¿Cómo se dice “packing list”?
By Maggie DeWitt
¿Hablas español? Chances are some of your customers do, as well as some of the individuals they serve. In fact, as of 1998, the United States had the fifth largest Hispanic population—approximately 30 million people—according to research by American Demographics. California alone had 5.5 million people who spoke Spanish at home. Other states with high Spanish-speaking populations included Texas (3.4 million), New York (1.8 million) and Florida (1.5 million).
With this in mind, November’s mystery product can help develop new sales opportunities for distributors. Check out the following clues to guess what the product is:
• It adds value to a common item used in warehouses and shipping departments.
• It is a self-adhering product constructed from blended polyethylene.
• It ensures clear communication in identifying vital documentation.
mystery product revealed
Headquartered in Holbrook, Mass., Jannel Packaging offers bilingual packing list envelopes, featuring the familiar bright orange field displaying black typeface, reading “packing list enclosed” and “invoice enclosed” in Spanish and English. The product is also available in French-English and Portuguese-English styles, and the translations are the most universally accepted throughout the Americas.
The self-adhering packing list envelopes are made from a blended polyethylene in two standard sizes: 4½x5½" with a side opening, and 7x5½" with an opening at the top. Custom sizes are also available, and up to five-color printing and PMS color matching are optional.
Samples and pricing for Jannel Packaging’s bilingual packing list envelopes are available upon request.
For more information, call (800) 666-8680 or visit www.jannel.com.