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GBC Releases Fully Automated Nearline Punch and Bind Safe Online Space for Product Research
ACCO Brands Corporation, one of the world's largest designers, marketers and manufacturers of branded academic, consumer and business products, recently announced the launch of GBC Nearline Punch and Bind, a key accessory that dramatically improves the end user's overall workflow from printing to finishing mechanically bound documents.
This innovative product came to fruition due to the increasing need for more flexibility, maximum productivity and lower labor costs for the printing and finishing environment. The product's ability to perform punching, collating and binding operations, along with creasing and perforating, makes it the most versatile finishing solution on the market, dramatically reducing manual "touches" on the shop floor. Additionally, the machine is the world's first fully automated twin loop wire solution for the digital marketplace.
BindRite's Virtual Trade Show Opens Online Safe Online Space for Product Research
BindRite's Virtual Trade Show Opens Online
The BindRite Dealers Association has opened the doors to the BindRite Virtual Trade ShowT (VTS),
an online interactive trade show experience. A 42 strong Member Network providing print finishing
products and services to printers and businesses throughout North America, BindRite created the
free web-based expo as a safe, interactive trade show-like experience for print professionals looking
to research print finishing solutions.
A typical booth include realistic product images, links to videos of machines
in action, as well as printable sales literature and spec sheets. The flexibility of the VTS design allows
a vendor to add, delete or replace products as upgrades and replacements become available,
assuring the viewer they are seeing current models and material.
BindRite Welcomes New Network Member Warehouse Direct
Warehouse Direct is one of America's premier Integrated Workplace Productivity Solutions providers. Founded in 1901, today Warehouse Direct provides workplace products, equipment & related services. They specialize in offering a complete workplace procurement solution that saves customers time and expense.
The company offers office supplies, furniture, interiors & design, technology products, copiers, printers & MPS, network services, coffee & breakroom, cleaning & janitorial, safety & industrial products, school products, printing & forms management and promotional products.
Warehouse Direct serves Northwest Indiana, Chicago, Northern Illinois, Southern Wisconsin
SGIA Comes UP With A Better Trade Event For An Evolving Print Industry
This April, SGIA Executive Ford Bowers sorted out the details a major new trade show initiative for the assembled members of the BindRite Dealers Association, a national organization of regional dealers for binding, document handling and converting equipment. Speaking at the organization's annual meeting in Bonita Springs, FL. Bowers emphasized the concept embedded in the name of the new event: Printing United, an overarching concept to unify the widest array of printing and visual display technologies under one roof.
In October 2019, the Specialty Graphics & Imaging Association (SGIA) and NAPCO Media will launch Printing United, a trade show and conference envisioned to reflect the dynamics of a convergent printing industry. The move is the most recent development in a process, first announced in February, that began with a split between Printing Industries of America (PIA) and the Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies (NPES). These entities were previously joint operators of the Print and Graph Expo shows.
Having bought out their partners, NPES, now rebranded as Association for Print Technologies (APTech?) will operate the PRINT '18 event, scheduled in September at Chicago's McCormick Place.
If that sounds a little confusing, let's back up and get some help from Ford Bowers, president and CEO of SGIA.