We know that quality counts – call us to find out how effective, direct mail marketing and fulfilment can benefit your business
Direct mail is a highly effective form of marketing, enabling you to specifically target both new and existing customers. In2print offers a complete direct mail and fulfilment service.
We’re able to produce a full range of direct marketing material from letters and postcards, to fully personalised vouchers and brochures. We can also arrange to add finishing touches to your direct mail materials by hand, to help you make an even greater impression on your recipients. We save you time, resources and money by acting as your single point of contact, to communicate your charitable appeal or marketing messages to your customers and prospects.
Our commitment to providing an exceptional and reliable service means we employ a secure server to store customer data in password-protected files. In2print direct mail operates as an extension of your business, with assured standards of excellence in accuracy and quality.
We offer great outsourcing solutions for your storage and fulfilment needs. They are designed to reduce your overheads, keep costs down and increase your profitability.
Whether we are talking a simple envelope or packet, to a multi-drop delivery or dedicated warehouses for your online and offline orders, we have got it covered. 24/5 security, regular stock checks and traceable fulfilment projects through our ISO procedures complete the package.
We pride ourselves on attention to detail to ensure accuracy within our mailing department so that you can rest assured that your work is in safe hands!
For advice on any aspect of direct mail, please contact our specialist team, on 01242 295555.
In2print are definitely the “go to” company for small mailings. Their blend of litho and digital presses with the machine and hand enclosing services, enable them to deliver just about all formats of pack at economic costs. Combined with their friendly and professional approach, It is a joy to work with them.Dave Butler