Friday, June 14, 2024

Kite launches redesigned large letter postal boxes

Kite Packaging, an award-winning UK packaging supplier, recently upgraded their large letter postal boxes for enhanced performance and security. The boxes are now offered as part of a package along with euro slot hang tabs, also known as hanging tabs.

Available in eight sizes, these boxes cater towards everything from gift cards and small jewellery to A4 documents or certificates. Their slim yet sturdy, single wall corrugation offers rigid protection to many items while fitting Royal Mail’s PiP Large Letter and Small Parcel specifications. This minimises and regulates postal costs, enabling businesses to maximise their overall profits.

Engineered to withstand the rigors of transit, their sturdy construction offers greater resistance against knocks and bumps when compared to bubble mailers or envelopes. This is thanks to a larger outer flap which wraps around part of the box, providing extra security while an integrated peel-&-seal strip makes for effortless, plastic-free seals.

Kite’s large letter and small parcel boxes are fully kerbside recyclable and biodegradable, aiding responsible disposal. They are available to purchase as part of a package with euro slot hang tabs. A great point-of-sale product, these hanging tabs help increase product visibility. They are suitable for most retail pack size and materials, offering a high tack solution that adheres to even the most difficult surfaces.

Find out more at www.kitepackaging.co.uk.

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