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Unibind Announces Smart Calendar at PMA

Alpharetta, GA and PMA -- Unibind, manufacturer of the award-winning Unibind high-quality binding, lamination and presentation product line, announced today that it will launch Unibind Smart Calendar at the Photo Marketing Association Show (PMA), held March 3-5, 2009 in Las Vegas. Smart Calendar is the first product that gives consumers, retailers and labs the instant ability to fully assemble personalized calendars in their store or at home with NO equipment needed.

Smart Calendar is a highly innovative solution for retailers that have long searched for a fast and easy way to create instant in-store calendars with no equipment, no crimping, no wire cutting, and no hole punching needed. The Unibind patented Smart Calendar guide trays ensure perfect alignment and its unique adhesive permanently seals all paper types. The finished product is a professionally bound hanging wall calendar that consumers can proudly display at home or work.

To create a calendar:

Place the Smart Calendar into the patented guide tray to ensure a perfect alignment.

Peel off the white liner strip and lower print onto the adhesive strip.

Retailer Benefits:

No Capital Investment.

High margins.

Works with all printer types.

Increases print output.

Turnkey solution.

Small footprint.

Retail training videos and manuals.

Starter kits for easy start up.

Offers the ability for sales at kiosk and retail.

Instant results.

Consumer Benefits:

No equipment needed.

Convenient: instant calendar.

High-quality product.

New gift ideas.

Personalized calendars.

Ability to create at home.

Smart Calendars will be available March 1, 2009, packed in bulk and retail packaged.

Peleman Industries Inc, a privately held manufacturer of binding and presentation products founded in 1939. With its worldwide headquarters in Puurs, Belgium, the company opened its U.S. corporate office in Alpharetta, GA., in 1999. Today, Unibind products are distributed globally, reaching more than 100 countries. For more information, visit