Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Identity Theft Steals the Attention of the White House

Nearly 10 million people last year were victims of identity theft according to the Federal Trade Commission. With these crimes showing no signs of weakening, President George W. Bush signed a bill in 2004 that holds identity theft criminals accountable. The Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act adds two years to sentences for criminals convicted of using stolen credit cards and other personal data to commit crimes.

As identity theft tops the FTC's list of complaints, the National Crime Prevention Council urges consumers to shred personal documents such as paid bills, "pre-approved" credit cards, ATM receipts, and bank and credit card statements, before throwing them in the trash.

"Identity theft is our nation's fastest growing crime and as a result, the demand for shredders has increased dramatically," said John Fellowes, Shredder Marketing Manager for Fellowes, Inc. "Five years ago, shredders were used primarily by businesses but today paper shredders are becoming as commonplace as personal computers in the home."

Fellowes, the global leader in paper shredders for home and office use, recommends a cross cut shredder for the highest level of document security.

For tips on how to protect against identity theft, consumers can visit Paper Shredder Info

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Which paper shredder is a cut above the rest?

Copyright © 2005 The Seattle Times Company

Every day seems to bring reports of a new scam designed to pry personal information out of your fingers or your files, to be used to bilk you out of your money.

There are lots of high-tech ways to protect your personal information. But people often forget that scammers most commonly use low-tech strategies — looking through trash, or riffling through papers in the recycle bin you've set out on the street.

A con needs only to get his hands on pieces of paper with your name, address, date of birth or government-issued identification numbers to start racking up debt in your name. Even those pre-approved credit card offers are cause for concern because cons can use them to take out new lines of credit under your name.

The state Attorney General's Office says that one in six people will become victims of identity theft, the fastest-growing white-collar crime in the country. If you aren't shredding your important paperwork, or finding some other way to destroy it, you should be. Full Story


Industry on a Tear

By Sue McAllister and Michele Chandler, Mercury News

In a nondescript warehouse in North San Jose, an employee of Certified Document Destruction feeds heaps of paper into a shredding machine, deftly plucking out dozens of orange plastic medicine vials by hand and chucking them into a separate bin. This load came from a hospital, and the plastic vials will be shredded separately later.

The company's slogan -- ``We Destroy Anything!'' -- means it has occasionally shredded casino chips, computer hard drives and plastic toys. But most of its work is reducing tons of paper documents to illegible scraps.

``We want to be able to provide destruction for most anything that is used in an office environment,'' says Michael Gelinske, the company's general manager.

Certified -- formerly Security Shredding -- was purchased three years ago by family-owned Dalton Enterprises of Anaheim. It has grown from a three-truck operation, Gelinske said, to one with eight trucks, three of them equipped for ``mobile shredding.''

The public's burgeoning fear of identity theft is spurring growth in the document-shredding industry, Gelinske said. ``Our drop-offs went from two or three a week to five or six drop-offs a day'' in recent years, he said.

The number of U.S. shredding companies belonging to the National Association of Information Destruction trade group has doubled to 550 over the past three years.

New legislation is driving that growth. Read Full Article


Wednesday, August 24, 2005

New Document Finisher is on the Horizon

The recently released Standard Horizon ColorWorks 8000 all-in-one next-generation document finisher will be shown at Print 05, September 9 – 15 in Chicago. The ColorWorks 8000 is designed exclusively for operation in-line to the Xerox DocuColor 6060, 7000 and 8000 Production Color Printers, The compact multi-functional ColorWorks performs bookletmaking, scoring, bleed trimming, folding, stitching, and stacking, making it a nearly full-service “bindery in a box.”

The ColorWorks 8000 design is based on the popular ColorWorks 2000, which earned Standard the 2003 and 2004 “Reseller Finishing Partner of the Year” award for outstanding sales success. New features on the ColorWorks 8000 include a faster production rate of 80 pages per minute, the ability to now apply up to four score lines per sheet for the production of perfect bound book covers and tri-panel brochures, and a bright color touchscreen for simplified set-ups and changeovers. Additional engineering and software enhancements provide improved operator friendliness and serviceability.

The ColorWorks 8000 is the product of a close engineering alliance between Horizon International and Xerox Corporation, having been designed from the ground up to meet the unique requirements of in-line digital color document production. Professional-quality document production is managed through an icon-based color touchscreen, for quick, easy and accurate set-ups. Edge-to-edge full color bleeds are made possible with rotary head and foot trimming of posters, brochures, or booklets. And in-line scoring helps improve fold quality and avoid image-cracking induced by cross-grain stock.

The compact ColorWorks system performs corner, side and center-stapling functions, with booklet folding and face trimming. Finished booklets are delivered to an integrated motorized vertical stacker for convenience and space efficiency, while flat sheets are delivered to an offsetting catch tray.

“The exciting features of the new ColorWorks 8000 provide customers with even higher levels of document quality, ease of use, and finishing flexibility for Xerox production digital color,” said David Reny, vice president and managing director, Standard Finishing Systems. “Horizon engineering, Xerox color printing technology, and Standard’s comprehensive sales and service support continue to be a winning combination for customers.”

The Horizon ColorWorks 8000 brings professional new in-line finishing functionality to the Xerox DocuColor 6060, 7000 and 8000 Production Color Printers, and opens up a wide range of applications for new and existing customers.

Standard Finishing Systems, a division of Standard Duplicating Machines Corporation, is based in Andover, Massachusetts. Standard, a leading supplier of print finishing systems and reprographic equipment, markets its products through a network of independent dealers in the United States and Canada.

For more information, call Factory Express at (800) 399-2564

The compact and affordable JT 7 jogger

The new JT 7 tabletop paper jogger from MBM significantly reduces misfeeds and double feeds in printers, folders, and collators. The JT 7 can jog up to 1,000 sheets at a time and features an angle adjustable table and a space saving, compact footprint. It can be operated by foot pedal or a switch for continuous jogging.

For more information on the JT 7 tabletop paper jogger, contact Factory Express today.

Monday, August 22, 2005

ACCO Brands Corporation Announces Completion Of Spin-Off/Merger

Transactions Create One of World's Largest Suppliers of Branded Office Products

ACCO Brands Trading on NYSE Under Symbol ABD

Lincolnshire, IL, August 17, 2005 – Following the completion of its spin-off/merger, ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) today announced that its common stock began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ABD. ACCO Brands is a newly-created company formed through the spin-off of Fortune Brands' ACCO World Office Products unit and its merger with General Binding Corporation (GBC), which was completed early this morning.

ACCO Brands is a world leader in branded office products, and its portfolio of industry-leading brands includes Swingline, Kensington, Wilson Jones, Quartet, GBC, and Day-Timer, among others. With annual revenues of nearly $2 billion, the Company markets its products in more than 100 countries across the globe and employs approximately 8,000 people worldwide.

David Campbell, ACCO Brands' Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, "Today marks the start of what we expect will be an exciting future for ACCO Brands, as we focus on stepped-up innovation as well as low-cost supply chains and shared services. Approximately 85% of our sales are from brands with number one or number two market positions. Our broad portfolio of leading brands, worldwide distribution reach, and shared services capability are unique in the industry. We will immediately begin executing our detailed integration plans, which includes achieving the previously-disclosed annual target of $40 million in net cost synergies by the end of 2007.

"As proven operators with a scalable business model and strong cash generation, we plan to reduce our debt levels during the integration period. Longer-term, while maintaining our focus on internal growth, we will pursue targeted, high-return acquisitions, leveraging our existing infrastructure in the large and fragmented office products industry."

Under the terms of the spin-off and merger, Fortune Brands shareholders will receive one share of ACCO Brands stock for every 4.255 shares of Fortune Brands stock they hold while retaining their Fortune Brands stock. GBC shareholders will receive one ACCO Brands share for each GBC share they own. Immediately following the merger, there were approximately 52.2 million shares of ACCO Brands common stock outstanding.

About ACCO Brands
ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) is a world leader in branded office products, with annual revenues of nearly $2 billion. Its industry-leading brands include Swingline, Kensington, Wilson Jones, Quartet, GBC, and Day-Timer, among others. Under the GBC brand, the Company is also a leader in the professional printing market.

Forward-Looking Statements
This press release contains statements relating to future results, which are forward-looking statements as that term is defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements, which are based on certain assumptions and describe future plans, strategies and expectations of ACCO Brands, are generally identifiable by use of the words "believe," "expect," "intend," "anticipate," "estimate," "forecast," "project," "plan," or similar expressions. ACCO Brands' ability to predict results or the actual effect of future plans or strategies is inherently uncertain and actual results may differ from those predicted. ACCO Brands undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the future. Among the factors that could cause plans, actions and results to differ materially from current expectations are: competition within the office products, document finishing and film lamination industries; the effects of economic and political conditions; the ability of distributors to successfully market and sell our products; the availability and price of raw materials; dependence on certain suppliers of manufactured products; the effect of consolidation in the office products industry; the risk that the businesses will not be integrated successfully; the risk that the cost savings and any synergies from the transaction may not be fully realized or may take longer to realize than expected; disruption from the transaction making it more difficult to maintain relationships with customers, employees or suppliers; as well as other risks and uncertainties detailed from time to time in ACCO Brands' Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

Confidential material can be found on more than just paper

With the rapid growth in Identity Theft and Consumer Fraud, it’s important to have a shredder that destroys more than just paper. Dahle North America’s new XC-100 Disintegrator is a paper shredder and disintegrator in one self contained unit. This machine will allow the user to shred
paper, CD’s, DVD’s, audio and video cassettes, I.D. badges, floppy disks and much more!

“Sensitive data comes in many shapes and sizes.” said Scott Prokop, VP and General Manager, Dahle North America, Inc. “It only makes sense to have one machine that can destroy them all.”

Dahle North America’s new Disintegrator features a state of the art control panel for easy operation and a safety key to prevent unauthorized use. Run by a powerful 3 Hp motor, the XC-100 will take confidential material and pulverize it to a 1.5mm x 2.5mm particle size. This machine will easily fit through any standard doorway and the swivel casters make it easy to move into place. It’s also quiet enough not to disrupt a normal office environment. The XC-100
been evaluated by the NSA and meets the requirements of NSA/CSS Specification 02-02 for High Security Disintegrators.

Dahle North America, Inc. is a fully integrated manufacturer and distributor of business machines and office products with a brand name recognized for quality and precision. Dahle markets more then 300 products, including paper shredders, paper cutters and trimmers, scissors, letter folders, and pencil sharpeners, for the home, office, and art markets.

For more information on Dahle products please call (800) 399-2564 or visit the Factory Express website at www.factory-express.com

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MBM Corporation introduces the 256 LS tabletop folder

The 256 LS semi-automatic friction folder is the latest addition to the MBM product line. The exclusive “Light Set” feature makes it the easiest folder in its class to set up and run. After selecting desired fold and paper size, LED’s on fold tables automatically indicate settings for paper stops. The 256 LS also features self-setting exit rollers for standard folds (adjustable for custom), which ensure smooth ejection of folded paper. With a speed of up to 15,000 sheets per hour (single fold, 8.5" x 11"), the 256 LS semi-automatic folder handles paper sizes ranging from 3" x 5" to 11" x 17", in weights from 15 to 80 lbs.

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Friday, August 19, 2005

Productive and Efficient Deep Pile Suction Feed Collator

At Print 05, September 9 – 15 in Chicago, Standard Finishing Systems will show the recently released Standard Horizon VAC-60 Deep-pile Suction Feed Collator. Designed for commercial printers, in-plant printers, and trade binderies, the VAC-60 allows for long-run production efficiency and productivity.

The Standard Horizon VAC-60 Deep-pile Collator has five inches of bin capacity allowing for less frequent reloading of paper. The VAC-60 uses the same patented rotary-pulse vacuum feeding system as the proven VAC-100, and delivers exceptional speed and productivity on nearly all paper stocks. Up to six VAC-60 towers can be combined to create 6, 12, 18, 24, 30 or 36-station systems in a minimum of floor space.

The deep-pile VAC-60 is equipped with a touch-screen control console for ease of operation, advanced programming, error detection and system monitoring. System functions are presented using an icon-based graphical interface. This provides for easy training, operation and troubleshooting. A standard remote control allows operators to control all primary functions from any location on the system.

VAC-60 Collating Towers can be configured in-line with Standard Horizon SPF-11/20/20A/30 class bookletmaking and saddlestitching systems, or the Horizon ST Series of Stackers. These rugged, industrial-duty accessories are proven performers in commercial print shops, in-plants shops, and trade binderies.

According to David Reny, vice president, managing director, Standard Finishing Systems, “the new deep-pile Standard Horizon VAC-60 Collator provides long-run production efficiency by cutting reload times by half or more. By combining proven VAC feeding technology with the complete line of Horizon stacking, bookletmaking, and saddlestitching accessories, the VAC-60 sets a new standard in powerful, productive, and efficient offset stacking and bookletmaking.”

Standard Finishing Systems, a division of Standard Duplicating Machines Corporation, is based in Andover, Massachusetts. Standard, a leading supplier of print finishing systems and reprographic equipment, markets its products through a network of independent dealers in the United States and Canada.

For more information on this and other Standard products, visit www.factory-express.com or call toll free (800) 399-2564.

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Businesses see profits in fear of identity theft

Identity thieves aren't the only ones making money from stolen financial information.

Widely publicized breaches at companies such as CardSystems Solutions Inc. have driven consumer interest in products intended to protect consumers against identity theft. And companies have responded by either creating anti-theft products or remarketing existing products as identity-theft fighters.

But the business, while growing rapidly, has hit some speed bumps.

Yesterday, ConsumerInfo.com, which is owned by the credit-reporting bureau Experian, settled with the Federal Trade Commission on charges that it had deceptively marketed ''free credit reports" ... Read Full Story

Joe Light
The Boston Globe

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Standard Introduces New Document Binding System

Standard Duplicating Machines Corporation of Andover, Massachusetts, introduced its new desktop thermal tape binding system, the AccuBind-Pro, to its Authorized Dealers throughout the United States and Canada.

According to Doug Reny, vice president and director of marketing, Standard Business Systems, the AccuBind-Pro replaces the former AccuBind model and represents an exciting and meaningful evolution of Standard’s AccuBind Thermal Binding System. The hallmark of the AccuBind Binding System is its binding strength, flexibility, speed and high quality appearance of its unique woven linen thermal binding strips. The AccuBind-Pro utilizes the same proven linen binding strip technology as the previous model while incorporating significant advancements in the ease of operation and bind thickness capacity. One of the key advancements is a new integrated binding strip feed system. The operator simply inserts the lead edge of a binding strip into the AccuBind-Pro and the automatic feed system then precisely center positions the binding strip for each book being bound. In 18 to 20 seconds, the AccuBind-Pro produces a flexible “lie-flat” style book bind for 8.5” x 11” paper with push button simplicity. The expanded binding capacity is up to 1.25" or approximately 325 sheets and binds at speeds up to 200 books per hour. The binding strips are available in a broad range of widths and colors to meet a diversity of document binding needs and applications.

“Standard is very excited about the AccuBind-Pro and how well the new design and further enhance the AccuBind Binding System’s capability to meet the needs of the desktop binding market”, said Reny. “The binding market’s desire for industry advancements that provide increased productivity, simpler operation, a modern attractive appearance and professional results are met on all fronts with the AccuBind-Pro.”

The AccuBind-Pro Document Binding System will be exclusively distributed in North America through Standard’s two sales divisions; the Business Systems Division and the Finishing Systems Division and their respective networks of independent Authorized Dealers.

Standard Duplicating Machines Corporation based in Andover, Massachusetts, markets a complete line of digital duplicating and document finishing systems through an independent dealer network throughout the United States, Canada, and Latin America.

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The MBM FC 10 Automatic Tabletop Collator Puts You in Control

MBM Corporation’s new 10-bin friction collator, the FC 10, combines high performance operation with user-friendly controls and unmatched reliability. The FC 10 collates a wide variety of paper stocks and weights at speeds up to 3,600 sets per hour. The touch button control panel simplifies set-up and operation. Programming modes include preset batch, insertion, and an alternate bin mode for continuous production. The FC 10 interfaces with a variety of bookletmakers, including the MBM Sprint® series and offers versatile options to fit a wide variety of production applications. The Twin Tower Transport Unit allows two-FC 10’s to be combined into a 20-bin “twin tower” configuration for high volume production. With this option, collators can be used in tandem or separately while connected. The High Capacity Stacker stacks collated sheets to a stack height of up to 12 1/2" or 3,200 sheets at speeds of up to 2,520 sets per hour (single tower). The Corner Stapler attachment staples up to 10 sheets and handles paper sizes of 8 1/2" x 11" and 11" x 17". It comes with a 5,000 staple cartridge capacity.

For more information on the FC 10 collator, contact Factory Express today. Call toll free: (800) 399-2564 or visit us on the web at www.factory-express.com

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October is National Crime Prevention Month

National Crime Prevention Council and Fellowes Urge Consumers to Prevent ID Theft by Shredding Personal Documents

Identity theft is one of America’s fastest growing crimes. According to a recent Federal Trade Commission report, nearly 10 million people in the last year alone have been victims of identity theft, costing them $5 billion in out-of-pocket expenses and costing businesses a total of nearly $50 billion.

As part of National Crime Prevention Month, the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) and Fellowes, Inc., one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of paper shredders for home and office use, offer tips on the proper disposal of personal documents – key to reducing this devastating crime.

Identity theft, by definition, is the unauthorized transfer or use of another person’s identification with the intent to commit unlawful activity. The crime occurs when someone fraudulently uses an individual’s personal information to apply for a loan, credit card, driver’s license or even a job. Identity theft can lead to a ruined credit rating, a tarnished reputation and even wrongful imprisonment. The average victim can spend more than 175 hours of personal time and more than $800 to clear their names and restore their good credit ratings.

“A document shredder, along with prudent protective actions such as storing personal records in a safe place or using a password protected electronic storage medium, can be an invaluable tool in ensuring personal records don’t end up in the wrong hands,” said George Rice, Director of Affairs for NCPC.

Fellowes has seen double digit increases in shredder sales in the past year as more consumers are becoming aware of the growing threat of ID theft. “Consumers are increasingly translating awareness into action,” said John Fellowes, Product Manager for Fellowes, Inc. “News about the increase in identity theft is pervading conversations as never before, and more and more consumers are going out and buying shredders to protect themselves.”

When selecting a shredder, keep in mind the following guidelines to reduce or minimize the risk of becoming a victim of identity theft:

Daily Usage and Sheet Capacity -- “Think about how much you’ll shred in a day, then double it. Most users shred twice as much as they think they will,” said Fellowes. The biggest difference between shredders is the varying levels of motor efficiency, duty cycle and speed. Also, it is important to keep in mind the number of pages the user can feed through the shredder at one time.

Security Levels - Some shredders offer a “strip cut,” which provides cost-effective, good security by shredding paper into unreadable strips. Another type of shredder to consider, which goes one step further for added security, is a confetti (or cross-cut) shredder, which produces smaller, confetti like pieces. The finer cut also significantly reduces waste bulk, which means emptying the basket less frequently.

Speciality Shredding - Today’s shredders do more than just shred documents. For example, Fellowes’ newest model, the Powershredâ PS70-2CD Strip Cut Shredder, is designed to safely shred credit cards, staples, paperclips and even compact discs – valuable features in today’s information age.

About NCPC
The National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) is a private, nonprofit tax-exempt [501(c)(3)] organization whose primary mission is to enable people to create safer and more caring communities by addressing the causes of crime and violence and reducing the opportunities for crime to occur. NCPC offers training, technical assistance, and a national focus for crime prevention: it acts as secretariat for the Crime Prevention Coalition of America, more than 4,000 national, federal, local, and state organizations committed to preventing crime. It also operates demonstration programs in schools, neighborhoods, and entire jurisdictions and takes a major leadership role in youth crime prevention and youth service; it also administers the Center for Faith and Service. NCPC manages the McGruff® "Take A Bite Out Of Crime®" public service advertising campaign. NCPC is funded through a variety of government agencies, corporate and private foundations, and donations from private individuals. Website: www.NCPC.org

About Fellowes
Headquartered in Itasca, Illinois, Fellowes, Inc. is a global leader in paper shredders, mobile, computer and consumer electronic accessories. The company owns and operates subsidiaries in Canada, United Kingdom, Benelux, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Singapore, Japan, Korea and Australia. Fellowes employs more than 1,700 people throughout the world and expects global sales in excess of $600 million this year.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Shredders give you piece(s) of mind

The Seattle Times

(KRT) - Every day seems to bring reports of a new scam designed to pry personal information out of your fingers or your files, to be used to bilk you out of your money.

There are lots of high-tech ways to protect your personal information. But people often forget that scammers most commonly use low-tech strategies - looking through trash, or riffling through papers in the recycle bin you've set out on the street.

A con needs only to get his hands on pieces of paper with your name, address, date of birth or government-issued identification numbers to start racking up debt in your name. Even those pre-approved credit card offers are cause for concern because cons can use them to take out new lines of credit under your name.

The Washington state Attorney General's Office says that one in six people will become victims of identity theft, the fastest-growing white-collar crime in the country. If you aren't shredding your important paperwork, or finding some other way to destroy it, you should be.

"Simply ripping something apart isn't enough," said Kristin Alexander, spokeswoman for the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division. "Some cons are so determined, they will piece it back together." Read Full Story

Trashing employee data: Rules govern disposal of info

Chrys A. Martin
Special to the Business Journal

Does your business do background checks on applicants? What do you do with that information once an employment decision is made? New regulations from the federal government and several states require employers to take specific steps to protect that information, so now is the time to establish new policies and procedures to comply.

The Federal Trade Commission now requires employers (and others) to safeguard "consumer information" when that information is discarded. "Consumer information" includes an individual's credit reports and scores, criminal background information, property holdings and similar personal information. Many employers seek out such data from employment applicants either directly or through companies which specialize in conducting background and credit checks.

The new rule requires that employers take "reasonable measures to protect against unauthorized access to or use of the information in connection with its disposal" by implementing a data-disposal policy. Examples of proper disposal include shredding paper documents or erasing electronic data. If the protected information is not destroyed before it is disposed of, the company is responsible for ensuring that whatever garbage collector or outside disposal vendor is used by the company has appropriate policies for protecting the privacy of such information. Read Full Story

Thursday, August 04, 2005

GBC Meets Government mandated shredding specifications

GBC Shredmaster Announces

The 3890 Department of Defense Super Micro-Cut Shredder


Now we can meet government mandated shredding specifications.

The GBC Shredmaster 3890D is designed to shred sensitive and top secret documents. This paper shredder provides the highest level of protection against information theft by reducing sensitive documents to super fine micro-sized confetti.

Key Features and Benefits:
The GBC 3890D high security shredder conforms to the Department of Defense (DOD Security Level 6) and National Security Agency (NSA High Security Crosscut Paper Shredder Specification Requirements - NSA/CSS 02-01) and has been evaluated by the NSA to meet these standards.

Target Markets:
The 3890D is suitable for use in military, federal, state and local government agencies, defense contractors, as well as financial institutions seeking optimal secure document destruction capabilities.

Specifications:

  • 6 - 7 sheet capacity

  • National Security Agency and Department of Defense approved shred size (DOD Security Level 6, NSA/CSS 02-01)

  • Super micro cut shred size 0.8mm x 5mm (approximately 1/26” x 1/5”) provides the highest level of security

  • 10” Throat fits oversized documents

  • Office friendly noise level – Durable wood cabinet reduces noise

  • SmartShred™ keeps operator informed (Power on, bag full, overload and door ajar)

  • Continuous-duty motor provides non-stop shredding

  • Large 30 gallon bin results in less emptying and downtime

  • Auto stop on jamming and auto reverse

  • Convenient industry exclusive on-site service (optional)

  • Physical dimensions: 33.5” x 19.5” x 18.5”

  • Warranty – 3 years limited on parts/labor; 1 year on cutting head

  • UL/cUL certified

  • Additional bags product code 1765015


For more information contact the GBC Shredmaster Experts at Factory express.
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Tuesday, August 02, 2005

MBM introduces the StitchFold bookletmaker and trimmer

Effective August 1, 2005, MBM will become the exclusive North American distributor of the ISP B-2000 bookletmaker (Stitch ‘n Fold) and trimmer. The bookletmaker has been renamed the StitchFold. With a sheet capacity of 25, the StitchFold and trimmer are capable of saddle stitching and trimming 2,300 sets per hour. The wire fed stitching system provides lower operating costs than bookletmakers using preformed staples (65,000 booklets can be produced from a single spool of wire). A collator interface is available.

Over the years, ISP has gained a solid reputation in the industry for quality and dependability. ISP will continue to manufacture these machines, and their track record of producing quality products combined with MBM’s reputation for customer service will make an unbeatable combination. Deliveries will begin in July 2005.

For more information, contact Factory Express today.
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