Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Pressure Seal Mailers

Distributors can add value to their services by offering new document flow strategies. One method that's been around for a while and is increasingly popular in stat-of-the-art mail rooms is self-mailers. Pressure seal, the latest version of self-mailers, has emerged as an efficient alternative to folding and inserting.

Pressure seal mailers are laser-printable forms with a pre-applied cohesive glue line around the form's edges. Once the form is folded, thee glue patterns line up on all sides, and the form is sealed by pressure. This creates a folded document sealed on four sides that's ready to mail without an envelope conforming to U.S. Postal Service regulations.

Companies looking for a fast, reliable, low-cost alternative are opting for pressure seal, which is ideal for a broad range of applications. For example, the process is used in checks for payroll, accounts payable, refunds and settlements. Pressure seal mailers can incorporate various security features, including imprints, watermarks and serial numbers. The checks require less manual handling and limit access to classified information. Pressure seal also is used for tax forms such as 1099s and W-2s. These security-sensitive mailings are difficult to handle on most folder inserters because of form and envelope design. Other popular uses of pressure seal include PIN codes, renewal or appointment notices, packing slips, class schedules, lab reports, statements and invoices.

Shop for Pressure Seal Mailers at Factory Express

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