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November 6, 2008

Pricing in Proportion (PiP) Packaging Launched

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Pricing in Proportion

Pricing in Proportion

Since its introduction in August 2006, the Royal Mail’s Pricing in Proportion structure, shook up the way the people of the UK send their mail.

Post would not only be charged by weight, but from then on, be also priced by its size.

This lead to confusion amongst the general public on how to package their post properly, and essentially cost small and large businesses alike, time and money in checking sizes to fit in with the new guidelines (or avoid them!)

To assist people sending their post in the UK, Mediamailing has launched their very own postal solution to ease the need of measuring parcels and packages by providing a mailing solution sized exactly to Royal Mail’s “Large Letter” format. This fixed size mailer maximises the space allowed for mail and still falls within the criteria of a “Large Letter”, therefore saving money to the sender.

Rigid in contruction, lightweight and self sealing, the mailer is proving a great benefit to the general public and large businesses.

Check out the mailers online today at www.mediamailing.com

or directly here:

http://www.mediamailing.com/component/page,shop.browse/category_id,7/option,com_virtuemart/Itemid,26/

Large Letter PIP

Medmailing Pricing in Proportion Packaging : Large Letter PIP

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