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Topic # 246709 18-Feb-2019 15:54
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Does anyone know of a NZ company that can supply those yellow padded envelopes in bulk (200-500)?

 

I currently get them from overseas but the damage/long ship times and aren't ideal.

 

I'm looking for envelopes around 25x15cm (ex flap), a tad larger then DLE size.

 

 

 

I can only find suppliers here that do those thin single layer plastic envelopes (or really expensive branded ones).

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2182073 18-Feb-2019 16:15
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Try Polycell we use them for other packaging but know they do similar to your photo.


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  Reply # 2182076 18-Feb-2019 16:15
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$0.11 cents each on TM

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2182078 18-Feb-2019 16:16
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Sealed air is another although they wont sell you 500pc's, you will need to go to a reseller such as Snell Packaging




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  Reply # 2182215 18-Feb-2019 19:37
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Thanks for the suggestions guys! I'll get in contact with them tomorrow and see how it goes.

 

As for the TM one, it does look like a good option, though a little more expensive when you include shipping, but will keep it as a backup option, thank you for the find!


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  Reply # 2183232 18-Feb-2019 20:33
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http://www.cpsonline.co.nz/store/sp_listOneCategory.asp?idCategory=1F&familyname=PROTECTIVE&cpsCat=POSTIE%20BAG


Not sure if it’s the same thing,

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