HardingPoorman is excited to announce the installation of new equipment in three phases throughout early 2017. The first phase included expanding our die cutting & creasing capabilities via the Brausse 1050SE Automatic Diecutting & Creasing machine.
We’ve experienced significant growth over the last five years and our client base requested additional bindery options so we listened. By expanding to the Brausse 1050 SE, we quadruple the speed of die cutting and can offer infinite cutting capabilities.
Known for making the printed piece a sensory experience, we employ sophisticated technology that complements our overall marketing vision. “By continuing to expand, we’re changing the way our customers think and feel about printing,” said Dave Harding, CEO, HardingPoorman. In order to grow and evolve, we select areas to expand our capabilities that our customer’s request. The goal of our capital improvements for 2017 is to achieve faster throughput and streamline all of our processes to make our entire operation more cost efficient. As a result, our investment truly translates to improved pricing across all of our services.”
To have a little fun, we produced a time-lapse video of the die cutter installation. We’re up and running and cutting like crazy! For more information, read our press release.
Brausse 1050SE Automatic Diecutting & Creasing Machine