Avery® Colored Shipping Tags - 4.75" Length x 2.37" Width - 1000 / Box - Yellow
Item Number: AVE12325
Our Price: $41.76 / BX (savings $15.44)
Quantity in Stock: 157
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- Strong in both construction and color; bright hues stand out to make locating information easy
- Reinforced hole provides extra strength so the tag stays securely bound without ripping; unstrung
- Tag Size: 4-3/4" x 2-3/8"
- 1000 / Box
Unstrung shipping tags are strong in both construction and color. Their bright hue stands out to make it simple to locate shipping information and is light enough to make the information easily legible. A reinforced eyelet provides extra strength so the tag doesn't rip free of its fastening during shipment. Each tag comes unstrung to allow you to fasten it using your preferred means of attachment, whether string, wire, plastic or another method.
Manufacturer Part Number: 12325
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.avery.com
Product Name: Colored Shipping Tags
Packaged Quantity: 1000 / Box
Tag Length: 4.75"
Tag Width: 2.37"
Additional Information: Unstrung
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