POLAR Gives Away the Stack Lift

With the “Solo to System” campaign ,POLAR supports the industrializationin the post presssector .Customer supgrading their solo cutting machine to a Cutting System receive the stack lift free of charge.

As part of the new “Soloto System” campaign for further industrialization of print finishing, qualified customers will receive a POLAR stack lift free of charge. The campaign supports the upgrade of an existing solo high-speed cutter(115/137N/XT/ED) to a Cutting System 200 consisting of the following additional peripheral equipment: jogger RA-4,Transomat for unloading TR-E130-4/5, and the stack lift LW1000-4.

Customers ordering a POLAR Transomat Unloader TRE 130-4 and a POLAR Jogger RA-4 will receive the POLAR stack lift LW 1000-4 free of charge if a high-speed cutter of the models mentioned above already exists at the respective customer site.

The purchase of a complete Cutting System 200 (high-speed cutter, jogger RA-4, Transomat unloader TR-E 130-4, Lift LW 1000-4) also qualifies for participation in the campaign.

With the help of the peripheral equipment, Cutting Systems 200 produce upto 100% more out put than a solo high-speed cutter.Ergonomics are improved, as well, because manually lifting heavy loads is not necessary for loading or unloading.The precise alignment of the cutting reams in th eautomatic jogger improves the quality considerably.

POLAR has developed a tool that allows interested customers to check whether they are qualified for the freelift. This form and further information on the campaign are available at www.polar-mohr.com/en/solo2system.Interested parties may use this form to request a tentative offer.

The “Solo to System” offer, which is subject to change, is valid for orders received by POLAR from July 6th, 2020, until December 31st, 2020.

Contact person

Frank Mayer
Head of Marketing
phone: +49(0)6192204-226
e-mail:frank.mayer@polar-mohr.com

SOURCE Polar


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