Corporate Folder - Plastic

A functional branding collateral to add to your corporate identity strategy. Quality corporate folder made from plastic (polypropylene) a material more durable than other plastics or paper folders. Get your plastic corporate today at an affordable...
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A functional branding collateral to add to your corporate identity strategy. Quality corporate folder made from plastic (polypropylene) a material more durable than other plastics or paper folders. Get your plastic corporate today at an affordable rate

 

Corporate Folder - Plastic (Polypropylene)

  • Made from Polypropylene (More durable than other plastics)
  • Edges sealed by ultrasonic pressing method
  • Standard Size: (W)220 x (H)309 mm

 

Production Lead Time

7 - 10 Working Days

 

Other Customisation

Looking for other customisation? Reach out to us via the custom quotation page and submit your artwork for a special pricing quotation

General Rule - Artwork Preparation

  Set size format of the file according to the dimension you required (Take note of the maximum size allowed per printing job)

   Set bleed & safety margins each at 3mm

   Use CYMK colour mode, set artwork to 300DPI & always use high resolution images 

   Ideally save your files as PDF-X1a if possible however we do accept .ai (Illustrator) / .psd (photoshop) / .ind (indesign) files

   Always remember to outline your fonts & embed your images (For files type apart from PDF)

 

Special Finishing - Spot UV / Hot stamp etc

For artwork utilising special finishing options such as spot uv or hotstamping will require extra preparation on the artwork so that we will know which are the areas that need to be specially finished

For Spot UV artwork, ensure that there is two files. First file #1 consist of the full actual artwork and another file #2 consist only of the area to be spot UV highlighted in red. Ensure that the area to be spot UV are perfectly aligned in both files to ensure the best result

For Hot Stamp artwork, ensure that there is two files. First file #1 consist of the full actual artwork and another file #2 consist only of the area to be hot stamped highlighted in Black. Ensure that the area to be hot stamped are perfectly aligned in both files to ensure the best result