Vision Paper and Board introduces mixed pallets service

Vision Paper and Board has introduced a new service which will see it offer a ream-wrapped range of products to complement its bulk-packed portfolio.

Starting with immediate effect, UK printers are able to order as little as a few reams per product from the paper merchant. Mixed pallets are available in both ream-wrapped and bulk-packed stock.

There is a minimum order of 750kgs, which can be made up of several mixed products, and it is available for guaranteed next-day delivery.

Commercial director Ian Pentland said: “Throughout the years we have delivered multiple bulk pallet and bespoke makings to our customers. In addition we can now offer smaller quantities.

“Our minimum order is 750kg and we can also split the exact quantity from bulk-packed pallets which will save time and money without any additional cost of unwrapping many reams.”

The service applies across the firm’s product portfolio including coated, offset, pre-print, pulpboard, copier, digital, folding boxboard and greetings card board.

As part of the Middleton Paper Group, which recently announced a multimillion-pound investment plan including new equipment, increased stockholding and a new fleet of vehicles, Vision Paper and Board supplies the UK market with more than 70,000 tonnes of paper per year.

The business has also recently extended its Celerbr8 Solo Occasions FSC board and Verdanna Offset ranges, added Double A Premium business paper to its range and become the exclusive UK sheeter of PankaBrite quality boxboard.

Vision Paper and Board supplies products to a varied customer base including commercial print, publishing, print management and the graphical and packaging board sectors. It also supplies business papers to stationers, wholesalers and education authorities.

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