The Fisher Group catches a Bravo-T to improve its direct mail flow
Press release from the issuing company
Cedar Rapids, Iowa — Direct mail and lettershop specialist The Fisher Group is offering more stitching power to its customers with the recent installation of a Bravo-T saddle stitching system from Muller Martini.
Bravo-T can produce books at the rate of 11,000 cycles per hour, and features Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) and a menu-guided interface to prompt fast set-up between jobs. Thanks to those advancements and a host of others, Bravo-T offers the best price/performance ratio of any stitcher in the mid-range class.
At The Fisher Group, Bravo-T is binding up to 96-page plus cover booklets with one, two or three stitches. The trimmed-booklet size range offered by the group spans from 4" x 5" to 12" x 18".
The Fisher Group is a full-service direct mail printer and lettershop specializing in long-run envelope packages and self-mailers. It serves customers throughout the United States from its plant in Cedar Rapids, providing integrated prepress, web printing, finishing, data processing, ink jetting and laser imaging.
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