“It’s about becoming as efficient as we possibly can and both equipment and logistics play a part of that,”
- Phil Hay, Engineering Manager, PMP Print.
PMP Print – the largest commercial print company in new Zealand – is in the midst of a transformation program aimed at revitalizing their processes to maintain their top position in the market. as part of recent developments, they have achieved significant production savings by trading up to the latest Tolerans’ sPeeDlIner 2.0 stitching system.
has been downtime and maintenance costs,” Hay says. PMP Print offer a comprehensive range of printing solutions and their primary source of stitching business comes from the commercial catalogue sector. “We’re talking products with over one million runs so production efficiencies mean the best solution for us is to stitch in-line,“ he adds. Their manroland Lithoman 4 press from the mid 1990s was originally installed complete with a Tolerans Streamliner stitcher. “The Streamliner was reaching the end of its economic life,” Hay says. ”Over the past 15 years, it hadn’t been well maintained and we had issues with worn parts and down time.”
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