Transform your documents in 2018 with Thermal Steelbinding. Plastic Comb binding and Metal Wire binding are by far the most common document binding methods used today. Although they are somewhat dated they provide an economical way to produce bound documents. For some companies bound documents remain internal so the binding method used is somewhat irrelevant as the document binding is purely a functional way to keep pages together.
But what about companies that produce documents that are given externally?
Whether it’s sales and marketing documents provided for potential clients or reports given to your existing customers. The document binding method you choose becomes far more than just functional. Along with the contents of your documents the binding method gives potential clients and customers an impression of you and your company. So when it comes to binding how can you ensure you are giving the best impression possible?
This is where Thermal Steelbinding comes in.
Thermal Steelbinding provides a modern and stylish finish and as there is no punching required your documents closer resemble a sleek book or magazine rather than an old fashioned calendar. Do you really want your clients to think your company is behind the times by giving them documents bound with Plastic Combs or Metal Wires?
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