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Best place to buy packaging material?

Discussion in 'Logistics - Payment & Shipping' started by RayBanUK, Jan 15, 2003.

  1. RayBanUK

    RayBanUK

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    Im not sure if I can ask this in here, but since giving my new business venture a real shot, I have been inundated with packaging goods (guess you guys have been here b4!) but whats worse is, Im paying full retail price for packaging at the moment.

    Does anyone know where to get things like padded bubble lined envelopes and inkjet labels from for cheap? Any recommendation would be hugely appreciated!

    Thanks!
  2. Richard

    Richard

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    Hi Ray

    When I was selling on eBay, I used to buy my jiffy bags etc from another eBay seller - 'lancashire-lass' - good prices and very quick/reliable. I have just checked and she is still selling with a feedback rating of over 2500 (5000 including repeat business) and not a single negative!

    If you are selling larger items that need boxing up, I would strongly recommend investing in a decent paper shredder. Shredded waste paper makes excellent packing material and you will save a fortune on bubble wrap and poly chips.

    Best regards

    Richard
    TheTrader
  3. RayBanUK

    RayBanUK

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    Thanks a lot for the advice Richard. I have just placed my first order with her and she is very friendly and helpful! Beats Office World and Staples any day!

    Regards,
    Ray
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