IBIS is a Worldwide market leader with nearly 200 finishing solution installations supporting In-line, Near line and Off Line saddle stitch, saddle glue and perfect binding applications. Best Graphics Inc. partners with IBIS U.K. in support of IBIS equipment sales and service in North America.
Best Graphics will henceforth operate as IBIS’s USA Distributor, focusing on IBIS ‘Smart-binder’ sales to the Digital print market.
The overall shrinkage of the print market has challenged dealers like never before. A smaller potential customer base forces them to diversify their product lines further, and to try to enter new potential markets. This is far from easy, as (successfully) entering a new market — especially against existing competitors — takes lots of time and money. And this also works against new suppliers trying to enter the U.S. market.
Best Graphics Group has been selected to represent Senning Packaging Machinery in North America.
The Binding Industries Assn. has announced the winners of the 2012 Product of Excellence (POE) awards. For more than three decades, the POE awards have recognized outstanding examples of craftsmanship in binding, graphic finishing, information packaging, and custom loose-leaf manufacturing.
Binding and finishing news briefs from Printing Impressions’ February 2012 edition, including All Color Business Specialties’ new folding system.
Tukaiz Litho, based in Franklin Park, IL, has purchased and installed a Young Shin model 1040S 40˝ diecutter with stripping through Young Shin USA and Best Graphics Inc.
Best Graphics has announced a sales and distribution partnership agreement with Komori America to represent their Itoh cutting systems nationwide. The companies will jointly sell the Itoh line exclusively in North America.
Binding and finishing company news, including items on Family Folder, Crown Embossing and VITS Technology.
Countless binding and finishing technology providers were candid in their positive assessments of how the scene went down in McCormick Place South. It wasn’t all cartwheels and champagne popping, but this year’s Graph Expo did exceed the expectations of many.