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Buy postal tubes from Kite Packaging to safely mail your posters and artwork – in
fact anything that can be rolled! A simple yet effective concept, poster tubes reduce
both package size and postal costs as well as protecting your picture.
Available in a range of sizes, our cardboard poster tubes safeguard your artwork
from becoming creased and ripped during transit or in storage. Cardboard postal
tubes provide all round protection, and can be used time and again. Cardboard tubes
are not just for posters, charts, artwork and maps, a postal tube can be used to
store or mail any long cylindrical object.
All postal tubes available at Kite Packaging are manufactured with a strong brown
Kraft outer, which gives a heavier duty finish and improved appearance to the recycled
grades used by many of our competitors.
All our tubes are supplied with white polyethylene end caps, which are made to fit
tightly to ensure the contents remain secure in transit. The length of each tube
shown in the table above is the total length of the tube. When using the end caps
that are supplied with the tubes, this will reduce the overall useable length.
Please allow the following lengths for each
Our postal tubes come in a variety of lengths and diameters.
Our mid-range sizes are ideal for A3, A2 or A1 posters.
All sizes include plastic end caps.
Extra large tubes can be used to protect banners and long objects such as golf clubs and fishing rods.
Royal Mail base their postal charges on size as well as weight, and have recently introduced some new sizes. Ensure you keep your postage costs to a minimum by selecting the most suitable products from our range.
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Postal boxes and mailers designed for every mailing requirement.
Designed to secure documentation (invoices, delivery notes etc.) to the outside of packages.
General purpose polypropylene and PVC tapes for sealing boxes.
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