Anybody who needs to mail out anything on a regular basis needs a paper folding machine or some kind of paper folding equipment. This includes financial institutions, banks, brokers, real estate agents, tax preparers, accountants, insurance companies, print shops, and investment firms. It’s for anyone who needs to mail out invoices, statements, service and product brochures, correspondences or pamphlets. Some of these machines and can fold and stuff envelopes at a rate of 1000 sheets per hour, including stuffing along coupons and return envelopes. This can save you and your company a lot of time and money. Few people really have the time to stuff hundreds or thousands of valuable and important documents into envelopes. This can quickly become a time consuming chore and is also tiresome if there are over a hundred to do.
Distributors of Paper Folding Machines
Before heading out to go purchase a paper folding machine or some other paper folding equipment, go online and see what’s available. There’s no point in wasting your time by going all the way to an office supply store only to find out that they do not have the kind of equipment you are looking for. It would be best if you took the time to jot down exactly what you need done and go to your favorite search engine.
You can go to popular websites that carry office supplies and equipment like Office Max, Office Zone or Staples, although it would probably be easier to just put the phrase ‘paper folding machine’ in your search engine and see what pops up. Look at all the different styles and models they carry and the functions they can perform. There’s no need to purchase a paper folding machine that can perform functions you do not need or will hardly ever use. It does not make sense (or cents!) to spend money on more office supply equipment than you actually need, especially if you are a relatively new company running on a shoestring budget.
Personally, I prefer Office Zone. They have a large selection of paper folding equipment to choose from, including self-sealing envelopes and other paper goods that you may need. The website is easy to read and understand, which makes it simple to browse through and make a purchase. Shipping and delivery is relatively quick, and there is also an overnight delivery option if needed. They can answer any question you might have by calling their 1-800 phone number. So far Office Zone seems to be one of the best suppliers when it comes to selling office equipment through the Internet.
The two brands most people seem to prefer are either from the manufacturers of ‘Martin Yale’ or ‘Premier’. But it’s probably better to make up your own mind and do your own research. Read testimonies and reviews from other customers and see what they have to say. You would be surprised how much help reading these can be — a lot of people don’t take the time to do so, but this can be a good way of avoiding the dreaded “buyer’s remorse”. Just to get an idea at what kind of price you may be looking at to get a decent paper folding machine, they can range anywhere from $1000 to about $50,000 – that’s right, fifty thousand dollars! There are some that go lower than $1000, and although they may be good machines, they may not have everything you need, so make sure you look at all of the specifications as well as customer reviews if these are available.
This article on paper folding machines was supplied by the freelance writer Blizzerand.