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Quickmail offer a range of quality services for our Trade Partners including Printers, Marketers, Agencies & Designers.

 

Our trade services can add value to your business as partnering with Quickmail will allow your business to access our advanced mailing hardware and software, as well as our experienced staff and knowledge base. We can put the finishing touches on any job including DPID barcoding, manual processing and complex variable data design.

 

Quickmail are an Australia Post Bulk Mail Partner with strict quality procedures. We have invested heavily in our infrastructure and software to ensure we offer a broad range of services. You can rest assured that your job will be completed to the highest standard and that Quickmail will keep your client information secure at all times.

 

Our range of Trade Services include;
– Bulk mail preparation and lodgement including ensuring maximum postal discounts
– Unaddressed mail booking and lodgement
– Transactional mail set up, programming and print
– Complex document and data design including washing, merging, deduplicating and sorting
– Manual handline and mail processing
– Plastic wrapping and envelope inserting
– Bundling
– Digital, offset and inkjet print
– Overprinting of flyers, postcards and envelopes
– Supply and print of bulk envelopes
– Return mail management
– AGM & NOM printing and mailing
– Web/App development

 

Talk with one of our knowledgable staff about how we can partner with your Trade Business to assist you increase your service offering and profitability.

 

We have a range of eBooks that are specifically designed to help you with understanding how best to target your customers. Click here to see our eBooks.

 

If you’d like to partner with Quickmail to increase your sales, offering and profitability, we can send you a folder with all the essential information to mailing.

 

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