Ordering Shipping and Packaging Supplies

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The information highway is responsible for a vast majority of communications and sales throughout the world. In the United States, online sales are estimated to account for roughly 60% of all retail sales and will equate to approximately $370 billion. These figures do not include web-influenced sales such as research, browsing, and mapping retail products and stores.

This figure also does not include retail sales of items not purchases or rarely purchased on line such as gasoline or restaurant meals. Retail manufacturers will be more successful in online shopping with products that do not have a need to be touched or seen first hand.

Spiral Paper Tube & Core has been making paper packaging supplies and shipping supplies for over 65 years. Many long-term customers return to this favored manufacturer because of its friendly customer service and quick turn around time.

Customers can rely on friendly representatives to provide them with excellent customer service, quotes, shipping information, and more. Shipping is available in all fifty states, and local deliveries are never a hassle. Customers have a number of convenient options to place their orders: submitting the contact form, emailing a Purchase Order to your Sales Representative, or, sending a fax…for the few that still prefer this method.

Clients wishing to order 3″ ID x .125″ thick Tape Cores and Label Cores may order online – pricing and shipping estimates are conveniently provided during checkout. Orders received by 11:00 AM Pacific ship that same day! 

After an order is received, an order confirmation is sent to the buyer, with the date the order will be ready. It only takes days to make most orders. Most items only take about five to seven business days.

Some custom, specialty items, such as fiber cans and telescope tubes, may take up to three weeks to manufacture – art files need to be provided, labels need to be printed, canisters need to be wrapped, and the tops and bottoms need to be inserted and secured.


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