Mailbags - How to use and their composition.

Plastic Polythene Mail Bags are amongst one of the most common types of packaging. They can be manufactured in a variety of sizes and colours that cater to the buyer’s needs making them perfect for online businesses to distribute their goods in. In addition, its lightweight nature assists in minimising postal costs.

Grey mailbags are amongst the cheapest forms of polythene bags due to the inexpensive nature of the raw material. They do however still provide adequate protection in transportation to stop water damage and general wear and tear. They are the ideal packaging solution.

Their material composition is as follows:

Material: Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE)

Material Composition: 100% Recycled

In comparison, our printed and white mailbags can provide online businesses with an aesthetically pleasing high gloss finish something which the grey mailbags cannot. Speak to a member of the team today to find out more about our bespoke printing options.

Coloured mailbags material composition differs to grey, with it being:

Material: Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE)

Material Composition: 100% Virgin / Rare

Our mailing bags are produced using co-extrusion technology, compressing 3 layers of polythene film into one. This makes the bags very robust, opaque and durable and gives your goods a more secure way to ship.

Our mailing bags are also designed to be 100% moisture resistant in addition to being puncture and tear proof, making them able to withstand rough handling. With this, you can be assured your product will not be damaged due to bad weather or heavy handed couriers.

Furthermore, once the adhesive strip is peeled and sealed, the bag is permanently closed and concealed; requiring the bag to be ripped open in order to attain the good(s) inside.

This adds the additional security when dispatching goods to consumers, making it tamper evident and provides the highest confidentiality during transits.

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