Their user friendly and efficient machines enable businesses to save immense amount of money by bringing the binding process in-house, giving them capabilities they never had before.
(PRWEB) December 06, 2013
Spiel Associates has been fighting the good fight on two fronts for the better part of the year. They have been able to bounce back from Hurricane Sandy and get their headquarters up and running for their annual Open House Event, which was held earlier in October. They have also been teaming up with Route 72’s web building team to revamp their website. In their most recent update, Spiel Associates updated their case binders page to showcase their ODM Casemaking Line and also added a page for their creasers, slitters, and perforators where they were able to give their line of Graphic Whizard Creasers and Rosback Perforators a taste of the spotlight http://spielassociates.com/perfect-binders.html.
Their efforts have not gone in vain, and Route 72 is pleased to see that many businesses are interested in bringing the bindery process in-house, especially with Spiel’s perfect binders. Founder and CEO of Route 72 Systems, Jim Alamia, states: “This is a hectic time for many businesses, especially in the economic state we are in together. Many businesses are being forced to make hard decisions, but with Spiel, they make it too easy. Their user friendly and efficient machines enable businesses to save immense amount of money by bringing the binding process in-house, giving them capabilities they never had before without having to cut out the life blood of their respective businesses.” Spiel’s perfect binders page was recently updated and online users can see for themselves how the Sterling Digibinder and Rosback 882 really work.
Online visitors were able to see that with the Rosback 882, a single operator can bind up to 600 books in just an hour. With features such as a self-adjusting nipper, a precise temperature controller, twin glue rollers, 24/7 glue pot timer, and side gluers for hinge binding and a drop tray delivery. Spiel has also reported much success with The Sterling Digibinder, which has also been made available as the Sterling Digibinder Plus, and has set the bar pretty high because of its affordable price and automatic set up. Spiel’s clients consider this a favorite because it is able to bind thin and thick books without any manual adjustments whatsoever. Route 72 is glad to see success for the businesses that worked with Spiel to bring the binding process in-house. Jim Alamia states: “We couldn’t be happier for Spiel and their clients who have been able to utilize Spiel’s cost effective bindery equipment. We look forward to promoting the Spiel brand and helping businesses empower themselves by bringing their bindery needs in-house.”