Chair? Art? or Both? Crated, Packed and Shipped.

A few years ago we were asked to pack and crate a rather unusual piece of art in the form of a large wooden bench………  Functional furniture or art?   Probably both.  First we bubble wrapped all exposed areas.   We also wrapped the entire item in stretch wrap.  Next …

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The Mail Center acquires Ricoh Digital Printing Press.

The Mail Center has acquired the latest digital technology in the form of a New digital printing press from Ricoh.  This new press will allow The Mail Center to provide better service in the form of quicker turnaround times and more intricate printing jobs.  New services will include on demand …

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Having fun with the Bar-Kays!


  A few weeks ago we were privileged to create some cool graphics and subsequently some nice roll up banners for the Bar-Kays 50th anniversary show on December 4th at the Canon Center.   Congratulations to the Bar-Kays for 50 years of bringing the funk!  Check out the pictures below …

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How to Pack and Crate Two Small Chests.

These two chests were crated and packed on the same order as the serving tables.  They were both placed in the same crate.  The crate is foam lined and has soft foam surrounds around the edges and corners.  Note the sheet foam on the sides, bubble wrap around the pieces …

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How to Pack and Crate Two Serving Tables.

One of our customers that sells fine English Antiques called us and said she had two serving tables that need to be shipped to the east coast.  We picked them up, crated, packed, and shipped them.  Check out this sequence of pictures to see how they were packed together in …

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Crating, Packing and Shipping a Flying Goose!

Goose in Crate

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Several months ago a customer of the Mail Center asked me if we could ship some taxidermy for him.   Now normally that usually means something small like a deer head or some antlers, or even a squirrel or fish.  So when he said he had a goose, naturally I …

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