DLX Envelope Range
Commercial envelopes for manual or machine inserting.
Manufactured in Australia by an Australian owned company.
Standard window face (dimensions of window 90mm x 29mm)
Barcode window face (dimensions of window 90mm x 38mm)
DLX Envelope dimensions 235mm x 120mm
Overprinted in black & white or full colour.
Most common sizes are 11B, DL, DLX, C5 & C4 envelopes.
Please contact us for other sizes.
Front of envelope overprinting only.
Please contact us if both sides of envelope for custom pricing.
100 pages. Full colour cover on 300gsm satin stock, HQ digital laser print. Black & white internals on 80gsm, HQ digital laser print. Scored, folded and saddle stitched to A4.
High Quality Offset Print.
Various stocks and options available.
When there is no price visible please contact Mark on 0419 728 758 for a manual quote!
Fast turnaround options available upon request.
Postage – Regular Mail Full Price
Australia Post Regular Mail 2-6 business days^ depending on destination. Letter size and weight guidelines. We classify a letter as an item that: weighs less than 500g is no thicker than 20mm contains flexible items – nothing rigid or inflexible … Read More
Multi-Branded A4 Letter mail out
For businesses with multiple brands who need to communicate with customers or stakeholders. This is a variable image and text merge allowing for very customer specific information to be created. Database can include personalised customer text and images such as … Read More
Database Processing – Basic
Basic processing of client supplied database. Set up of merge fields on envelope or letterhead. Supply proofs for approval. We only supply the first 10 records for proofing, however if you require the full proof please advise.
Plain DLX Envelopes
Plain DLX Envelopes.
- 90gsm white stock
- Barcode Window Face
- Lick ‘n Stick Seal
- Perfect for machine inserting
- In boxes of 500 only
- Australian owned manufacturer
- Australian made envelopes
Please contact Mark for envelopes of other sizes.
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