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Topic # 114535 22-Feb-2013 16:49
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I refer to http://www.boxcity.com/scripts/prodList.asp?idCategory=129.

Does anyone know of a store in NZ (and where possibly, orders can be placed online) that has the above product A4 sized?

Warehouse Stationery and OfficeMax do not stock it.

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  Reply # 767790 22-Feb-2013 17:22
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If you listed something about the product in the subject line your would get more people looking and maybe the right people looking...

Even your post doesn't say anything about what the product is - you just link to a page somewhere

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  Reply # 767791 22-Feb-2013 17:23
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I have hyperlinked the product link. But StevieT if you are asking for help from others you could at least make it easier for others to follow the link to help you - a product description and proper link to the product would help heaps to get more responses. Otherwise it's just lack of consideration to people who you are asking for free advice.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 767795 22-Feb-2013 17:31
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You could always contact these guys in Auckland.  It isn't clear from your link exactly what you are after but the link below provides info on different grades of corrugated cardboard (which appears to be what you are after), and QBB supply sheets, cut to order etc.  How expensive?? Who knows - call and find out??!! Wink

http://quickbrownbox.co.nz/corrugated-cardboard-grades/





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  Reply # 767803 22-Feb-2013 17:43
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Its quite clear what the product is - all of them are corrugated pads, just in different sizes.

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  Reply # 767826 22-Feb-2013 18:29
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http://www.shardlow.co.nz/

I get all sorts of packaging stuff from them, I'd flick them a quick email.

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  Reply # 767827 22-Feb-2013 18:30
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StevieT: Its quite clear what the product is - all of them are corrugated pads, just in different sizes.


yes, other than the broken link in the opening post, it was fairly obvious to me what you're after.

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