• Lever Arch Files

    The lever arch file was first created in 1896 by Louis Leitz. It is the first to be created that has all the ‘modern’ functions (such as a lockable clip to hold down the papers contained in the file). Since then it has become a centre part of many work environments – and they are still one of the most popular selling item.

  • Ring Binders

    Ring Binders are offered in paper and polypropelene over board. The vibrant colour range in pp covering over board gives the choice to suit the application and interiors of any office.

  • Mylar Dividers

    The products are available in 2, 3 & 4 ring binders with pull open and push button mechanism in A4 size. The spine pocket label will give the advantage of writing title of the file for easy reference. The polypropelene is eco friendly and recyclable.

  • Guide Cards

    Guide cards & Record cards are the combined product group which find various applications for keeping references, notes, important informations and addresses excellent for use with card index systems.

  • Record Cards

    Record cards are available in plain and ruled. Each pack contains 100 cards made of 150gsm white bristol board. Assorted pastel shade record cards are also available for specific usage.

  • Business Organisers

    As a mighty contribution to prevent deforestation and global warming Anabond has introduced recycled paper products made of kraft.

Our Mission

Continuous innovation to contribute more by our quality products to increase the GDP of the nation in the spheres of industrial revolution.


Hornbill Stationeries

Born after extensive research with the quest to arrive at a vital product essential for industries. Anabond - at your service for the past 31 years ( Est in 1979) we manufacture more the 300 products. Our adhesives - a specialty widely used in the manufacturing and processing industries of the globe. By maintaining consistently high quality we get rich dividends and owe growth horizontally and vertically is nurtured by ever increasing indents from customers and the spreading fragrance of name and fame - Anabond

Our Quality Policy

Anabond Limited will strive to manufacture and market innovative quality products and services to satisfy customer requirements & expectations.


Lever Arch Files

Ring Binders

Manila Dividers

Our Founder

Anabond founded in 1979 by Mr. J.Vijayakumar ( Mr. JVK ) a gentleman wedded to business ethics and great maxims with an yearning “ Learn and serve ”.


Colour Mylar Tab Divider

Clip Board

Project File

History of Paper

In the Han Dynasty (206 B.C-A.D.220) bamboo was used for papermaking because it produced high quality paper and was inexpensive - three tons of bamboo could yield one ton of paper pulp. Bamboo is still an important raw materials for paper making today. Some 1,600 years ago, people wrote with brushes on xuan paper made from young bamboo. Xuan paper is still popular for chinese calligraphy and paintings.

History of Pen

A pen (Latin penna, feather) is a device used to apply ink to a surface, usually paper for writing or drawing. Historically, reed pens, quill pens, and dip pens were used, with the nib of some sort to be dipped in the ink. Ruling pens allow precise adjustement of line width and still find a few specialized users, but technical pens such as the repidograph are more commonly used. Modern types also include ballpoint, rollerball, fountain and felt or ceramic tip pens.

Invention of Pencil

Did you know that modern pencils owe it all to an ancient roman writing instrument called a stylus? Scribes used this thin metal rod to leave a light, but readable mark on papyrus (anearly form of paper). Other early styluses were made of lead, what we still call pencill cores even though they actually are made of non-toxic graphite.
Nuremberg, Germany is the birth place of the first massproduced pencils in 1663. Spurred by Faber-Castell (established in 1761), Lyra Steadtler and other companies, an active pencil industry developed throughout the 19th centure industrial revolution.

History of Colours

The ancient Egyptians have been recorded to have been using colour for cures and ailments.They worshipped the sun, knowing that without light there can be no life. They looked at nature and copied it in many aspects of their lives. The floors of their temples were often green - as the grass which then grew alongside their river, the Nile. Blue was a very important colour to the Egyptians too; the colour of the sky. They built temples for healing and used gems (crystals) through which the sunlight shone. They would have different rooms for different colours. We could perhaps relate our present methods of colour/light therapy to this ancient practice.