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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (January 15, 2018) Visstun® has increased its production capacity with the addition of a ninth Paper Machinery Corp. (PMC) 2000S cup forming machine. The addition of Visstun’s ninth PMC machine allows their most popular container size (12oz-T2) to run on a faster, more efficient forming machine to handle the ever-growing demand from customers. 2000S PMC machines form at a speed of 200 cups per minute.
In addition to increased capacity, the installation of the new machine also improves scheduling flexibility. As a result, Visstun® is making their popular 17oz. and 12oz-T2 sizes available on a weekly schedule. “Having multiple high-speed machines available to run the most popular sizes gives Visstun® the added ability to handle large and small orders efficiently and in a timely manner,” reports Visstun Director of Sales, Joe Davis.
“When we launched Visstun® in 2007, we began with two PMC 1250P machines and four cup sizes,” said Davis. “The growth we have seen in the last 10 years exceeds our expectations and secures our spot as the industry’s leading Hi-Definition, high-volume cup & container manufacturer. With 28 sizes available in five different material substrates, Visstun® cups & containers can meet the needs of all customers.”
The added flexibility and capacity, coupled with Visstun’s innovative approach to cup & container manufacturing, enables customers to have a cup or container that stands out in their promotion and ultimately increases brand recognition.


About Visstun®:
Founded in 2007, Visstun® launched the world’s first high-definition convolute cups. This unique, state-of-the-art technology eclipses traditional cup imprinting methods by first printing high-quality corporate images on flat polypropylene sheets and then forming them into cups on custom-engineered machinery. The result is a line of visually stunning plastic and paper cups & containers that has been honored numerous times.
Visstun®, along with its sister companies DIGISPEC® and CounterPoint® are all part of a family of companies manufacturing products in the USA using materials also made in the USA.
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