Introduced as a Distributor for UniBind Steel Binding Systems

Share Article (a Division of Information Management Services LLC) has recently been announced as a distributor of UniBind Steel Binding Systems. The website now offers UniBind's complete line of semi-automatic thermal binding systems as well as all stock thermal binding supplies to customers across the country.

UniBind has recently made changes in the US market to distribute more products through representatives to capitalize on distribution channels and industry experience. UniBind is headquartered in Belgium and sells product in over 100 countries around the globe.

UniBind offers a unique steel thermal binding system that differs from traditional thermal binding systems. UniBind's binding systems are exceptionally easy to use, as they automatically turn on when a document is placed on the heating unit and shut off when the binding cycle is complete. This process is made easier with the addition of indicator lights that glow red while binding and green when complete. UniBind makes the process fast by enabling multiple books to be bound in a single cycle. For higher volumes, UniBind has multiple systems with 2 to 10 heating elements.

UniBind completes its product with a variety of attractive covers to choose from. The Steel Crystal and Steel Mat covers have a crystal clear or frosted matte front and back cover. Steel Books are hard cover books available in a variety of sizes, thicknesses, and colors.

UniBind is in the process of further expanding its hard cover product by adding special sizes that cater to the Photo Book market. Users can also select from a selection of standard windows to have cut into hard covers. Unique to UniBind is the Steel Back spine. With Steel Back spines, users can incorporate their own two-piece cover sets into a thermal binding system. and its parent company Information Management Services LLC offer the complete line of UniBind thermal binding products and support products to customers across the US and Canada. These products are a welcome addition to an already impressive product variety from the website, filling a need for the Photo Book market and traditional thermal binding users.


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