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PBS to think outside the box at Print Show

Perfect Bindery Solutions (PBS) has revealed that it will launch a new range for the production of short-run, on-demand high quality boxes on its stand at The Print show next week

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Steve Giddings of Perfect Bindery Solutions says the company has seen an upturn in demand for solutions that help printers locate more valuable market sectors

Manufactured by Italian niche application specialist IML Machinery, the ‘Perfect Box Solutions’ range features a system for the application of glued facing sheets to the formed boxes for consistently accurate wrapping of finished boxes.
The system can produce boxes up to 430 x 350 x 120 mm in size, and as small as 60 x 60 x 10 mm, at speeds of up to ten per minute.

Steve Giddings of PBS comments: “Over recent years we have seen a constant drive by printers to find products and services that will win them work in the more valuable market sectors, so we’ve seen a rise in perfect binding, casebinding, embossing, laminating, foiling and so on. 

Over recent years we have seen a constant drive by printers to find products and services that will win them work in the more valuable market sectors, so we’ve seen a rise in perfect binding, casebinding, embossing, laminating, foiling and so on

“The high quality presentation box is the latest, and perhaps the most impressive, value-add in that sequence and our ‘Perfect Box Solutions’ range brings what used to be a labour-intensive craft process within the sphere of enterprising commercial printers to fill their workflow upstream and boost their bottom line.”

The range offers kit for finishing the board and the cover sheet, with featured processes including include grooving, corner cutting, edge and corner taping for the board, and cutting/trimming, sheet gluing and box wrapping for the cover material.

Giddings adds: “This range will also appeal to specialists already operating in the field, to complement their existing methods, and the beauty is that most will already have some of the processes in-house, so it’s just a question of picking and mixing for them to significantly add to the services they are able to offer their customers.”

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