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The Direct Mail Company

Cambridge office: 08456 349 522
Milton Keynes office: 08456 431 595


A UK based Direct Mail companyUnited Kingdom

<< Data

The data aspect of any campaign is vital, we help you ensure it remains fresh, cleansed, updated not only to reduce wastage but to improve postage discounts.
<< Personalisation

Whether it's a postcard, one piece mailer, letter, cd, or a magazine that needs personalising we have the equipment to apply further information as well as the standard items.
<< Envelope Inserting

We can insert anything from a business card to an A4 newsletter and even odd requirements such as pens and mouse mats are easily dealt with.
<< Polywrapping

We run a selection of poly-processors, handling packs from DL up to oversized A3. We can use plain or registered printed polythene, all of which is degradable to lessen the impact on the environment.
<< Fulfilment

We offer a bespoke solution allowing for storage of products, leaflets etc which can be collated and packed for despatch. We can even provide order management, telephone responses, and payments.
<< Postage Discounts

First Mailing offer exclusive discounted rates on UK Postage up to 35% and up to 22% on International Postage. As Postal Operators we provide ongoing reductions for bulk direct mail.
<< Other Services

We can provide the production of media formats to suit your campaigns needs, e.g. DVD or USB. We also reproduce files and print the products in full colour, providing a quality finished product packed to suit.

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