Maple-Vail Adds a Ventura Book Machine from Muller Martini
Press release from the issuing company
York, Pennsylvania (June 17, 2002) The Maple-Vail Book Manufacturing Group is up and running with a new Ventura book sewing machine from Muller Martini.
Used to create durable thread-sewn book blocks, Ventura deploys patented technology to produce high quality results at the rate of 200 cycles/minute.
Maple-Vail manufactures casebound and paperback books with either smyth-sewn or adhesive binding. The company produces books ranging from 4-3/8" x 6-1/4" through 9-1/2" x 12". Complete stamping and casemaking operations are available at Maple-Vail’s facilities, as are a broad range of finishing capabilities. Maple-Vail also offers complete warehousing and fulfillment services at its two distribution centers in York and Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
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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