Paperwrapping Using State of the Art Sitma Machines
Recently installed the New Sitma 1005 I series machine capable of running up to 12k per hour with a pack thickness of up to 50mm.
The machine is fitted with a shuttle & 9 rotary feeders, giving us the ability to feed 10 x A4 products and up to 19 x A5 products.
The machine has been retrofitted at the manufacture to give us a tighter pack than standard machines as well as trim off knives to allow us to get standardised paper
but on varying pack size, ideal for small run printed wrap.
First impressions matter!
Your customer receives your publication in personalised Paper wrap, it will send out the right message that you are Eco Friendly.
Take advantage of all the extra marketing you are able to have from printing on your Wrap or use it as an extra stream of revenue.
eco-friendly and recyclable (supports ISO14001)
The paper used for our paper magazine wrap solution is FSC and PEFC certified. Unlike polywrap, paper wrap packaging is easily recycled after use. Therefore, its sustainable lifecycle will support any environmental commitments associated with CSR policies or ISO14001 efforts.
Endless design and
promotional opportunities on the outer wrap
Paper magazine wrap can accommodate any design a client desires, as long as the areas for postal addresses and the postal indicia adhere to Royal Mail’s postage requirements. From plain block colours to intricate designs and photos, the possibilities are endless.
Can accommodate different size communications
(such as A3 and A6)
Typical wraps are A4 and A5, however, our solution can wrap the largest insert if it a bespoke size, enclosing all other inserts neatly into the pack.
Packs are eligible for Royal Mail’s (cost-effective) Mailmark® service
Paper wrap packs are easier to process by Royal Mails machines (polywrap and eco-alternatives are not) and therefore is subject to the cheaper Mailsort options, which reduce postal costs.
“It’s no surprise that organisations that have a strong conservation ethos are looking at paper wrap as an alternative solution to polywrap. However, we are getting enquiries from all types of organisations who are exploring the switch in a response to reader feedback, readers who don’t want to see plastic used at all.”
With paperwrapping being fairly new technology, we are proud to be one of the few suppliers to offer this service to our customers.
We aim to be as flexible as possible to meet your needs, be it for the Direct Mail or Publishing sectors.