Old Trail gets a new Bravo T/S saddle stitching system from Muller Martini
Press release from the issuing company
Columbus, Ohio — Old Trail Printing, said to be Central Ohio's largest sheetfed printer, has expanded its bindery capacity with a new Bravo T/S saddle stitching system from Muller Martini.
The Bravo T/S offers the best price/performance ratio of any system in its class, delivering speeds up to 12,000 cycles per hour. Its Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) expedite changeover between jobs and simplify operation.
The Old Trail Printing Company took its name from its original location on The National Old Trail — Route 40 in Columbus. It is a full service commercial printing company, employing a workforce of more than 100, skilled in all areas of printing, mailing and fulfillment.
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