Gieselmann

Gieselmann Druck und Medienhaus in Bielefeld, Germany, plans to bring its stitching work in-house with a new Primera MC from Muller Martini.The family business has seen a considerable uptick in its print volume since it added a new Komori sheet-fed offset printing press three years ago. The company's Muller Martini Prima, dating to 1994, is running at full capacity and even saddle stitching jobs, ranging from 500 to 50,000 copies per title, increasingly have had to be outsourced to partner companies.That should change at the end of this year, when the new Primera saddle stitcher replaces the Prima.The company, which employs 95 people, is also building a new facility.

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