Newspapers Purchase Glunz & Jensen/K&F, Inc. Pro Vision Alliance Benders And Locks For Web Reductions
Press release from the issuing company
Granger, Indiana – Glunz and Jensen/K&F, Inc. is proud to announce new sales into India for the ProVision Alliance punch benders as well as new sales within North America. Recent sales of the newly designed ProVision Alliance bring the number of ProVision Alliances to twenty-six (26) world wide. Newspapers also turned to Glunz & Jensen/K&F, Inc. for superior performing locks for their web reduction. Lancaster Newspapers is one of the first Flexographic press users to take advantage of Glunz & Jensen/K&F’s multiple web width SuperMag press lockup.
The Sacramento Bee (CA) recently purchased an Alliance ProVision inline punch bender, plate stacker assembly and new UTM plate conveyors. The ProVision Alliance punch benders will receive plates from a current Glunz & Jensen/K&F Plate Express One. Glunz & Jensen/K&F Service Techs will deliver and install during June 2006.
The Chronicle Herald (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) ordered a new Alliance ProVision inline punch bender and plate stacker assembly from Glunz & Jensen/K&F for June installation.
Glunz & Jensen/K&F’s Spanish dealer, Cyan S.A. of Madrid Spain ordered four ProVision Benders along with UTM plate conveyors and dedicated plate stackers for new plate production installations for Calprint of Valladolid, Spain; for Recoprint Impresion S.L., at their Madrid and Valencia facilities and lastly at Fabripress S.A. newspaper in Madrid
Glunz & Jensen /K&F is proud to provide punch benders to India. The Deccan Chronicle, Hyderabad, (India) purchased five ProVision Alliance AC in line punch benders with complimentary UTM plate conveyors and plate stackers through S.S. Doshi Engineers (P) Ltd., Mumbai.
Glunz & Jensen/K&F service technicians completed the installation in May 2006.
Additionally, the Daily Thanthi, Chennai, India recently purchased an Alliance 3 Stand-alone Vision Bender.
WEB REDUCTIONS and RETROFITS COMPLETED
Lancaster Newspapers (PA) purchased Glunz & Jensen/K&F SuperMag 162 lockups for their Man Roland Flexographic Press. This is part of Lancaster reducing their web to 48 inches. The SuperMag press plate lockup is designed to go from 50 inches all the way down to 46 inches within the same lockup. Glunz & Jensen/K&F has dedicated its lock design to allow for future web reductions.
Glunz & Jensen/K&F service technicians recently installed 92 no-tool locks for TKS for the Bakersfield Californian (CA). The Californian recently went to a 48 inch web width.
The Williamsport (PA) Sun Gazette recently purchased new Glunz & Jensen/K&F locks along with a new SAB punch bender. Glunz & Jensen/K&F service technicians will begin installation in June 2006.
Glunz & Jensen/K&F service technicians recently installed 140 Glunz & Jensen/K&F no-tool locks for Goss Metro for The New Haven Register (CT). The Register recently went to a 48 inch web width.
Cutline – The Binghamton Press (NY) will go live with their new press and plate production room. The Press went with three Kodak Trendsetter Thermal CTP units feeding into two ProVision Alliance Punch Benders. Plates are sorted and stack based on towers.
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