Dartford A4 Ringbinder
Product Code: 184062
Product Colours Available
Minimum Order Quantity
£35.00 per colour/full colour design per position,
£55.00 per blind embossing per position
7 working days from proof approval (spot colours),
10 working days from proof approval (embossed, foil blocked, full colour)
About this Product
These corporate folders are perfect for taking to conferences, meetings and so much more. Our promotional Dartford A4 Ringbinder is a zipped budget-friendly leather-look folder which is made from lightly grained REACH compliant PVC.
Each of these corporate presentation folders is complete with a USB holder, four ring binders & a 20-page recycled paper notepad - everything you could wish for in a conference folder. Customised with your company design either printed or embossed to the front to promote your business as a professional brand wherever they are used. Combining both style and low cost, these printed folders are a smart investment for your brand.
The pen & USB flashdrive are for illustrative purposes only and is not supplied with the folder.
Please note: full Colour branding is available via UV Printing. This method is unsuitable for metallic colours e.g. Gold/Silver. Personalisation can be achieved on larger print areas with this method but is subject to sight of artwork and will be charged at a higher print price.
1 Colour is UV printed and cannot be Pantone matched.
Prices include a colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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