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Perfect Bindery supports Ironbridge Trust

Perfect Bindery Solutions was not only a headline exhibitor at The Print Show 2017, but also showcased its philanthropic side by supporting a local charity.

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(L to R) Steve Giddins of Perfect Bindery Solutions with Paul Gossage, director of marketing at The Ironbridge Trust

As this year’s edition of the show was at The International Centre in Telford, Steve Giddins offered his help to local charity, The Ironbridge Trust. Shropshire is home to the first bridge in the world to be constructed from cast iron, and was one of the first sites in the UK to be a World Heritage site in 1986.

Paul Gossage, director of marketing at The Ironbridge Trust, was presented with a lay-flat book on the ideals and workings of the charity at The Print Show. This book would be given to potential investors as a gift thanking them for their time.

The partnership was created when Giddins thought it would be a good idea to case the books live at the show. The books were printed in collaboration with Printer Continuum on an MGI Meteor digital press, and ESP in Swindon made the cases for the product. Half were cased live at The Print Show by Perfect Bindery and IML, and the other half were finished by Ludlow Bookbinders. The lay-flat content was created and produced by the Fastbook Professional by Imaging Solutions.

Gossage was extremely thankful for the work done by Perfect Bindery Solutions and their partners. He explained further that these books will help to find investors to support the trust, which is run using donations.

The highlight of Perfect Bindery’s stand, which showcased a wide range of finishing equipment, was the world-first launch of the RI600 book binding line from IML.

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