Mediamailing Company Blog

January 12, 2007

Book Packaging

Filed under: amazon, Book Mailers, packaging — mediamailing @ 2:40 pm

Mediamailing are pleased to announce the forthcoming release of our new range of Wrapro Book Mailers.

Since joining Amazon in December 2006, we have already been inundated with requests from fellow users, and internet retailers to launch our Wrapro mailer for Books.

Well, how could we not listen? (after all, we are going to do them anyway!)

With the almost overnight success of our CD Mailers, DVD Mailers and Record Mailers, we hope this popularity continues into our new forthcoming products.

Packaging for books is often a debatable issue, reading many blogs and posts from worldwide users, we recognise that there is a demand for off the shelf solutions.

Everyone has their own method for packaging books, some prefer to use a bog standard padded mailer, some go to town with over engineering a pack from scrap materials laying around. We hope the tried and test Wrapro style mailer will provide a retailer with a fast, efficient and reliable method to packing their books.

We would love to hear from anyone who is interested in this future product – we will be posting more information when we have it.

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1 Comment »

  1. YES!

    We need a good, reasonably priced and easy to use mailer for standard print-on-demand book sizes!

    I’m sure there are many more potential customers. Perhaps you could partner with Lulu and other “POD” printers.

    Comment by jimbouchard — September 6, 2007 @ 6:54 pm


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