Citizen Tribune adds a new Minuteman saddle stitcher from Muller Martini
Press release from the issuing company
May 27, 2003 -- Morristown, Tennessee — The Citizen Tribune has installed a new Muller Martini Minuteman in its mailroom for the production of saddle-stitched products.
Minuteman is one of Muller Martini’s short-to-mid-range saddle stitching solutions, featuring such advantages as flying stitcher heads, automatic missing and double signature detection, and ergonomic loading and unloading. Its feeders load from the top and feed from the bottom for continuous operation, and provide both mechanical and vacuum opening. Also: Its infinitely variable speed control allows the system to run a optimum staffing levels.
The Citizen Tribune is a local daily newspaper serving the Lakeway Region of East Tennessee, which includes Hamblen, Jefferson, Cocke, Greene, Grainger, Hawkins, Hancock and Claiborne Counties. It is produced by Lakeway Publishers, Inc.
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