Perry Judds Is Binding Selectively - with a new Muller Martini Prima SB
Press release from the issuing company
Spencer, Iowa -- June 13, 2002 -- Perry Judd’s Incorporated, one of America’s publication, catalog and commercial powerhouses, has added a Muller Martini Prima SB saddle stitching system to the bindery of its Heartland Division.
The system automates the production of selectively bound books, designed to enable Perry Judd’s customers to more quickly and cost effectively reach targeted audiences with their publications and catalogs.
Perry Judd’s utilizes over 1,600,000 square feet of manufacturing capacity at five locations to provide electronic prepress, press, bindery, list services and distribution. The company describes its 200-employee Heartland Division as a "full service, short run publication and catalog printer specializing in weekly and monthly business-to-business, consumer and association publications and consumer and business-to-business catalogs."
ABOUT MULLER MARTINI
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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