Hopkins Printing beefs up its bindery with a Bravo-S saddle stitcher
Press release from the issuing company
Columbus, Ohio — Hopkins Printing, one of the leading commercial facilities in central Ohio, is expanding its bindery capabilities with a Bravo-S saddle stitching system from Muller Martini.
The Bravo-S brings high productivity and expanded versatility to Hopkins’ 75,000 sq ft facility. The system’s PLC controls facilitate fast changeover to different sizes of products, and its 12,000 cycle per hour run rate makes quick work of even the largest projects.
Hopkins Printing has been honored with a continuous string of awards. It received a Vendor Appreciation Award from the Columbus Society of Creative Arts. Its founder and president, Jim Hopkins, was named Master Entrepreneur in the 2000 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. And the company was rated as one of the Best of Best Workplaces in America by the Master Printers of America.
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