IPC Communication Services integrates a BravoPlus stitcher into its bindery
Press release from the issuing company
St. Joseph, Michigan - IPC Communications Services has expanded the capacity of its postpress operations with the installation of a BravoPlus saddle stitching system from Muller Martini.
IPC Communication Services defines itself as an employee-owned manufacturing and distribution company. It specializes in print manufacturing, electronic publishing, data management, assembly, distribution and fulfillment.
With a staff of more than 550 employees and annual sales of more than $125 million, IPC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Journal Communications, a diversified media and communications company with more than 6,000 employees across the United States.
BravoPlus is Muller Martini's newest saddle stitcher. An AMRYS version of the machine demonstrated its ability to connect to a Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) workflow at Graph Expo.
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