Switch your typical polymer-based bubble envelopes to 100% curbside recyclable mailers. This protective packaging is still durable and reliable, even though customers can toss them in mixed paper curbside bins.
Mailers can also replace corrugated cardboard boxes. This can help reduce the amount of void fill needed within the packaging. Due to their lighter weight, smaller size, and ability to be malleable yet protective, they’ll lessen your DIM weight and save the customer shipping costs.
Recyclable mailers come in a variety of sizes and cushion levels, making them ideal for e-commerce business. They can help deliver items such as electronics, clothing, jewelry, books, vitamins, documents, and more safely to the buyer.
To learn more about curbside recyclable mailers, contact a Hughes packaging professional today.
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Curbside recyclable mailers
- Incredibly protective
- Uses HexcelPack paper technology instead of polymer-based materials
- Made from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) certified paper
- Perfect for e-commerce
- Manufactured in the USA
- Tough on the outside with protective cushioning on the inside
- Heavy-duty construction
- Uniform inner padding
- Strong bottom flap due to double-fold/double-glue
- Natural brown kraft
- Available with self-sealing strip
- Available in a variety of sizes
- Certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative
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