The Mai-Wel Enterprises team can assemble small to medium sized items for packing and distribution in any quantity. Past jobs have included assembly of reflectaline (used for roadworks), cardboard dividers and boxes for shipping bottles.
We regularly undertake small and large mail merges and mail outs for corporate clients and can even pre-sort your letters to save your business time and money. We offer competitive postage rates when you send more than 300 machine addressed items. We also apply bar codes and sort letters into labelled trays for you before lodging.
Mai-Wel Enterprises has arranged print post for publications such as magazines and catalogues and can send unaddressed advertising mail outs nationwide or to specifically targeted suburbs or postcodes. For some customers, we have posted up to 60,000 publications per year!
Showbags/Pick & Pack
Whether you’re organising end of year gifts for your staff or require bulk packing and distribution for your business operation, Mai-Wel Enterprises will take care if it for you!
Over the years, the Mai-Wel Enterprises team have packed thousands of show bags and promotional packs for various events and clients. Past jobs have included packs for Pacific Smiles, McDonald Jones Homes, TAFE and the Men’s Shed.
If you’d like your business to sit a cut above the rest, Mai-Wel Enterprises provides a hamper packing service. It’s simple – you provide the goods, we pack them. These become fantastic gifts for staff or clients. We can also package your products into labelled kits and can design and print your labels in-house. The package-deal!
What our customers have to say
“We had the great pleasure of working with Mai-Wel recently on a custom label and paper wrap concept for a new wine product. Our experience working with the Mai-Wel team was great, not only did they do a fantastic job, but their happy, can-do attitude and enthusiasm made the whole project a great success. I enjoyed spending time working with the team and felt proud that we were able to use such a positive community organisation to help us realise our goals. We definitely look forward to working with the Mai-Wel crew again soon.”