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Runbeck Election Services Votes for Tecnau Finishing

"Our operators prefer the Tecnau finishing equipment because it includes even more built-in technology, yet it is still very operator friendly." - Bryan Dandurand, Vice President of Operations at Runbeck Election Services

It is critical that the integrity of the American democratic process is maintained. For almost 50 years Runbeck Election Services has been instrumental in doing just that. Since opening, the company has diversified to offer cutting-edge solutions that best support current market needs. Today Runbeck offers printed as well as digital election products and services, which are used in 22 states and Washington, DC. Its products and services are used by 37 percent of the voting population or about 70 million U.S. voters.
“During COVID we experienced tremendous growth due to our increase in vote-by-mail packets. Voting by mail has been popular on the West Coast for about 15 years, but many East Coast counties moved to this voting method during the pandemic,” according to Bryan Dandurand, vice president of operations at Runbeck. “Furthermore, we will be producing ballots for more of the nation’s largest cities and counties next year.” To support its growth, Runbeck is adding another 60,000 square feet to its current 90,000 square feet production facility.
Runbeck has become a true innovator supporting the American democratic process. It provides a print on-demand ballot system that allows ballots to be accurately and cost-effectively printed onsite at jurisdiction polling places. Other innovative equipment includes the Agilis® Ballot Scanning and Sorting System. When the vote-by-mail ballots are received by the jurisdictions, this equipment sorts and scans ballots to prepare for faster tabulation. Runbeck also offers software solutions that address ballot duplication, signature verification, petition processing, and election management.
However, as the nation’s largest print and mail vendor of ballots, Runbeck’s main service is still the printing of vote-by-mail packets. Initially, the company leased Tecnau’s prior generation Stack 2x2x series for a little over a year as a stopgap measure before purchasing the recently launched Tecnau Stack 5251L System, along with the Zero Speed Splicer Unwinder u40 and Dynamic Processor TC 1550 HS. “We knew the Tecnau Revolution 50 series finishing solution was in development and it could accommodate our requirements,” said Bryan. “Thanks to the Tecnau equipment, we can provide a 22-inch or longer document. In fact, we can cut up to 30 inches long, which is non-existent by other ballot printers.”



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