UPS Store installs Graphic Whizard 460PUR Perfect Binder from GBC Canada

From left are UPS Store owner Renuka Mehra (co-owner), Ashley Broadfield (Customer Service Supervisor), Melissa Kuhne (Senior Graphic Designer), GBC Canada’s Ken Bell and Ron Southhall, and Graphic Whizard’s Max Allen.

The UPS Store (No. 365) at 6045 Creditview Road in Mississauga, Ontario provides multiple services – ranging from shipping, packaging, printing and finishing – all under one roof and goes “that extra mile” to help its customers. They also provide label printing and trimming services, business card and postcard printing, laminating, foil stamping, banner printing and more. Their motto is “The only thing we cannot print is money. Everything else is a breeze.” They’ve been a very successful franchise and have invested in several machines over the years. When looking to take their services to the next level, they knew they had to invest in equipment that was built to last and could keep up to their growing client base.

With a focus on expanding their business by providing bookbinding services, they needed a perfect binder that could keep up with the store traffic and deliver the reliability they needed, with all the right features and capabilities. After visiting the GBC Canada booth at the Graphics Canada tradeshow, they were impressed with the Graphic Whizard 460PUR Perfect Binder. After comparison with several other brands, the 460 was their clear choice. “The Graphic Whizard 460PUR Perfect Binder offered a ton of features, and impressive speed of 450 cycles per hour all at an unbeatable price,” said co-owners Tom and Renuka Mehra. “Another important consideration in the buying process was service and tech support. We know the value of local support, and GBC Canada came through. From set-up and installation to training and support, they’ve been heavily involved in supporting our success. GBC Canada really does a good job. They handle our requirements with the highest level of care and can always be relied upon,” she added.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.