Lorain Morning Journal automates with an Muller Martini Apollo stacker
Press release from the issuing company
Lorain, Ohio — Mailroom workflow at the Lorain Morning Journal became more streamlined recently, when the newspaper installed an Apollo Compensating Counter Stacker from Muller Martini.
The device creates neatly jogged and compensated stacks to help speed delivery of the Lorain Morning Journal to its readers. Apollo is microprocessor controlled to automate the counting, jogging and compensated stacking process, eliminating manual handling and physical labor.
The Morning Journal is a daily newspaper published seven days a week in Lorain, Ohio, and serving Lorain, Erie, Huron and Western Cuyahoga counties, all west of Cleveland.
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