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Glunz & Jensen Locks & Benders Continue Strong Sales

Press release from the issuing company

October 8, 2007 -- The Billings Gazette (MT) purchased 60 of the Glunz & Jensen K&F CML-DA Stainless Steel Press Registration Lock-ups.  The Gazette will complete a web reduction from 50 to 48 inches on their Goss Metro press over the winter months. Billings Gazette ordered new Glunz & Jensen K&F Precision Edge benders, conveyors, stackers and UTM's in July, which were built, ship and installed in less than eight (8) weeks.
The Hartford Courant (CT) will undergo a web reduction from 50 to 48 inches with the purchase 320 of the Glunz & Jensen K&F No-Tool Press Registration Lock-ups. This new lock is designed for quick plate up without any special tools while the registration remains stationary.  With new manufacturing procedures, Glunz & Jensen K&F were able to product these locks within twelve weeks. Installation will be completed during December.
The Eagle Web Press, Salem (OR) purchased the Glunz & Jensen K&F Provision Alliance high-speed bender configured to accept 38" plates.
The Roanoke Times (VA) purchased the Provision Alliance punch benders along with a CM-30 conveyor, 2-position stacker, and plate loader.
The Allentown Morning Call (PA) also purchased the Alliance Vision Bender, blank plate feeder, CM-36 conveyor with barcode and a 4-position stacker.
Capital Newspapers (WI) purchased the Glunz & Jensen K&F Precision Edge punch bender, CD conveyor, UTM and retrofit for their UPB-36 along with 164 Wide-gap No-tool Press Registration Lock-ups.  Installation of the locks will be completed in late October.