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When it comes to branding and company image, packaging is everything. One only has to look at the likes of Rolex, Louis Vuitton, and Chanel, who all wrap their designer products in high quality wrapping papers, film, and boxes before placing them into a premium paper carrier bag, to see how important it really is.

In times of austerity, a luxurious paper carrier bag can make all the difference to your consumers shopping experience, and so if you would like to upgrade your current packaging solution to something of higher quality, our Premium Carrier Bag FAQ may help you decide:

What are Premium Paper Carrier Bags?

Unlike mass-produced brown paper bags, premium carrier bags are made from a high-quality coated board and finished by hand. Both the handles and the base of the bag are reinforced, and the bags are available with a laminated or un-laminated finish.

What Print Finishes are Available?

When it comes to designing premium paper carrier bags, the possibilities are endless. Gloss and Matt lamination, Foil blocking, Embossing, Debossing, and UV Varnish are just some of the options available, so it is easy to create a range of bags as unique as the products you sell.

What type of Handles are Available?

We currently offer three different types of handles for our premium paper carrier bags – Rope, Ribbon and Dye Cut.

Are Premium Paper Carrier Bags Produced in the UK?

Yes, it is possible to have your premium carrier bags produced in the UK, and the turn-around times are usually much faster than those sourced from Europe and the Far East are. In addition, those produced in this country require less transportation and are therefore kinder on the environment.

Are Premium Paper Bags only for High End Retailers?

No, premium carrier bags are suitable for all types of businesses. They are strong enough to hold heavier objects and sturdy enough to protect items that are more delicate.

If you would like any more information about our range of Carrier Bags or want to speak with one of our Sales team please call 01234 675101 or fill in the contact form at the top of this page.