November 6, 2007 -- Sales remained strong during October for Glunz & Jensen K&F with the following new bender and lockups orders:
The Hamilton Spectator, Ontario (CN) purchased two ProVision Alliance AC benders, along with two Plate Stackers and 336 Wide-gap/No- tool Press Registration Lockups. Installation is set for January 2008.
The Hartford Courant (CT) ordered three ProVision Alliance AC benders, three new CD-conveyors, six 4-position Plate Stackers, three CM-30 conveyors, and 4 UTMs. Additionally, with an upcoming Web Reduction from 50 to 48 inches, Hartford ordered 320 Wide-gap/No-tool lockups. Installations will begin in January 2008.
Sun-Sentinel Company of Fort Lauderdale, Florida ordered conveyors and sorting system for their location in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Installation of a CM-40, CM-66, four UTMs, 8 Plate Stackers (2 plate positions) and 1 Bar Code Reader will be completed in January 2008.
Tech Energy Company of Texas placed Pre-Registration Lockup orders for several of their locations; The Lebanon Daily News (PA) will receive 40 CML Single Acting locks; The Times-News (Burlington, NC) will receive 56 Wide-gap/No-tool lockups and The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (PA) will receive magnetic shims for Letterpress. Installations will begin in the spring 2008.
The Allentown Morning Call (PA) purchased one ProVision Alliance Bender along with two 4-position Plate Stackers and one Blank Plate Feeder and one CM-36 Conveyor. Allentown also ordered a retro-fit for their VIPB-32. The retrofit install will be completed during November 2007 with new product installations scheduled for spring 2008.
The Middletown Times Herald Record (NY) also purchased a new Pro Vision Alliance Bender, a CM-36 Conveyor and one 2-position Plate Stacker. Installation will begin in January 2008.
Also of note, sales volume for the current year from Africa and Asia has already out-paced those from previous years and continues strong.
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