Line O Matic donates notebooks to two NGOs

By 21 Dec 2017

Ahmedabad-based notebook making equipment specialist, Line O Matic will hand over the more than 5,000 notebooks it produced during the demo sessions during Pamex. Reach Out and Spark-A-Change are the two NGOs who will receive the donated notebooks, which carried the names of the two NGOs.

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On the second day of the show, students cared by the two NGOs visited the Line O Matic stand, and its chairman, Uday Patel, presented copies of the notebooks to students. These students were also given a tour of the stand, and how these notebooks were produced on the Nova Uno RB104.

“The MMS made a request, we could not ignore. It’s for a better cause, so we decided to donate the notebooks produced during the demo sessions to the two NGOs,” said Nirav Parikh, general manager marketing, Line O Matic.

At the show, Line O Matic launched the Nova Uno RB104, an entry-level notebook making machine. The high-end Bolt RB 104 and the mid-range Nova RB 104 are all automatic, so is the entry-level Nova Uno RB104. Parikh explained, “The Uno RB104 is demonstrated at the show is a fully automatic one. There’s the Uno B104, which is the semi-automatic machine, and only the binding line.”

The Uno RB104, reel to book machine is capable of running at 200 meters/minute and is ideal for someone who does not have a budget for the Bolt, but is looking for a fully automatic machine. “The players in the lower-middle segment looking to upgrade from a semi-automatic machine to an automatic machine, are the ones we can offer this machine to,” said Parikh.

Line O Matic has over 200 installations worldwide of its Bolt and Nova machine.


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