Bender and lockup sales remain strong for Glunz & Jensen K&F
Press release from the issuing company
Granger, IN - Glunz & Jensen K&F, Inc. continues its strong sales of their ProVision Alliance AC Punch Benders with recent installations of the single-stage bender for The Baltimore Sun (MD), the Lansing State Journal (MI), the Montgomery Advertiser (AL), and the Middleton Times Herald-Record (NY). The Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) is scheduled for installation of their new ProVision Alliance benders in February 2007.
Utilizing new production practices, Glunz & Jensen K&F was able to produce and deliver to the Baltimore Sun two ProVision Alliance Punch benders, five conveyors and six stackers in under the proposed 10 week lead-time. Additionally, a ProVision Alliance punch bender for Lansing Sate Journal (MI) was also delivered under the 10 week lead-time.
Sales of the Glunz & Jensen K&F Precision Edge benders also continue with recent sales to Korea Times (NY), Kemtek Imaging Systems, LTD, Johannesburg, South Africa, and the Cherry Hill Courier-Post (NJ).
Along with its ProVision Alliance bender, the Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) is also scheduled for a February 2007 installation of the Precision Edge bender as well as the Glunz & Jensen K&F stacker assembly.
Glunz & Jensen K&F technicians recently completed upgrades on the Vision punch benders at the San Diego Union Tribune (CA), the Harrisburg Patriot News (PA) and the Morristown Daily Record (NJ). These upgrades on the Provision Alliance punch benders will prolong the life and improve the registration systems of these benders by upgrading the Cognex Vision systems from analog to digital. Cognex is the exclusive Vision registration system of Glunz & Jensen K&F Inc. Cognex is the world’s largest vision inspection system in the world. Glunz & Jensen K&F technicians completed upgrades at two locations for The Los Angeles Times (CA). Upgrades were accomplished on three Glunz & Jensen K&F Vision punch benders and system upgrades were installed on their UTMs.
Additionally, Glunz & Jensen K&F Inc. technicians completed installation of the SuperMag – Magnetic FLEXO press registration Lock-Ups at The Trentonian (NJ). The SuperMag uses earth magnets to hold the plate to the press. Additionally, an upgrade to CML locks was completed at Dow Jones, Highland (IL). This upgrade was in support of the recent web cut-down from 60 to 48 inches.
K&F International was purchased by Glunz and Jensen A/S in January 2006.
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