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Bay Cities Significantly Reduces Production Time with New Zenith 210 PLUS Die Cutter

Posted on Friday, December 2nd, 2016

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Brett Kirkpatrick, Chief Operating Officer

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Bay Cities Significantly Reduces Production Time with New Zenith 210 PLUS Die Cutter

PICO RIVERA, Calif. (August 2016) — Bay Cities, an award-winning provider of quality point-of-purchase displays, industrial and retail packaging, and in-store signage, has purchased the Young Shin ZENITH 210 PLUS high-speed die cutter. This state-of-the-art machine is a versatile flatbed die cutter, with advanced computerized features; it has the ability to save approximately 15 to 20 minutes of production time per job. This will allow Bay Cities to improve overall customer service by decreasing production lead time.

The Young Shin Zenith 210 PLUS die cutter has the capability to run single and double wall corrugated, litho label and single-faced laminated board, foam core, plastic, and much more. Producing 5,000 sheets per hour, the Zenith 210 PLUS is the most productive, large format die cutter that Bay Cities has owned to date.

Designed for ease of use, the increased production capabilities of the Zenith 210 PLUS do not come at the cost of error. With quality assistance and automated set-up as standard features, the Young Shin die cutter promotes production efficiency. Brett Kirkpatrick, Bay Cities’ Chief Operating Officer, adds, “For the past 60 years, we have made a conscientious effort to provide our clients with the best service in the industry. The Young Shin Zenith 210 Plus will allow us to not only improve upon, but to increase the range of services that we offer our clients.”

In an industry driven by speed to market, it is important to have both reliable and productive machines. The Young Shin brand has been producing quality and highly-reliable die cutters for the past 30 years.  Bay Cities’ capital investment into the Zenith 210 PLUS is exemplary of their commitment to provide their clients with outstanding service, aligned with cutting edge technology. Kirkpatrick comments, “Our clients are the foundation of our business. The mutual success of our business and our clients’ business is our ultimate goal. The addition of the Young Shin die cutter will only help to continue actualizing this reality.”

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About Bay Cities

Bay Cities delivers concept-to-completion as a turnkey solutions provider. We are a direct manufacturer specializing in point-of-purchase displays, retail packaging, in-store signage, industrial packaging, and digital printing. Our services include cold sealing, assembly, supply chain management, logistics, packout and fulfillment, and augmented reality. The Bay Cities in-house design center offers structural and graphic design as well as an in-house certified lab that conducts ISTA Testing, including vibration, drop, and incline impact, to ensure your products arrive safely. Visit us at www.Bay-Cities.com for further information.

About Young Shin USA Limited

Young Shin Industries is an internationally recognized manufacturer of premier flatbed die cutting equipment that was established in Daegu, South Korea in 1980. The firm’s superior design, skillful engineering, exacting manufacturing standards and devoted factory service and support has propelled Young Shin into one of the world’s most prominent providers of superior die cutting and finishing solutions.  Young Shin USA Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Young Shin Industries, provides a sales, service, parts and training headquarters dedicated exclusively to its clients located throughout North America. Headquartered in suburban Chicago, Illinois, our operations are centrally located to provide immediate and accessible sales, support and service making the acquisition of a Young Shin product a long-term and highly-favorable return on investment.  For more information, please visit the firm’s recently enhanced web site at www.youngshinusa.com.