Royal Mail new Small Parcel Boxes for sale

By Chris Dawson October 20, 2014 - 7:14 am

All Pack Solutions Royal Mail Small Parcel BoxAll-Pack Solutions offer a range of boxes that comply with the Royal Mail sizing, as well as a full range of packaging materials, all of which can be found on their website, eBay and Amazon.

Today they have announced a new box size which has been specifically designed to fall within the new Royal Mail Small Parcel format, having an external dimension of 450x350x160mm (45x35x16cm), and an internal usable dimension of 445x335x155mm (44.5×33.5×15.5cm).

Special offer for Tamebay readers

To celebrate the launch of this size All-Pack Solutions are offering Tamebay readers an exclusive 10% discount on all orders over £50 from their website and eBay store until the end of November. On their website just select the Offer Codes radio button and enter TAMEBAY into the Code box during checkout.

For eBay, customers the discount will be automatically applied at checkout but only by following this link (NB you must click this link to get the discount on eBay, if you use other links to eBay then the discount will not be applied).

The maximum weight for the Small Parcel format is 2kg and you will need to take the weight of the carton into account to ensure your parcel qualifies. All-Pack Solutions boxes weigh approximately 280 grams. Remember to double check the total parcel weight prior to posting.

All-Pack Solutions’s range of postal boxes are made in the UK and are delivered flat-packed for self-assembly and just require parcel tape which is available separately in their shop.

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