World Journal Saddle Stitching New Magazine with a Muller Martini Valore
Press release from the issuing company
Whitestone, New York -- The World Journal, the most widely read Chinese-language newspaper in North America, has installed a Muller Martini Valore saddle stitcher to finish a new tabloid-sized magazine the company has begun publishing.
Valore is 6,000 cycles/hour stitching system designed for printers who are ready to take their binderies to the next level, delivering a host of automated advantages at an affordable price.
Muller Martini is the world’s leading producer of finishing solutions for commercial printers, newspapers and trade binderies. The company is also the top manufacturer of OnDemand Web Offset Presses. Headquartered in Hauppauge, New York, with facilities throughout America, Muller Martini Corp. serves as the nation’s expert source of bindery and printing know-how, providing innovative systems, targeted training and responsive service to printers and binderies from coast-to-coast.
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