how does everyone wrap corflute (correx) signs for couriers?
I have a new customer who orders a lot of individual corflute signs for me to courier to different addresses around the country.
Often, wrapping up the sign takes longer and costs more than making the sign in the first place.
I try to reuse plastic and bubblewrap, I have now pretty much used up all the packaging material that I had stored for this purpose, I am going to have to fork out for materials.
I find customers here tend to object to paying the proper price for packaging, it being regarded (here in NZ, anyway,) as a “free” service. The going rate is the price of the courier rounded up to the nearest ten bucks.
I charge them a premium for individual corflute signs with a very fast turnaround, but I am having trouble bringing myself to charge properly for the packing and shipping part of the job.
So. Cheapest and quickest way to wrap a corflute sign anybody?
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