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  • Packaging Supplies | Resealable Plastic Bags | Grip Seal & Polythene Bags
    Book Wraps Mailing Envelopes Mailing Sacks Clear Mailing Envelopes White Polythene Envelopes Grey Polythene Envelopes 3 Ply Paper Mailing Sacks Jiffy Padded Bags Parking Notice Envelopes Packing Labels Hazard Warning Labels Label Dispensers Parcel Labels Jiffy Airkraft Bags Document Envelopes Packaging Equipment Packaging Equipment Stapling Staples Rapid R11 Hammer Tacker Rapid R3 Staple Remover Rapid R33 Hand Tacker Rapid R34 Hand Tacker Stronghold Staples Cutters Knives 18mm Blades CX3 Cruze Cutter Heavy Duty Knife Palletwrap Cutter Wrapping Packaging Wrapping Packaging Bubble Wrap Foam Bubble Wrap Polyethylene Foam Packing Paper Tissue Packing Tissue Pure Kraft Paper Rolls Waxed Kraft Paper Rust Inhibitor Paper Pallet Wrap Handy Wrap Bundling Film Pallet Wrap Rolls Corner Protectors Closed Corner Protectors Expanding Corner Protectors Standard Corner Protectors Plastic Mesh Sleeving EcoFlo Loosefill Edge Guards Plastic Pallets Silica Gel Sachets PilloPax BioPax HP PIlloPax Film PX2000 by Optimax Aluminium Foil Tape Bonus Tape Cloth Tape Coloured Packing Tape Crossweave Reinforced Tape Double Sided Foam Pads Floor Marking Tape General Packaging Tapes GP Masking Tape Polythene Barrier Tape Printed Packing Tapes Tape Dispensers Tapes Tapes Aluminium Foil Tape GP Masking Tape Double Sided Foam Pads Cloth Tape Printed Packing Tape General Packaging Tapes Crossweave Reinforced Tape Bonus

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  • Packaging Supplies | Resealable Plastic Bags | Grip Seal & Polythene Bags
    Foam Packing Paper Tissue Packing Tissue Pure Kraft Paper Rolls Waxed Kraft Paper Rust Inhibitor Paper Pallet Wrap Handy Wrap Bundling Film Pallet Wrap Rolls Corner Protectors Closed Corner Protectors Expanding Corner Protectors Standard Corner Protectors Plastic Mesh Sleeving EcoFlo Loosefill Edge Guards Plastic Pallets Silica Gel Sachets PilloPax BioPax HP PIlloPax Film PX2000 by Optimax Aluminium Foil Tape Bonus Tape Cloth Tape Coloured Packing Tape Crossweave Reinforced Tape Double Sided Foam Pads Floor Marking Tape General Packaging Tapes GP Masking Tape Polythene Barrier Tape Printed Packing Tapes Tape Dispensers Tapes Tapes Aluminium Foil Tape GP Masking Tape Double Sided Foam Pads Cloth Tape Printed Packing Tape General Packaging Tapes Crossweave Reinforced Tape Bonus Tape Polythene Barrier Tape Floor Marking Tape Coloured Packing Tape Tape Dispensers Strapping Strapping PP Strapping Equipment Plastic Edge Protectors PP Strapping Rolls Strapping Tools Polypropylene Strapping Buckle Strap Kits Complete Starter Kit Pro Kit Complete Strap n Seal Sheeting Tubing Sheeting Tubing Polythene Sheeting Tubing Polythene Pallet Top Covers Polythene Sheeting Polythene Shrink Film Polythene Tubing PVC Shrinkfilm Heat Sealers Pac Seal Heatsealers Pro Seal Heatsealers Tarpaulins left Register Payment Delivery Payments When payment is made through our website they are processed by SagePay Ltd previously known as Protx Sagepay are the UK market leader for processing card payments and are approved by all major banks More details about SagePay can be found at www sagepay com At no point during the transaction will any of our staff be informed of your credit card details Most of the banks and building societies have put a further security check in place This is called verified by visa for visa transactions and can called different things by different banks Other ones include Mastercard Securecode and 3D secure The card issuers have instigated this for your security and

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  • Packaging Supplies | Resealable Plastic Bags | Grip Seal & Polythene Bags
    Polythene Bags I don t know what grade to use We stock Light Medium and Heavy duty bags Lets start with Light duty They are very clear and have a glossy finish These bags are typically between 100 and 120 gauge 25 30 micron they are predominantly used for keeping items clean and dust free Light Duty polythene bags are not good for sharp or heavy objects Clothes papers buttons etc are perfect for Light Duty Polythene Bags Medium Duty Polythene Bags Typically our Medium duty bags are between 200 and 250 gauge 50 62 micron Again they are clear and glossy Double the thickness of the Light Duty polythene bags means that they are easier to work with Heavy Duty Bags These bags are proper heavy duty think cement bags They are between 400 and 500 gauge 100 125 micron and can handle weights up to 20 Kg without problems We are happy to supply samples to help you decide what duty is right for you Polythene What about the Environment Our range of polythene products are NOT biodegradable However polythene is photodegradable this means that although they will not breakdown in a landfill site they will breakdown in sunlight This usually takes around 12 months Polythene Bags Sizing The majority of our polythene bags are shown in millimetres 25 4mm to one inch Sealing Polythene Bags We have a range of seal again polythene bags that have a press together closure that can be sealed and resealed time after time Our range of light medium and heavy duty polythene bags can be sealed with a heatsealer These are very cost effective machines that offer the ultimate seal Printed Bags Subject to minimum quantities we can supply printed polythene bags Just let us know your requirements Recycling All our range of polythene bags polythene sheeting polythene sheeting and grip seal bags are all recyclable Food use All our stock polythene excluding polythene sheeting and refuse sack is suitable for food use top Polythene Layflat Tubing Important information about dimensions Our range of polythene layflat tubing is measured when the tubing is laid flat and equates to half the circumference Therefore a 127mm diameter item will not fit into 127mm wide polythene layflat tubing To find the right size layflat tubing for a 127mm diameter item you need to multiply 127 x 3 152 pi which in this case equals 400mm Our nearest available stock size would be 406mm What is the best way to seal Polythene Layflat Tubing You can tape or staple the ends to seal them however for the best seal we would recommend that you use a heatsealer Can I make polythene bags from Polythene layflat tubing Yes you can and many people do It is very easy to do with a heatsealer and gives you excellent flexibility Is Polythene Layflat Tubing Airtight No however it is full watertight view Polythene Layflat Tubing category view Heatsealers category top Polythene Sheeting As it is made from recycled

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  • Packaging Supplies | Resealable Plastic Bags | Grip Seal & Polythene Bags
    the Speedypack website Here you will have access to the very latest guides relating to packaging and associated topics All of the content available on this area of the site has been developed with our broad range of packaging customers in mind If you would like us to create additional guides in this section then contact us to make a suggestion Posted by David Howells on 10 05 2014 Back to all articles Jiffy bags deconstructing a successful brand Question What do jiffy bags aspirin kerosene lava lamps velcro roller blades perspex videotapes jet skis hula hoops escalators hoovers ping pong onesies zips jacuzzis cat s eyes thermos flasks super glue yo yos dry ice sellotape linoleum and even heroin have in common Answer They are all now commonplace words that were once trademarked as brand names or terms Whilst some of these names are still used by brands such as Jiffy Bags Thermos and Hoover others have become so widely used that their protected status has been withdrawn Regardless of the current status however to have a brand name enter the widespread lexicon is as good an indication as any of a product which has become such a central part to everyday life for many people that they refer to it by name The humble origins of Jiffy Bags Back in 1896 Jiffy was founded as a company not to make envelopes but wood wool instead This material made from wood shavings taken directly from logs was used either as cooling for indoor boilers or in some cases stuffing for dead animals Whilst this may seem a world away from padded envelopes the reality is somewhat similar at least when the make up of early Jiffy Bags are taken into consideration Whilst now seen to be synonymous with bubble wrap the early Jiffy Bags were instead stuffed with shredded newspaper to offer protection from knocks and tumbles Whilst erring on the heavy side these Jiffy Bags offered a solution to a market which had no alternative being the only safe but cost effective way of transporting items larger than a letter but no bigger than a parcel They were also much better for the security conscious sender as it is decidedly more difficult to ascertain the contents of an envelope packaged in this fashion than if it was wrapped tightly Somewhat unsurprisingly as it had little to no competition this Jiffy Bag design proved to be immensely popular and as a result began its upward trajectory into the public s subconscious The Jiffy Bags of today look much the same as those of the 1960s but between the layers there has been a revolution thanks to bubble wrap The introduction of bubble wrap Shortly into the lifetime of the Jiffy Bag its developers realised that there was a more efficient way of padding the envelopes than using shredded paper This was solely down to bubble wrap which was itself still in its infancy Bubble wrap just like a great

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  • Packaging Supplies | Resealable Plastic Bags | Grip Seal & Polythene Bags
    will have access to the very latest guides relating to packaging and associated topics All of the content available on this area of the site has been developed with our broad range of packaging customers in mind If you would like us to create additional guides in this section then contact us to make a suggestion Posted by Richard Towey on 10 04 2014 Back to all articles Packaging supplies not just an ecommerce consideration A common misconception is that packaging supplies solely help make parcels parcels go in post boxes and online retailers are able to make ends meet While there can be no denying that products like Jiffy padded bags and postal tubes certainly lend themselves to this field there are countless uses for packaging supplies not to mention many examples of supplies themselves Every good product in this market is not only durable but versatile as well Perhaps the best example of this rule is both a household and business favourite the cardboard box Single or double wall products are ideal for packaging up something that exceeds the weight of around five kilograms Sure they re great for ecommerce firms that need to transport large products but anyone should find use in a product that keeps their larger belongings in one place People are finding all sorts of interesting and creative ways of using their packaging supplies proving they re not just for the giants of online retail Storage Cardboard boxes are great for packaging up a few large items or tens of smaller belongings but this isn t the only product that serves well in this area Postal tubes for example provide a hassle free way of storing rolls of spare wallpaper artwork and posters Small polythene bags are perfect for stashing away anything from nuts and bolts right the way to dried fruit and golf tees Larger versions can be used to keep important documents straight and stacked when in storage while the biggest are most commonly used by builders for holding materials like sand and rubble In fact if there s one thing to learn from how people are using polythene products it s that being creative can produce some wonderful results So whether they re used for keeping the pistachios away from the pecans or for the transportation of building materials packaging supplies are perfect for storing an ever increasing range of goods Presentation They say presentation is everything which is why packaging supplies are needed to lend a hand in this area too Some examples of great presentation packing include zip wallets ring binders plastic wallets and artwork bags These are used to shield transport and present the contents without the aid of direct contact from the carrier This method aims to preserve the quality of the documents inside making the products ideal for just about any person that relies on paper Artists will always need these products to showcase examples of their work while businesses and families should find use in

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  • Packaging Supplies | Resealable Plastic Bags | Grip Seal & Polythene Bags
    If you would like us to create additional guides in this section then contact us to make a suggestion Posted by Paul Smithson on 19 03 2014 Back to all articles Online ecommerce how to take your clothes store online Having an online presence these days is essential for those businesses that want to expand and find new customers and it is no different for brands in the clothes retail industry It is one thing for an established brand to spend millions on developing and updating their website but quite another for someone who has been selling their wares at a market stall or local shop to take the step up to having their own web portal Of course everyone and their uncle is using sites like eBay to sell unwanted clothes and some of the following tips will be pertinent to them too but if you are keen to make a business out of either making new clothes or trading vintage garments then it is necessary to really perfect your art to give yourself the best chance of making good money The business case for expanding online is overwhelming everyone is buying from the internet these days and it is only going to get more pronounced in the future according to analysts Research organisation Forrester predicted that online retail sales in Europe will reach 191 billion euros 164 billion by 2017 climbing significantly from 2012 s figure of 112 billion euros In the UK a compound annual growth rate of ten per cent is forecast during that time in 2012 the country accounted for 40 billion euros of trade With these kind of figures being thrown around it is no surprise that going digital is such an attractive move Your online range The most important part of your online shop is your product range it is the collection that will bring people to your webpage site and develop your reputation as a clothes designer or retailer A major factor in making the collection attractive to people however is the way that you present it While in a physical shop or market stall people can pick up a garment and feel it then hold it up against them or try it on before handing over the cash when shopping online they can do none of these things As a result it is crucial that you provide them with plenty of information This could be sizing information or notes about the material or simply a comprehensive range of pictures giving a better idea of what the garment looks like when tried on Using an auction site like eBay or an independent retail option such as Etsy is a great way of promoting your range to a wider audience but you should also think about having your own website too even if it is just a more general site detailing more about you and your shop Bear in mind that if you list something to sell online then you need to have

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  • Packaging Supplies | Resealable Plastic Bags | Grip Seal & Polythene Bags
    of the content available on this area of the site has been developed with our broad range of packaging customers in mind If you would like us to create additional guides in this section then contact us to make a suggestion Posted by Lauren Sutton on 08 03 2014 Back to all articles Save your food with resealable plastic bags Resealable plastic bags can be used for a whole host of different things They can be particularly useful for keeping small items that tend to get lost easily Buttons and hair grips are just a couple of examples of things that are frequently misplaced around the house But one of the most common uses for resealable plastic bags is for food storage How they work A staple component in lunchboxes everywhere the resealable plastic bag has long been used to keep food fresh It has a strip across the top that allows it to be opened and resealed usually several times This strip is a form of barrier protection and creates an airtight environment that is ideal for slowing down the process of mould growth With higher risk foods like bread and fresh meat a resealable bag can increase the shelf life meaning there is less food wastage The packaging may contain oxygen absorbers to prevent the growth of micro organisms which thrive when exposed to oxygen These organisms cause food to change colour and develop rancid smells The growth of bacteria can also be harmful if it s ingested causing some rather unpleasant side effects for humans Resealable plastic bags also stop any foreign bodies from contaminating the food by creating a barrier between the air and the contents This can help to cut down on the amount of germs and bacteria that are found in the air from getting onto the food If they manage to they multiply extremely quickly and expose people to some nasty stomach bugs if they are ingested Resealables in business If you run a business particularly in the food preparation industry resealable plastic bags can be a lifesaver In a busy environment like a cafe kitchen the risk of cross contamination is high If the venue offers freshly made sandwiches it s important to keep raw meat away from ready to eat ingredients These foods can naturally carry bacteria such as salmonella which is usually killed off when the raw food is cooked If they come into contact with food that is ready to eat the bacteria may spread and be ingested as it won t have been cooked off Another bonus of having resealable bags is being able to store strong smelling products like cheese and fish without spreading the odours to other foods in the refrigerator Not only will the food stay fresher for longer it will also maintain its original taste making for happier customers Catering staff will find these nifty bags useful for transporting food to different venues It can vastly cut down on potential mess as there s

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  • Packaging Supplies | Resealable Plastic Bags | Grip Seal & Polythene Bags
    Polythene Tubing PVC Shrinkfilm Heat Sealers Pac Seal Heatsealers Pro Seal Heatsealers Tarpaulins left Register Guides Welcome to the free guides section of the Speedypack website Here you will have access to the very latest guides relating to packaging and associated topics All of the content available on this area of the site has been developed with our broad range of packaging customers in mind If you would like us to create additional guides in this section then contact us to make a suggestion Posted by Ashley Curtis on 22 02 2014 Back to all articles Packaging costs versus damaged item costs Now that every budding entrepreneur or large scale multinational has the opportunity to set up an ecommerce store quickly and easily it is no surprise that online is becoming the avenue of choice for retailers looking to sell their wares However just like every other aspect of business there are risks to be taken With these risks comes potential brand and reputation damage along with financial loss The packaging and delivery aspect of an ecommerce business is no different Cheap but not cheerful The convenience of being able to shop via the internet and get items ordered to your home is one of the reasons why digital shopping has become so widespread The ease of clicking a button and waiting a day or two for a parcel package or envelope is unrivalled making online one of the most popular platforms for purchases However for retailers it is not so simple especially when it comes to sending a product Consumers fully expect their goods to reach them in perfect condition so the onus is on the retailer to ensure this expectation is met If their goods are not in an acceptable condition the retailer should expect a complaint from the customer For example Let s create an imaginary small clothing e retailer which charges customers 10 for a printed t shirt and 4 for delivery This is at a cost of 5 for the t shirt 20p for packaging and 2 20 for the business post If a firm sends out ten t shirts the business cost will be 74 and the customer spend will be 140 leaving 66 profit However if three customers receive their items damaged the business may have to dip into their profit in order to reimburse the customer If the t shirt is damaged in transit then Royal Mail will pay compensation to the customer as per their terms and conditions but the business will have to print another t shirt at a cost of 5 place in packaging at 20p and re send at 2 20 Multiplying this amount by three will cost 22 20 33 6 per cent of profit from ten sales With Royal Mail the sender and recipient can both claim compensation for a damaged item within an 80 day limit done via a damage and loss form available on their website but only one party is paid compensation There

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