View Case Binders™ can be printed in high resolution up to eight colors directly on the overlay for the optimum premium look
Choose from any of the templates below, which include a variety of size and format options. Create a unique design from home to personalize your binder or label the contents.
Printing available directly onto clear overlays in up to seven colors
Photographic quality reproduction on the binder's front, back, and spine
Superb color saturation for color-separated designs on smaller coverage areas
Dies, heat, and pressure apply colored foils to produce a metallic effect
Full entrapment will permanently seal your cover insert, while partial entrapment seals three sides of the overlay
Clear labels, available in a variety of sizes, can be custom printed and applied to any UniKeep binder
Archival-safe and available in a variety of thicknesses to suit any purpose
Attach a business card, compact disc, or mini storage device to the inside cover
Various styles of protective pages with pockets and dividers
Enjoy the familiarity and spring-loading functionality of metal rings
Sturdy metal and rubber clips make our binders more versatile than ever
Welded diagonally or vertically for additional, convenient storage
Green Helps Make UniKeep™ Blue Case Binder The Right Choice When launching an exciting new product that just happens to be your company’s most “green” offering to date, wouldn’t you naturally want the supporting sales material to be presented in an environmentally-friendly package? Sappi Fine Paper North America certainly did...
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GregoryBonnerHale (GBH) are a multi-award winning design and advertising agency based in London, solving communication problems within brand identity, literature, TV and print advertising, retail, environments and multimedia for clients, both in the UK and overseas, including Puma, Eurostar, Flos, Land Securities and Virgin. Mark Bonner, Director of GBH, was the man charged with bringing this project to fruition. Mark had the daunting task of searching for a way to not only present the First Day Covers, but also to store and protect them for the future. Mark had good fortune in finding a CD type packaging that was from a family of products by UniKeep...
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