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What are the Best Types of Utility Mailers?
Have you ever had a package damaged in the mail? If you have then you know how frustrating it can be, especially if you didn’t have shipping insurance. Most times though, damage can occur because the item shipped wasn’t packaged correctly.
By: Packaging Supplies
PackagingSupplies.com opened their doors in 1998. Ever since then, they have dedicated themselves to bringing customers the best and highest quality shipping products at the lowest possible prices. Being an online wholesale retailer they understand the importance of fast and reliable service. That is why they have distribution centers all over the U.S. including: Dallas, L.A., New York, Chicago, Greenville, and Cleveland. PackagingSupplies.com makes it their priority to put their customer first and is there to assist them with their every packaging need!
Even though PackagingSupplies.com has dozens of different types of shipping envelopes, their most protective envelopes are the Utility Mailers.
The utility mailers come in 7 different styles and at various sizes. The 4 options on these are the Kraft utility mailers, white bubble mailers, white poly bubble mailers, and decorative bubble mailers. All of the bubble mailers have a 3/16” thick bubble lining that protects against damage. Because this envelope is made from air bubbles it is about 60% to 70% lighter than most envelopes, which will help save you in shipping costs! All of these envelopes are sold in bulk and come by the case. Quantity of bubble mailers and price per case will depend upon the type of bubble mailer, the size, and (for price only) quantity of cases ordered.
If you are interested in the utility mailers then you won’t be disappointed. These envelopes come in 3 different styles and also in numerous sizes. They all are cushioned with a paper fiber padding and have double fold corners and a double glued flap that increases its strength and edge protection. All of these envelopes are self-sealing eliminating the need for tape. Just like the bubble mailers, these envelopes are sold in bulk and come at amazingly low wholesale prices.