Accurate, precise bindery operations are paramount to the printing process and our finishing services ensure every job we produce is ready for distribution. Every project is different and serves a unique purpose. That’s why we provide a wide variety of binding options so you can pick the perfect customization for your project. The department handles everything from basic cutting, folding and laminating to more intricate mail preparation, stitching and booklet making processes. Continuous innovation keeps our full range of finishing services second to none in Atlantic Canada.
Precise bindery operations are just as important as the printing process. We’ll take the time to get to know your business and understand the purpose of your project so we can recommend finishing options that will best highlight the strengths of your company and project.
• Variable Data
• Perfect binding
• Twin loop binding
• Saddle stitching
• Polybagging and Shrink Wrap
• Coil binding
• Aqueous or UV coating
• Clear or tinted varnishing
• Booklet trimming
• Three-ring binding
• Hand folding
• Tape bind
• And more
We can place a protective laminate coating over jobs for extra strength and protection.
Ultra-violet cured coatings, dry instantaneously and deepen the color of the ink and adding extra protection much the same as lamination.
Able to produce any type of fold;a double gate fold, to an accordion fold, French fold using our state of the art machinery.
provides options to customers looking for personal addressing or numbering of printed materials.
Allows us to run perfect bound books.
Twin loop binding of books
ability to drill books to fit into any type of binder 3 loop or twin loop binders, Drill calendars without drilling through the covers.
Ability to make padded books of any size.
Ability to die cut anything from kit folders to bottle neck toppers to recipe card holding boxes.
Used for many specialty cards or invitations
able to shrink wrap anything from a calendar to a recipe box. Ability to shrink wrap all sizes of mag and calendars.
Ability to produce any size and quantity of stitched products.