Ger­many’s Nie­der­mayr turns to FlexLiner in­sert­ing sys­tem

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Ger­many’s Nie­der­mayr is now do­ing in­sert­ing in-house, us­ing the FlexLiner in­sert­ing sys­tem.

e FlexLiner rounds o the pro­duc­tion process for the high­vol­ume print­ing plant for di­rect ad­ver­tis­ing, which has long re­lied on Muller Mar­tini so­lu­tions, ac­cord­ing to Switzer­land-based Muller Mar­tini.

e com­pany’s ex­ist­ing ma­chines in­clude a sheet-fed o set and four web print­ing presses.

e in­sert­ing so­lu­tion, which is also used for in­serts in in­serts, en­ables the com­pany to help its key cus­tomer carry out its mar­ket­ing strat­egy, which re­quires three-shift oper­a­tion with a high level of ex­i­bil­ity and speed. Nie­der­mayr pro­duces up to three mil­lion in­serts and some 16 mil­lion yers each week for the dis­count re­tailer.

Nie­der­mayr uses the FlexLiner to pro­duce prod­ucts with 8 to 112 pages, and typ­i­cally op­er­ates the ma­chine at the max­i­mum speed of 30,000 cy­cles per hour. “Some­times even the Muller Mar­tini en­gi­neers are a lit­tle amazed by the vol­umes we han­dle,” says Michael Kretschmann, print nish­ing man­ager at Nie­der­mayr.

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