Why print catalogs ?

The Print Catalog is effective as a more targeted strategy. With stronger databases and a greater knowledge of their buyers, retailers are able to target customers much more effectively than ever.

Type of Paper

Art Card Paper

Thick texture with fine, smooth, robust surface. Ideal for printing of books cover, business cards, blessing cards. Paper thickness : 190/210/230/260/300 gsm.

Gloss Coated Paper

Shiny and supports high contrast and a wider color gamut than other types of paper. It is often used for marketing materials and magazines with a lot of color images. Paper thickness : 85/105/130/160 gsm.

Matt Coated Paper

The reduction of glare on the matt-coated paper makes the text easy to read. The coated surface delivers a smooth , high-quality base for image reproduction. Paper thickness : 85/105/130/160 gsm.

White Brief Card

Paper thickness: 120/150/180/210/250 gsm.

Wood Free Paper

Wood Free Paper is uncoated paper. It is not as smooth as coated paper, but it is more widely used, Uncoated papers are the best choice for letterhead, envelopes, and forms that need to be printed or written on. Uncoated paper is less expensive than coated paper Paper thickness : 60/70/80/100/120 gsm.

Green Read Paper

Green Read Paper is eye care light-yellow paper with durable surfaces for better durability than other papers. Designed for reduced eye glare so readers can read comfortably and longer. Textured papers spread lights very well and won’t glare directly to the eyes. Ideal for making pocketbooks. Paper thickness : 65/75 gsm.


Saddle Stitching

Saddle Stitching It is one of the most popular and cost effective book binding methods available today. In saddle stitching, folded sheets of paper are nested one within another and attached by staples through the fold. With two staples is the standard for saddle stitched booklets. The number of pages can get up to around 70 pages depends on paper thickness.

Perfect Binding

It is a widely used soft cover book binding method. With this binding method, the pages and cover are glued together at the spine with a strong yet flexible thermal glue. The other three sides of the book are then trimmed as needed to give them perfect edges.