Usually, we can offer as little as 10,000 pcs on paper bags and large plastic bags, however the smaller the bag or pouch size, the higher the MOQ will be to allow enough materials for the machine set up and cover wastage.
Frequently Asked Questions
They are the printing tools used to print each colour of the design.
Cylinders are used in Rotogravure printing and are engraved metal rolls.
Plates are used in Flexo printing and made of polymer sheets fitted onto drums.
We can print up to 8 or 9 colours in Flexography for paper bags and up to 8 or 10 colours in
Rotogravure for plastic bags, including the white backing layer and the surface varnishes.
For paper bags, we usually can deliver within 8-10 weeks for new designs and 6-8 for reprints.
For plastic bags, we usually can deliver within 10-12 weeks for new designs and 8-10 weeks for reprints.
Lead times always start from order confirmation and artwork approval, not artwork release.
All our orders are bespoke and made to order so we do not hold any stocks, however from time to time we might have some left over stocks from unprinted orders, which we can offer to customers who require small quantities as a one-off.
We can offer a range of stock holding services to suit your individual requirements.
Our usual trading terms are 30 days net from invoice.
All our orders are insured as a standard policy to protect our customers and ourselves.
We also have a recovery plan in place to make sure that we can supply our customers in case of emergency situations or natural disasters such as fire or flood.
We are BRC accredited and our partner manufacturing sites have BRC as a minimum requirement. All packaging that is intended for direct food contact is supplied with full certificates to ensure compliance.
We have a range of environmentally friendly and recyclable options at our disposal to suit various applications. We consider all aspects of the materials and intended use when making recommendations.
Yes. As a key packaging supplier to food packers, Law Print immediately put into place a contingency plan to face the ongoing situation and make sure there is none or little disruption to the supply chain.
No, all our manufacturing sites are able to take orders on but are working at increased or full capacity, so we ask all customers to allow a minimum of 12 weeks lead time for their requirements.
Safety measures have also been taken at the factories so we do not foresee any reasons why production would be affected.
Ideally, we ask that our customers allow 12 weeks to allow for unforeseen delays in shipping rather production.
No. We protect ourselves by forward purchasing currencies which allows us to maintain price levels and ensure stability to our customers.
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