Perfect Pallets Post Press

Perfect Pallets Post Press Users Group – 4PUG

Welcome to the Perfect Pallets Post Press Users Group.  4PUG is designed to facilitate the free exchange of industry information between newspaper peers entrenched in post press operations.

Perfect Pallets, Inc. partners with over 1,500 newspapers throughout North America to reduce wood waste and load failures from entering their inserting facilities. Printers and Advertisers will package over 80 billion pre-prints on plastic returnable Perfect Pallets in 2016. This will eliminate over 100 million pounds of wood waste from entering newspaper facilities this year.

Perfect Pallets, Inc. is strongly committed to managing this free industry forum to facilitate better communication between newspapers, printers and advertisers.


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Recent Newspaper Discussions

xx Pins - Help in loacating a new source

Today at 01:35:42 PM by Gordon Rufh
I was wondering where everyone buys their pins for inserter feeder heads.
We have purchased these pins from Muller Martini for 30 years but when I called totay to geta quote I nearly fell off my...
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xx Wing Mailer

September 12, 2017, 03:19:15 PM by Tom Alcorn
For all the old timers, does anyone have a few of these they want to sell?

Tom Alcorn
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xx New post contest winner.....

September 11, 2017, 01:17:19 PM by Dave Paschall
Let me be the first to congratulate James Fields, Distribution & Packaging Manager at the Maysville Ledger Independent in Maysville, Kentucky for his $100 win in the August New Post Contest!
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xx Those Nasty RM2 Things!

September 01, 2017, 10:51:55 AM by Don Collier
I have noticed a very strong DECREASE in the number of Nasty Pallets coming into my plant.
Is anyone else seeing the same?
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xx Anyone have Old 2299s that are scrapped or for sale?

August 30, 2017, 09:26:46 AM by lleake
I am trying to find a couple 22/99 heads that we can rebuild and keep as redundant, thanks _LL
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Member of the Month

Independence Examiner
Independence, MO
Casey Middleton - Nightshift Manager Read More

Q. How long have you been involved with post press? 

A. I accidentally fell into this position when I was laid off at an automotive shop. I was just trying to pay the bills, and the Examiner was looking for help. I quickly learned all the aspects in the mailroom and made supervisor position. I spent a couple years there before becoming Mailroom Manager.


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