It's a combination that makes truly attractive cost savings possible. Coverluxe EconoLite gives publishers and binderies an economical alternative, yet continues to deliver a saturated quality covering material for superior product performance.
Today, with a portfolio of durable, flexible, and attractive cover materials, Coverluxe is satisfying the requirements of renowned brands such as Cartier, Waterman, A.T. Cross, Parker, Swatch, and Dunhill.
In the publishing industry, Coverluxe products are preferred by many religious, trade, and yearbook publishers. Book, binder, and slipcase manufacturers worldwide are using Coverluxe solutions.
Coverluxe also offers custom and premium products in a variety of heavy weights and specialty coated substrates, through its Coverluxe 17, Coverluxe 22, Coverluxe Ultima, and Coverluxe Endsheet products. All can be custom color matched, and inquiries regarding custom work are invited.
As an independent company, Coverluxe continues to exercise its flexibility to cultivate new vendors and materials to meet our customers' evolving product specifications.
These actions have aided not only Coverluxe in its development of these listed products, but also the binding and publishing industries. By considering Coverluxe, publishers and manufacturers have another supplier to consider, and new materials to select from.
Certainly increased competition and greater binding options benefits publishers, binderies, and the industry as a whole. As consolidation continues, options and choices become crucial to customers who want to maintain competition in products and pricing.
Coverluxe products are offered in the United States mill direct, and through designated distributors. Coverluxe also provides coverage overseas for publishers and manufacturers, through its agency network.
THE CLOTH ALTERNATIVE
Joann K. Scherf, VP of Marketing
Hardbound books are the norm for first-edition trade, professional, university, and coffee-table books. Book publishers and manufacturers have several options of coverstock materials for use on the hardbound cover.
There are basically two primary decisions when designing a hardbound cover: (1) what cover materials to use, and (2) how to decorate the cover to achieve the desired image, make a statement, and get noticed.