Need Paper Bags Melbourne? QIS is the Answer

Why are paper bags an environmentally conscious option? A percentage of the bag is made from recycled material, and the actual bag itself is recyclable. A popular alternative to plastic carry bags due to their degradable properties and stylish/rustic appearance.

Made from heavy duty Kraft paper, these paper carry bags are very strong and their side gussets provide extra carrying capacity. ‘Boutique’ or landscape sizes indicate that the bag is wider than it is tall.

Need a variety of bags and sizes? We also sell a range of bags without handles that we can deliver direct to your Melbourne address. The Brown Kraft Paper grocery bags are perfect for small stores/markets or industrial clothing stores. Or if you a bag that’s more in line with your brand, we have a whole range of coloured paper gift bags without handles. The colours are vibrant and enhance your Melbourne customers purchase experience of your products!



What is the delivery time down to Melbourne if I order?

Delivery time depending on your postcode. If you click here there is a freight table, and it will show you estimated delivery time and cost. IF you still need further clarification, don't hesitate to call us on 1800 555 343.

How environmentally friendly are these paper bags?

Brown paper bags: Are made from 15-20% recycled materiel (this varies due to the process of how bags are made).
White & Coloured paper bags: Aren't able to be made from recycled materials as it would make them too weak, as the colouring process they go through also hinders use of recycled materials.

The GOOD NEWS: As these are paper bags after they're used they're obviously recycled, so are still very friendly for the environment compared to other bag alternatives.

How are paper bags made?

A paper bags or sack is really a preformed container made of paper with an opening at one end, usually used for packaging or carrying items. If logs are the starting material, they are debarked and sent to dry in a mill for three plus years.

After they are dried, they are exposed to chemicals, heat, and pressure to make oatmeal like pulp. If the manufacturers are using recycled paper, the recycled paper is made into pulp first, because it doesn’t need to dry first. After the pulp is made, it is formed, cut, glued, packaged, and then sent to the receiver. If desired, a paper bag can be made at home from the same process with newspaper or any recycled paper.

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