New Installations - Trident Three Knife Trimmers

04 Apr 2010

The resurgence in the economy has seen print companies make a prudent investment in three knife trimmers. The two models of Trident, E 20 and E 15, from the Welbound family saw innumerable installations across India.

Ana Printo Graphix has set up a full-fledged bindery to support their book print export activities in Noida. This unit has selected the heavy duty trimmer, Trident E20, with speeds of 20 cycles per minute.

HT Media Ltd, the media group who publishes Hindustan Times, Hindustan and Mint, have hand-picked Welbound to support their high-end commercial print activities. Along with the state of the art printing machines from Manroland, HT Media has chosen Welbound to bolster the bookbinding equipment. Trident E20 is a part of this. Repro India Ltd, the leading book printer in the domestic and export book market showed faith on the E20 to be the “offline trimmer” at their facility in Sachin, Surat.

The E20 can handle extra large formats up to 44 cm x 30 cm, at 20 cycles per minute. E15, the younger model, which is gaining popularity, has a smaller footprint.  It handles the most popular book formats, up to 35 X 30 cm, at speeds of 15 cycles per minute.  Both of these follow the stringent European safety standards and provide diagnostics through PLCs.

 

 

Chaman Enterprises, the Darya Ganj, Delhi-based book printer installed a E15. According to Fardeen Ikram, the focus while selecting the equipment was on quality and consistency of trim as well as operational safety.


Anil Printers Ltd, Nashik, a leading supplier of  paper and  PVC-based scratch cards for

Fardeen Ikram, Chaman Enterprises, New Delhi
Fardeen Ikram, Chaman Enterprises, New Delhi
 cellular and internet services have selected a Trident E15 for the trimming of small-sized booklets

St Joseph’s Press in Thiruvanthapuram is the leading commer-cial printer in Kerala’s capital city. The press was started in 1948 and owned by Carmelite Fathers of Malabar Province, a registered Charitable Trust. They added an E20 to their print finishing department. Likewise 

Santasil Basu, Anil Printers, Nashik
Santasil Basu, Anil Printers, Nashik

Viani Printers, a newspapers and magazine publisher-printer, managed by Ernakulam Archdiocesan Publication Trust, also opted for an E20.. Other top notch printers in South India have also migrated towards a Trident. These are: Chennai Micro Printers in Chennai,

Fr Jacob Korackal, St Joseph's Press, Thiruvananthapuram
Fr Jacob Korackal, St Joseph’s Press, Thiruvananthapuram

Trivikram Technologies in Vijayawada, who picked Trident E20. Last quarter saw the Trident brand of three knife trimmers establishing the presence in the Saudi Arabia book printing market.

Meanwhile, National Printers Ranchi, the leading book printer from Jharkhand got their second Trident E20 installed in January. And even as we go to press, Gita Press of Gorakhpur has added one more E20 to their bindery. This is their second Trident.

Fr Justin Puthussery, Viani Paper, Kochi
Fr Justin Puthussery, Viani Paper, Kochi


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