tao Daily accounts for 60,000 of the paper’s 181,000 national circulation. The new Presto is producing saddle stitched books at the rate of 9,000 per hour for the newspaper. Meanwhile, its automatic makeready features are speeding changeovers between jobs.
The San Francisco edition of the Sing Tao Daily recently installed a similar Presto saddle stitching system. Its circulation tops 65,000.
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