Polywrapping / Polybagging Services for the Distribution and Direct Mail Industry Our machinery can accommodate up to 8 individual pieces inserted within a single polybag. Speeds are rated at 10,000 packages per hour so we are able to package up to 80,000 packages per machine in a day. The packages are tightly sealed and have a sleek finish. We can offer:
Large volume projects
Small volume jobs
Same day service
Odd shaped products
Our east coast facility is located in Lakewood, NJ with easy access to the Garden State Parkway and I-95.
Please contact us to discuss your project or submit at quote request with the form below.
MailPak Polybagging Services 1-(800)407-1967
501 Prospect St #105A Lakewood,NJ 08701
First Line's Capabilities Buhrs 3000 Polywrapping Machine
Maximum size magazine: 11" x 17"
Minimum size magazine: 4" x 5"
Maximum thickness: 2"
Cover opener right after shuttle feeder - 30% slowdown
Can randomly plow open perfect bound magazines to insert a card - 30% slowdown
Can randomly plow open saddle stitched magazines to insert a card - 35% slowdown; minimum of 50 pages
Machine has 6 rotary feeders
Shuttle feeder in 1rst position
Label Air application to book or to poly
Ink jet printing to book or poly 2" maximum height
Minimum onset size 3" x 4"
Onsets smaller than host piece not on seam side of poly will be accessed a slowdown
Side shuttle option for 3 books
Poly gauge can range from 0.001 mil to 0.004 mil
Flexibility Turnaround periods depend on volume, schedule, and complexity. Normal production lead times are between 3 to 5 days.Special same day services can be accommodated as well. Collation and Assembly We perform automated collation of catalogs, magazines, brochures, newsletters, CD's, product samples, etc. to the specifications of our customers. In addition, we have a handwork area for assembling specialty packages that cannot be automated.
Automated Equipment Our specialty is collating, poly-wrapping, addressing and mailing magazines, catalogs, brochures, newsletters, etc. We have the capability to either paper label or ink jet address (with messaging) either on the poly or on the printed piece.
Quality Control Beginning with the check in point and ending with the final loading, MailPak employees are constantly checking for accuracy & quality.