5 March 2014
Imaginative Group buys Duplo, Morgana pieces
WINDSOR, ON—Imaginative Group has added a Duplo DBM 150 bookletmaker plus face trimmer and an inline Morgana 104 Squarefold to its fleet of devices.

"The ability to quickly and efficiently produce a saddle stitched book off our digital print engine of such exceptional quality and the look of a perfect bound book is what drove us to this solution from Duplo and Morgana," said owner Greg Plante. The pieces were purchased from supplier Sydney Stone.


Production manager Rob Plante (left) and owner Greg Plante (right) with the DBM 150

The Imaginative Group is an independent outfit specializing in print, fulfillment, design, marketing, web services and media.
Comments:
2. Dylan Westgate says:
17 March 2014 at 9:12 AM
Hello Karen, I am pleased that you are purchasing Duplo equipment! As for our ability to service the equipment we would welcome you to try us again for service, I would personally welcome hearing your comments to see where we might improve if you had an unfortunate experience. Our team of service technicians receives constant training and 98% of our service calls are completed on the first visit, which highlights their technical strength and the support they receive. We service all ages of Duplo, Morgana, Challenge, EBA, Triumph, Rosback and many more makes of finishing equipment quite successfully.
1. Karen says:
12 March 2014 at 2:44 PM
Duplo will get the best service for maintenance and repair from Bell+Howell instead of SRS.
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