So if you believe in authentic British products and want to support British manufacturing, why not put your products in a British made bag? For further information about British made brands and UK manufacturing, take a look at the Make it British website www.makeitbritish.co.uk.
We are proud to announce the arrival of a new range of bags to the Burgass team. Plastic mailing bags!
We have made plastic mailing bags on a small scale for several years from our standard stock films. However we have recently branched out to include COEX postal bags in our range.
COEX film means that the film is co-extruded. In simple terms, this means that the film is made by using white and black films which seal together whilst they are still hot. The finished result is a film that is black on one side and white on the other. When this is turned into a bag, it is allows us to create a bag that is black on the inside and white on the outside. The benefit of using COEX film is that it is completely opaque, so the contents of your mailing bags cannot be seen, whilst the white on the outside of the bag allows us to print pretty much any design onto the bags (including creating coloured bags by flood printing them).
With consumers turning to online shopping, and lots of shops following suit, we have made sure that we are ready to cope with the increased demand for plastic mailing bags.
Our new co-ex mailing bags are available in 4 set sizes to start with- which pretty much cover anything you would want to send through the post in a plastic bag!
If you are after something a little different, we are still offering our mailing bags made from our standard film. These mean we can make clear bags (for packaging clothing into), bags with see-through windows so that you can have the address on the top of a letter and black bags with your logo in a bold gold or silver print.
Whatever your postal needs are, we believe we have a printed plastic mailing bag that can help!
Interested in getting mailing bags made with your design on them? Contact us for a quote!
This post was written by Louise @ Burgass
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