[Michlib-l] Looking for a bindery
Driedger, Kevin (MDE)
DriedgerK at michigan.gov
Wed Feb 3 15:42:10 EST 2016
Doesn't want a hardbound volume, but wants a binding with some staying power? Hmm, this might be a challenge.
I'd suggest trying the AcmeBinding division of the HFGroup. Their Trade Binding product may be able to provide the desired service. They have a bindery in North Manchester Indiana. http://acmebinding.com/
Wallaceburg Bindery also offers a variety of binding services and while they are based out of Ontario, they have a Michigan office. http://www.wbmbindery.com/
Librarian for Conservation and Digitization
Library of Michigan
P.O. Box 30007
702 W. Kalamazoo
Lansing, MI 48913
driedgerk at michigan.gov<mailto:driedgerk at michigan.gov>
From: michlib-l-bounces at mcls.org [mailto:michlib-l-bounces at mcls.org] On Behalf Of Caryn Noel
Sent: Wednesday, February 03, 2016 3:24 PM
To: michlib-l <michlib-l at mail2.mcls.org>
Subject: [Michlib-l] Looking for a bindery
Looking for a bindery to bind just a few, small (6x9) periodicals in a flat glued binding - like a softbound book. Bessenberg is out - they'll only do a hardbound compilation. Also, this faculty member won't allow for spiral bound or anything too "catchy" for his library shelf. His word, not mine, but I take the point - he'd like a binding with some staying power. I have the files in pdf format.
Any names come to mind?
Many thanks in advance,
Adam Cardinal Maida Alumni Library
cnoel at sscms.edu
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Michlib-l