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Spiral Of Ohio Adds New Gateway Plastikoil Binding System

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

CLEVELAND, OH - Spiral of Ohio, a full-service bindery located here, has recently added a new Gateway Plastikoil QS2 Dual Interline plastic spiral binding system. The QS2 automatically forms the binding element in the size and diameter required, winds it through the punched book and crimps each end. Production speed for this system is rated at more than 1,400 books per hour. According to John Helline, CEO of Spiral of Ohio, the industry-leading speed and in-house coil forming capabilities of the Plastikoil QS2 will help his company offer customers faster turnarounds on higher volume projects. Helline is also considering the Plastikoil QS2 system for the company’s sister facility, Action Bindery, located in Atlanta, GA. “We’ve seen steady growth in plastic spiral binding at both of our facilities as publishers and designers recognize its value,” said Helline. “With the installation of the Gateway system at Spiral of Ohio, we’re positioned to be their single source for all plastic spiral binding applications, regardless of format size or run length.” About Spiral of Ohio: Spiral of Ohio, located in Cleveland, OH, is a full-service bindery specializing in mechanical binding (Wire-O, plastic spiral, spiral wire and plastic comb styles) and perfect binding (PUR, layflat and adhesive binding styles). Additional capabilities include saddle stitching, shrink wrapping, drilling and more. Spiral of Ohio’s sister facility, Action Bindery, Atlanta, GA, offers redundant mechanical and adhesive binding capabilities that offer customers strategic advantages of capacity and turnaround time. Contact John Helline at (800) 444-8826 for more information.




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