Spiel’s Coilmaster Breeds Third Generation With the Help Of Route 72 Systems Internet Marketing
Spiel Associates adds the Coilmaster III to their line of plastic coil binders and Route 72 continues to educate consumers on this new technology.
Long Island City, NY (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
After a successful open house event, Spiel Associates wasted no time upgrading their bindery equipment. Earlier this month, Spiel beefed up their Sterling Punchmaster by adding a calendar hole punch attachment. Their new innovation did not go unnoticed, as they have already sold four of their upgraded Punchmasters. That is why Spiel Associates decided to take a second look at their Coilmaster Plastic Coil Binding System (http://spielassociates.com/plastic-coil-binders-and-formers.html) in order to improve the capabilities and functionality of this fan favorite.
The Coilmaster III has become the newest in their line of plastic coil binding machine. Where many plastic coil binders only have the capability to bind thinner books, The Coilmaster III is able to bind thick books up to 50mm as well. Although this is a heavy-duty piece of machinery designed for high production, Spiel was able to make their new Coilmaster III user friendly. In fact, Spiel reports that one operator alone can create coil and bind books up to an impressive 700 books per hour. Spiel´s marketing partner, Route 72, agrees that this new innovation is just what Spiel needs to make a splash in the online market. Jim Alamia, CEO and Founder of Route 72 Systems states: “Online customers are smarter, eager, and are willing to do the research on any product if the content is available to them. When users see how active Spiel is with their innovations, it will no doubt give them the upper hand in the bindery business.”
Customers can already see the new piece of plastic coil binding equipment in action right on Spiel´s website. Videos are now available to the online community, which include the Coilmaster III performing a thick bookbinding job. Route 72 Systems is pleased to see Spiel swiftly giving their new piece of book bindery machinery a proper showcase in the Internet marketplace. Jim Alamia states: “In our experience, the more content a business makes available to the customer, the better. Their knowledge of the bindery business is impressive, their willingness to share that knowledge with their customers is even better. ”
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