Quality Park Open-End Poly Expansion Mailers - Expansion - 11" Width x 13" Length - 2" Gusset - Self
Item Number: QUA46390
Our Price: $58.95 / CT (savings $47.98)
Quantity in Stock: 121
- Open-end design is durable and moisture-resistant
- Ideal for bulky mailings
- White polyethylene with Redi-Strip closure
- 100 / Carton
- Size: 11" x 13" x 2"
Open-end Poly Expansion Mailers are durable and moisture-resistant. Ideal for bulky mailings. High-density polyethylene construction is far stronger than paper and a convenient Redi-Strip closure. Simply peel strip off and fold flap closed. Pressure-sensitive gum forms permanent bond.
Manufacturer: Quality Park Products
Manufacturer Part Number: 46390
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.qualitypark.com
Product Name: Open-End Poly Expansion Mailers
Packaged Quantity: 100 / Carton
Mailer/Envelope Type: Expansion
Mailer/Envelope Width: 11"
Mailer/Envelope Length: 13"
Mailer/Envelope Gusset: 2"
Closure Type: Self-sealing
Closure Side: Open End
Features: Pressure Sensitive,Moisture Resistant
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