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Quickmail’s Print Services are almost endless, including;

– Digital Print
– Offset Print
– Inkjet Print
– Colour Variable Print
– Bulk Envelopes
– Full Colour Variable Envelopes
– Brochures
– Flyers
– Postcards
– Booklets
– Business Cards
– NCR Books
– AGM & NOM Printing

 

Quickmail have a full suite of digital printers, inkjetters and envelope printers. Our experienced machine operators are experts in variable print, spot colour matching and large complex print runs. We can supply a range of envelopes from 1 full colour to 100,000 mono of any size.

 

Digital Print On Demand
Our complete range of digital colour presses allow your business to print on demand. Flyers, booklets and brochures can be printed with a short turn around time whilst keeping the highest level of quality.

 

Our Print & Mail Portal Quickmail Manager is perfect for companies who send regular mail or order print items on a regular basis. Quickmail Manager is your own online store with instant pricing, order tracking and the ability to upload data files for mail outs.

 

Variable Data Printing
Variable data printing is a form of digital printing in which elements of the document such as names, account numbers and even images, change for each contact. You can utilise our powerful variable print software and expert team to create engaging and personal messages.

 

Colour Envelope Printing
Print on coloured and textured envelopes with our full colour envelope printers. Each print can achieve variable data addressing and colourful high impact graphics. We can also supply a range of envelopes.

 

Print Management

Let us be your one-stop-shop for all your design and printing needs. Our Print Management Service offers advice on all aspects of the print and distribution process, graphic design, handling and preparation of Print Ready artwork, delivery of hard copy or electronic proofs and delivery of stock to your nominated point. We do all of this whilst ensuring you get the best print price possible and that timelines are met as promised.

 

 

If you’re about to supply us with artwork, please read through these guidelines.

 

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DHL in New Zealand sent prospects the world's largest direct mail package - an envelope over 3 feet by 2 feet!

Think of ways to make your package the most intriguing, the most provocative, the most unusual one that your prospect will receive that week!
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7 Reasons to Use Direct Mail

1. THE MAIL MOMENT
Direct mail enters an individual’s home and is consumed on a one-to-one basis. This gives you much more time with your customer, time to engage them in a relaxed environment
at a time of their choosing.

2. SENSORY EXPERIENCE
The physicality of a mailing adds another dimension to the brand experience. Using your customers’ senses, you can stimulate and entertain, getting them to reassess your
brand and drive response.

3. PRECISION TARGETING
Direct marketing works best when it’s made relevant for the recipient, with tailor-made content appealing directly to the consumer. New digital printing technology can make this
personalisation even easier.

4. MAKE PEOPLE ACT
Direct mail is the most likely form of communication to get a response from a customer, with the cost of every response
measured with accuracy. As it’s a tangible object, DM is also likely to hang around.

5. EFFECTIVENESS
Reports have demonstrated the enduring effectiveness of direct mail, with the Direct Mail Association stating 65% of consumers
of all ages have made a purchase as a result of direct mail.

6. GET CREATIVE
Direct mail is unique in that mailings can be produced in a wide variety of formats, using different shapes, sizes, colours and materials to create a surprising and memorable brand experience that will stay in the home for weeks and even months.

7. INTEGRATION
Adding direct mail to an integrated campaign can raise the campaign’s effectiveness by up to 62% (BrandScience), while bridging technologies such as QR codes and augmented reality make it simple for consumers to go from print to digital.

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