Bookbinding is described as the process of physically assembling a book from a number of separate sheets of paper or other material.

See also:
"Bookbinding" is in the NACE Code "22.23"

"Bookbinding" is in the CPC Code "44914"
Bookbinding machinery; machinery for type-setting and the like; printing machinery and machines for uses ancillary to printing (except office type sheet fed offset printing machinery)

"Bookbinding" is in the UNSPSC Code "82121900"

Ref: 122792/2006-10-11

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Keywords from 'Binocular' until 'Bookbinding'
Keywords from 'Carbon brush holder' until 'category 05.1.1'
Keywords from 'C25H32N2O2' until 'Carbon brush'
Keywords from 'Bookbinding machinery' until 'broad-based'
Keywords from 'Bookbinding machinery' until 'broad-based'

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