Dealer to Dealer Publications also produces a quarterly directory for the automotive industry and the new Overdrive magazine.
The company runs a significant volume of mail out to customers and subscribers and the machine has eliminated the need as Murray puts it, “for stuffing envelopes.”
“This is much more economical than the old days when we had to print off envelopes, and it is certainly much faster. We looked at various versions of the machine but settled on this one,” he says.
“It takes a roll of polythene which is fed from the back, and forms around the product. The majority of what we do is A4 size, but you can put through DLE’s if you want.”
Antonio Scordamaglia sells and services both the new and second hand packaging machines in New Zealand and his Melbourne-based brother distributes them across the Tasman. He reckons his long-established family interests on this side of the world, make him and his brother Australasian experts in the field.
Murray Candy says that Dealer to Dealer Publications also been pleased with the service Antonio and his crew at Quickshrink have offered.
“We found them very service focused and that’s been rated very highly with us.”
The latest model of Mail Bag wrapping machine has a number of new features including a digital control panel for easier and quicker adjustment of all its functions. It has a pressure adjustment of vertical and transversal sealing bars and the dragging wheel. The sealing time and sealing bars can also be temperature adjusted, along with the looseness and length of the bag itself.
Comment below to have your say on this story.
If you have a news story or tip-off, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up to the Sprinter newsletter