When you think of ""mail"", it's easy to imagine a generic association with handwritten letters and notices tucked in envelopes, but mail doesn't come in just 1 universal size. Office mail is diverse, coming in a variety of sizes, weights and fragility levels. Whether your company needs to send big, heavy packages across the country or ship a few items to a nearby client, there are plenty of small shipping boxes, corrugated mailers, tubes and literature mailers to accommodate any company need.
The size of a mailer will dictate what type of items it can hold. Consider the width, length and depth of a shipping box to determine if it will properly fit certain items. Certain corrugated mailers are designed specifically to hold select items, such as photos, documents, binders and literature, while small and large shipping boxes are meant for universal use. Mailing bags and envelopes make it easy to insert and remove items and generally feature some type of padded or foam-lined interior to prevent scratching or damaging stored contents during transit.
Most office workers and mailroom employees aren't master assemblers. Thanks to small and large shipping boxes with easy-to-assemble, 1-piece designs, they don't have to be. A shipping box generally comes flat to help conserve storage space and can be assembled within seconds without the use of tape or any other adhesive with simple folding movements. Select a shipping box with a peel-strip or tear-strip closure for quick, hassle-free sealing.